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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: scan documents and e-mail
was there a utility or a cd that came with the printer, and is there a scan button on the printer? That might be easier to do if you have Canon's software, however, if you dont, or dont want to look for it (haha, i wouldnt), you can go to this website and follow its instructions on how to scan a document using windows. The instructions are very clear (they are on the microsoft website) and are made so that anybody can understand them. If you have any problems, feel free to contact me. Or, just post another thing on here.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Has your MFP been setup to scan to email?
It will require a valid email address and the server settings entered into the Network configuration.
DL the manual:
Once configured it is a simple matter of entering the email address and pushing "scan".
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Try increasing the "max email size" -or turning it off all together.
I'm going by my own memory, so, you may have to do some browsing of settings, but I believe the setting is under: "User tools", "Scanner features", "send settings", (or some similar button under scanner features). There you should see a setting for Max. email size (or similar). The default is 2048kb.....try increasing it to whatever you want- maybe 4000-5000kb, and check the results.
Usually the machine will stop scanning when it reaches the max size, so I'm not sure if this is the problem, or if we are talking about very large files that actually exceed your emails capacity to allow an email of this size? How large are these files once scanned that you are talking about? What is your scanner's resolution set at? 200dpi is more than sufficient for text. You can check that at the same location as above only select "scan settings", "default settings". If resolution is set to 400 or 600 dpi the files will become MUCH larger than they need to be.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Your MODEL, CANNON Link for instructions(Guides):
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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(1) Make sure
that the power is turned on.
(2) Press the SCAN button.
If you specified the same computer to
save scanned data last time, go to (5).
(3) Use the or
button (Scroll Wheel) to select PC , and press the OK button.
The computer selection screen will
Besides saving scanned data on the
computer, you can save them on a memory card or USB flash drive, or attach them
to E-mail on the computer.
(4) Select the
computer to save or forward scanned data, and press the OK
(5) Select the
document type, and press the OK button.
Hope can help you.regards
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