Instead of people just posting links to websites and instruction manuals or general drivers, it it more helpful to answer the question. The resolution to the issue of not being able to scan A4 directly from the RX520 is that you can't do it from the printers control panel. You need the software, Epson Scan. The one I needed for my mac is here.. http://esupport.epson-europe.com/FileDetails.aspx?lng=en-GB&data=vRaxNXeC8zjpwXneB3wC0JM+3mL8GgugSyPaKr4sHqEU003D&id=325981 For other machines/OS versions you may need to navigate around this part of Epson's site. You can also use their free chat facility to speak with an agent. It's very good
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The printer can be used for scanning without a computer in sense of the scanner offering a copying facility - in B+W or Colour just by pressing the appropriate button on the printer. However, for scanning via the computer, if you are using a Photo programme (like say Adobe Photoshop or virtually all such programmes) normally you will find under the FILE menu (when programme is open) that you should see a menu item on the drop down menu when you click on FILE something like IMPORT - and the Epson printer will be seen listed in the menu that pops up. If you click on that, the Epson scanner programme will start. Normally there is a simple mode but you can change that to the PRO (or may be called Advanced mode) when you can do things like PREVIEW - which will then scan the document or photo in the scanner - and you can in the PRO mode change such as the resolution, what type of documents and so forth. When the Preview runs, you will see the document appear after the quick scan in the main RH panel. You can use a select tool to select the bit you want to scan if not the whole - most into on this will be in their manual - which you should have on the CD that came with the printer. Anyway - always worth ensuring you have the latest drivers, etc. so go to this link on the Epson website, click on Scanner Driver and Scanner Utility and download and install. Whilst on the Epson website, download the manual for that model as it will answer many queries for you as regards printing and scanning. All such info and software for downloading is under SUPPORT area - you select the region in the World where you live, then search for your printer model. The Epson website will normally auto-detect your computer's operating system to ensure you get the right version of Printer Drivers, other software and so forth. If you have no Photo Programme as yet - get Faststone Image Viewer (free) as an excellent programme. http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDownload.htm
try to download epson scan from the website www.epson.com and then look for the updated version of epson scan. read the details and add ons that will greatly help you with your desired scanning operation
Check nozzle. Do head cleaning procedure from epson status monitor. wait for 15 minutes. Check nozzle again. Compare results from first and second nozzle check. Print out will perfect if the result of nozzle check as good as display pattern in nozzle check dialog box.
Hi, scan at around 350dpi, save the image file as a jped and then import it into word or other program that will accept jpegs and you can make the image as big as you want up to A4 or letter size (depending on the paper size you use