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The first thing that you must do is make sure that the device is already installed to your computer. Insert the document to be scanned on the scanner. Double click the icon of your scanner and on the option menu click scan. After the scanning process, open the My Picture folder of your computer and locate the image file.
Open your control penal and select the scanner and camera the new window is come put the your document in your scanner and select the next first option is file name and second where u want to save select the destination and click next your scanner scan your document wait second of earth and finish
the drivers for the scanner might have been corrupted you might have to uninstall the printer/scanner restart your computer then reinstall the printer/scanner and its drivers click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to ports(COM&LPT) + to expand you should see a communication port and Ecp printer port you might see a yellow?question mark this will mean you need to install a new driver for this device right click you will have options to update driver,disable,uninstall or select properties again you will have the similiar options plus you can troubleshoot lift the lid on your scanner lay the photo face down then select scan document/photo it will ask what format you want to scan it then it will ask where you want to save it browse select the file/folder where you want to save it (my pictures) most common hope this helps don
turn on your scanner click start all programs look for your scanner open it up lift the lid on your scanner lay the photo face down then select scan document/photo it will ask what format you want to scan it then it will ask where you want to save it and what format browse select the file/folder where you want to save it (my pictures) most common hope this helps don
2. Place the document to be scanned in the scanner face down and close the lid.
3. Start the word processor.
4. In the File menu you will find an option to either scann a document or Import from scanner. Use this and start the Scan Document.
5. First you will get a rough scanned image. Set it right for everything to be scanned by using a dotted rectangle on the scanned image. Once that is done, then use the SCAN option and you will get the final scanned image.
click on the file and select the option scanner and camera wizard . after that you will get a option to scac, click on it and put the document on the scanner tray which you want to scan, once when scan get complete, click on file and save as option to save the scan document.
The scan button is setup to push the scan to an application, if you uninstalled the HP scanning software, it isn't going to go anywhere. If you didn't, it will put it into your documents folder under "My Pictures" in an HP created folder.
That said, you can also go into any application, like Word. then click "Insert > Picture > From Scanner or Camera" and carry the image in directly.
You need to open Dell All in one centre there you will find an option to scan the document. The other way is to open the control panel and then look forward to an option which says scanners and printers. and once you click on your scanner it will give you the option to scan document or picture select accordingly and get the image scanned to your system
there are different type of scannig programs. I am not that particular with your epson scanner. You can try scanning the document and if you want to archive it you can try choosig the option of file type as compressed tif. If you do not have this option there would be times that scanning software will have the preview of the document you have scanned and will asked you if you want to reduce or enlarge size. If resizing option is not available in your scanner software you can try saving it first in your computer. After saving the document try to open microsoft word and create a new file. Then look for the document you have scanned and copy that document. Once you have copied it go back to microsoft word and paste the documet. you could now resize the document manually. but for further clarification you can try calling your scanner provider. they might have some programs for it and will give it to you
When the scan button is pressed on the product, nothing happens. The scan button does not work correctly.
Choose one of the following options to scan without using the scan button.
Option one: Scan using Windows Fax and Scan
Click the Windows icon ( ), click Programs , and then click Windows Fax and Scan .
The Windows Fax and Scan option is available in the Business, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions of Windows Vista. If you have the Home Basic or Home Premium edition of Windows Vista, skip to Option two: Scan using Paint .
Click New scan .
Click File , and then click Scan .
Option two: Scan using Paint
Click the Windows icon ( ), click Programs , and then click Accessories .
Click Paint .
Click File , and then click From Scanner or Camera .
Click Scan .
The drivers in the Windows Vista operating system do not support button press functionality on the product.