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Printing, Copying, Scanning, & Wi-Fi in Addlestone: Scanning


Use these instructions to make digital copies that can be saved on a USB drive, sent to an email address, or downloaded to the cloud.

Physical copies can be made with the copier.

1. Scan your document(s).

  • Place your document(s) on the glass or in the automatic document feeder (ADF).
    • The ADF is helpful if you are scanning more than one page.
  • Tap the SCAN button, then the Continue to KIC button on the monitor.
    • Inside the Scan button:
      • Select BookEdge Scanner, if scanning from the glass.
      • Select ADF Scanner, if scanning from the ADF.
    • Tap the Scan Settings... button to adjust brightness, contrast, resolution, color mode, etc.
      • Tap the Close button when finished.
  • Tap the Scan button, then the Accept button to accept the copyright notice to begin scanning.
    • Tap the Scan button each time you want the scanner to create another image or page.
  • Tap the Compose Content... button to delete, rotate, crop/clip, further adjust the brightness, contrast, color mode, etc., and add additional annotations, drawings, or effects to the image(s).
    • When finished, tap the Finishing Composing button.

2. Save or send your document(s).

  • Tap the Send PDF file(s) via E-mail or Insert USB Drive button to send a Quick PDF via email.
    • If you do not want to send a Quick PDF via email, select More Options to change:
      • File Format (Searchable PDF, Quick PDF, JPEG, PNG, Rich Text/Doc, or Audio File/MP3).
      • Save or Send (USB, Email, Cloud Storage, or QR Code).
      • Save/Send Options (File Name).
  • Enter the email address to which you want to send the image(s), and tap the Send button.
  • Tap the End Session (Delete Images) button to delete all images, and don't forget your document(s)!