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Microtek ScanMaker 6000 Quick Start

Microtek scanmaker 6000: quick start.
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Scanning Basics
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Installing your Microtek ScanMaker 6000
1. Place the scan material
A. To scan photos, place the photo to be
scanned on the scanner bed. The top end of
the original should be positioned towards
the front of the scanner, with the surface to
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be scanned facing down.
NOTE: For the automatic cropping feature to
work correctly during the preview scan of your
photo, make sure the scanner lid is completely
flat and closed over the scan bed.
A. Remove the yellow "Step 3" sticker from your scanner.
B. With the scanner power off, turn the scanner on its side to see the
locking screw at the bottom.
3. Select preferences
C. Using a coin, turn the locking screw clockwise until the arrow mark
Use the following buttons to change the settings according to your
points to the position as indicated in the graphic above, with the icon on
the lock showing as "unlocked" .
Original – Defines the category of the media (scan material).
NOTE: To lock the scanner (for shipping and other reasons), turn the locking screw
counterclockwise until the arrow mark points to the "Locked" position. Do not turn the
B. To scan film, use the LightLid 35. See
Scan Type – Selects the output image type (color, gray, or B&W).
scanner upside down and attempt to lock the scanner this way.
"Using the LightLid 35" (back section) for
ScanMaker 6000 scanner
Power adapter
Purpose – Sets the image resolution to match your target application.
more details.
NOTE: Click the Scale Output, Adjust, and Reset buttons if you need to make
further adjustments.
For details on how to use the Advanced Control Panel, refer to the
ScanMaker 6000 Supplement PDF document in the Microtek CD-ROM.
Software CD
Connect Scanner
LightLid 35
Hi-Speed USB cable
Install Software
Mac OS X
Windows XP
4. Scan your material
A. Click the Scan to button from the ScanWizard 5 Control Panel.
Do not remove
the yellow stickers from your
2. Launch ScanWizard 5
B. When the Save As dialog box appears, specify the folder location, a file
To the power adapter
scanner until you are told to
name, and the format for the output image, then click Save. The image is
do so. You must install
To launch ScanWizard 5 as a stand-alone program, double-click the
A. Remove the yellow "Step 4" sticker from your scanner.
scanned and saved to the specified location.
software before connecting
ScanWizard 5 icon on your desktop. The Standard Control Panel will
your scanner.
B. Connect the power adapter to the back of the scanner.
Send image to application after saving:
appear, and the scanner will automatically perform a "fast preview" of your
If this option is checked, the scanned image is saved first, then automatically
image, based on settings specified under the Original, Scan Type, and
C. Plug the power adapter into a power source.
delivered to an image-editing software, an e-mail editor, or a web browser as
Always close any open
Purpose categories (buttons).
programs and turn off
indicated in the destination box.
Anti-virus utilities before
installing software.
Scanner Buttons
A. Place the Microtek CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
The ScanMaker 6000 is equipped with seven scanner buttons, providing quick access to
the most frequently used functions. These buttons are Cancel/Setup, Scan, Copy,
B. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver and software.
E-mail, OCR, Scan-to-Web, and Custom.
NOTE: If the Microtek Software Installer screen does not come up automatically,
double-click the following in succession: "My Computer"; the CD-ROM icon; then
Cancel/Setup: Cancels the scanning job when the scanner is scanning. Launches the
cdsetup.exe to start the installer program.
Microtek Scanner Configuration (MSC) utility when the scanner is not scanning.
Scan: Captures images that can be saved as files or sent to an image-editing application.
To the Hi-Speed USB cable
A. Place the Microtek CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Install the Adobe
Copy: Scans the image and sends it to your printer.
D. Connect one end of the cable to your computer.
software first, and then install the rest of the software components.
E-mail: Scans the image and delivers it directly to your e-mail editor.
E. Connect the other end of the cable to the scanner.
B. Restart your computer.
OCR: Scans a text document, converts, and saves it in text file format. Files may be
F .
Press the power button at the front panel of
NOTE: After rebooting your Macintosh, the Microtek software will attempt to
immediately edited if configured in the MSC utility.
your scanner, and wait for the light to stop
locate your scanner on the system. Since this is your first install and you have
blinking and stay on steady.
Scan-to-Web: Scans an image and sends the output to a website. Your default browser will
not yet connected the scanner, simply ignore the message that appears and
proceed to the next step.
open and display the captured image.
The system will detect your scanner
Custom: Customizes this button to perform your preferred function, such as Power Saving,
Scan, Fax, or Launch Application.
Power button
NOTE: If your computer has both Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) and USB 1.1 ports, connect
the cable to the Hi-Speed USB port. Use the USB 1.1 port only if your computer does
not have Hi-Speed USB.

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   Summary of Contents for Microtek ScanMaker 6000

  • Page 1: Connect Scanner, Install Software, Scanner Buttons

    Original, Scan Type, and Purpose categories (buttons). Scanner Buttons The ScanMaker 6000 is equipped with seven scanner buttons, providing quick access to the most frequently used functions. These buttons are Cancel/Setup, Scan, Copy, E-mail, OCR, Scan-to-Web, and Custom.

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    For more details on the use of the LightLid 35 as well as information on how instructions in this guide or the ScanMaker 6000 Supplement PDF document to scan film, refer to the ScanMaker 6000 Supplement PDF document in the in the Microtek CD-ROM.

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