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Adjusting the Color and Other Image Settings. This software lets you control all aspects of scanning. You can use EPSON Scan as a standalone scanning program or use it with another TWAIN-compliant scanning program. With Mac OS X, do not use the Fast User Switching function while using your scanner. Load your document into the input slot. See Loading a Document for instructions. Do one of the following to open EPSON Scan:.
Select the size of your document as the Size setting. Select an Orientation setting. Select a Resolution setting. Image Option Setting. Click Preview to preview your image. The scanner loads your document, and EPSON Scan prescans it and displays it in the Preview window. The scanner then ejects your document. If you selected one of these settings, skip to step If necessary, you can draw a marquee a line marking the scan area around the portion of your document page that you want to scan.
See Creating a Marquee on a Preview Image for instructions. Adjust settings in the Image Adjustments section of the window as necessary. See Adjusting the Color and Other Image Settings for more information. After checking the preview, reload your document into the scanner. Click Scan. Adjust settings in the File Save Settings window as necessary see Selecting File Save Settings for more informationthen click OK.
If the Show this dialog box before next scan check box is unchecked, EPSON Scan starts scanning immediately without displaying the File Save Settings window. When you see the File Save Settings window, you can select the location, name, and format of the scanned image file.
Specify the file folder in which you want to save your scanned image. Click the Documents or Pictures radio button, or the My Documents or My Pictures radio button. If you want to select another folder, click the Other radio button, then click Browse Windows or Choose Mac OS X and select the folder. If you want to save your image on the desktop, simply click the Other radio button. The image's file name, based on current naming rule settings, is shown in the File Name field.
To change the naming rules, click Edit. In the File Name Setting window, specify a file name prefix with an alphanumeric character string. Then specify the Number of Characters and Start Number. If you are scanning multiple images at once, each image will receive a different number. For more details on file name settings, click Help. The following characters cannot be used in the prefix.
Select a Type setting to choose your file format see the table below for more information. Depending on the format, the Options button may be available for making detailed settings. Format File Extension. A standard image file format for Windows. Most Windows programs, including word processing programs, can read images in this format.
A compressed file format in which the Compression Level can be selected. The JPEG format lets you highly compress image data. However, the higher the compression, the lower the image quality. Any lost image quality data cannot be restored, and the quality deteriorates each time the data is saved. The TIFF format is recommended when modification and retouching are required. A TIFF format where multiple pages are saved to the same file.
You can also edit the scanned images before saving them. See Epson Scan Help for details. To open Multi-TIFF files, you need a program that supports this format. A document format that can be read on both Windows and Mac OS X systems platform independent. To use PDF documents in Windows, you need Adobe Reader or Acrobat. Multi-page documents can be saved as one PDF file. When you save color or grayscale images in PDF, you can select a Compression Level.
A standard image file format for Mac OS X. Most Mac OS X programs, including word processing programs, can read images in this format. A file format created for exchanging data between many programs, such as graphic and DTP software. The check boxes at the bottom of the window give you these options.
Overwrite any files with the same name Select this option if you want to reuse the selected file name and location and overwrite previous files with the same names. Show this dialog box before next scan Select this option if you want the File Save Settings window to appear automatically before you scan. Open image folder after scanning Select this option if you want Windows Explorer or the Mac OS X Finder to automatically open the folder where your scanned image file is saved when EPSON Scan finishes scanning.
Show Add Page dialog after scanning Select this option if you want the Add Page Confirmation window to appear automatically after each scan in PDF or multi-Tiff. The Add Page Confirmation window includes the Add pageEdit pageand Save File buttons. Click OK. Once you have selected your basic settings and resolution, you can preview your image and select or adjust the scan area. Click Preview.
EPSON Scan prescans your image and displays it in the Preview window. Select the scan area. A marquee is a moving dotted line that appears on the edges of your preview image to indicate the scan area. Once you set the scan area using the marquee, it applies to all pages. You can move the marquee and adjust its size. You can create only one marquee. To draw a marquee, move your cursor over a preview image. The pointer becomes a set of cross-hairs. Position the pointer in the area where you want to place the corner of your marquee and click.
Hold down the mouse button and drag the cross-hairs over the image to the opposite corner of the desired scan area. Then release the mouse button. You see the moving dotted line of the marquee. Do one of the following to adjust the marquee.
To move the marquee, position your cursor inside the marquee. The pointer becomes a hand. Click and drag the marquee to desired location. To resize the marquee, position your cursor over the edge or corner of the marquee. The pointer becomes a straight or angled double-arrow. Click and drag the edge or corner to the desired size.
To restrict the movement of the marquee to vertical or horizontal only, hold down the Shift key on your keyboard as you move the marquee. To restrict the size of the marquee to the current proportions, hold down the Shift key on your keyboard as you resize the marquee. For best results and image exposure, make sure all four sides of the marquee are located inside the preview image. Do not include any of the area around the preview image in the marquee.
EPSON Scan offers a variety of settings for improving color, sharpness, contrast, and other aspects affecting image quality. The table below describes the settings available. For details on adjusting these settings, click Help. Adjusts the overall image lightness and darkness. Adjusts the difference between the light and dark areas of the overall image. Turn on to make the edges of image areas clearer for an overall sharper image. Turn off to leave softer edges. This setting is available only when the Image Type is set to Auto, Color, or Grayscale.
Also improves results when scanning magazine or newspaper images which include screening in their original print processes. The results of descreening do not appear in the preview, only in your scanned image. Adjusts the level at which the black areas in text and line art are delineated, improving text recognition in OCR programs.