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DOCUMENT SCANNER
INSTRUCTIONS
Scanning Utility 5000
INSTRUCTIONS
ENGLISH
Be sure to thoroughly read this Instructions before using this unit,
and store this manual in a safe place after use.

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  • Page 1 DOCUMENT SCANNER INSTRUCTIONS Scanning Utility 5000 INSTRUCTIONS ENGLISH Be sure to thoroughly read this Instructions before using this unit, and store this manual in a safe place after use.
  • Page 2: Trademarks And Registered Trademarks

    The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. e Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented in this manual. However, Canon Electronics Inc. and the subsidiaries on the back cover assume no responsibility for any errors or their consequences.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Instructions. This manual describes how to operate the scanner application “Scanning Utility 5000” provided with the DR-5020/5080C. Be sure to read this manual and the separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions before use to ensure that the functions of the DR-5020/5080C are effectively utilized. Scanner drivers such as an ISIS or TWAIN driver are not required as the scanner application packaged with the DR- 5020/5080C uses an exclusive scanner driver.
  • Page 4: Conventions

    Tips about operations and how to avoid minor difficulties. HINT This Unit This manual refers to the DR-5020 and DR-5080C collectively as the “scanner.” If a description is required for each individual machine type, this manual refers to the scanner specifically by DR-5020 and DR-5080C.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ..................1 CONVENTIONS ...................2 Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 1.1 System Requirements ...............6 1.2 Installing Scanning Utility 5000 ............7 Before You Begin ..................7 Installing Scanning Utility 5000 ..............8 Uninstalling Scanning Utility 5000 ............. 11 1.3 Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations ........
  • Page 6 Scanning in the Semi-Auto mode ............37 Scanning in the Auto mode ..............40 Scanning in the Manual mode .............. 43 Duplex Scanning ..................46 Directly Printing Scanned Images............. 47 Using Function Sheets ................48 Scanner Control Sheet ................49 Job Separation Sheet ................
  • Page 7: Installation And Basic Operation Of Scanning Utility 5000

    Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 This chapter describes how to install Scanning Utility 5000, and the basic operation of Scanning Utility 5000. 1.1 System Requirements ......6 1.2 Installing Scanning Utility 5000 ...7 1.3 Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations ..........
  • Page 8: System Requirements

    Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 System Requirements You must have the following hardware and OS for Scanning Utility 5000 to work correctly. An IBM PC/AT or compatible computer with a Pentium 133 MHz CPU or higher and at least 64 MB of memory •...
  • Page 9: Installing Scanning Utility 5000

    ® Windows NT 4.0 Workstation/Windows 2000 Professional. Connection with your computer For details on how to connect the scanner, refer to the separate DR-5020/ 5080C Instructions. Setup CD-ROM The setup CD-ROM comprises the following layers. Before you install Scanning Utility 5000, be sure to read “Readme.txt”.
  • Page 10: Installing Scanning Utility 5000

    Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 Installing Scanning Utility 5000 The following describes the procedure for installing Scanning Utility 5000 on the computer. Turn the scanner ON. Turn the computer ON. Windows starts up. Insert the setup disc into the CD-ROM drive. Click [Start] and select Run.
  • Page 11 1.2 Installing Scanning Utility 5000 At Open, type “d:\su5000\setup.exe” and click [OK]. In these instructions, the CD-ROM drive is specified as D. The Choose Setup Language dialog box appears. Select English (United States) and click [OK]. The Welcome dialog box appears.
  • Page 12 Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 Click [Next]. The Choose Destination Location dialog box appears. Check the displayed installation directory, and then click [Next]. To change the installation directory, click [Browse], and then choose the new installation directory. Installation begins.
  • Page 13: Uninstalling Scanning Utility 5000

    1.2 Installing Scanning Utility 5000 Uninstalling Scanning Utility 5000 To uninstall Scanning Utility 5000, open “Add/Remove Programs” in the control panel, select [Scanning Utility 5000] and click [Add/Delete].
  • Page 14: Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations

    Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations This section describes how to start up and exit Scanning Utility 5000, and the Scanning Utility 5000 screens. Startup and Exit Start up or exit Scanning Utility 5000. Startup Click [Start] and choose [Program] - [Scanning Utility 5000].
  • Page 15: Explanation Of The Scanning Utility 5000 Screen

    1.3 Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations Explanation of the Scanning Utility 5000 Screen This section describes the functions of Menu Bar and Tool Bar on the Scanning Utility 5000 screen. Menu Bar Tool Bar The scanned image is displayed here. Status Bar Displays a simple explanation of the operation.
  • Page 16: Menu Bar

    Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 Menu bar File menu Open Opens an image saved to file. Save Page As... Saves the currently displayed page under a different name after one page has been scanned. Print Prints the image.
  • Page 17: View Menu

    1.3 Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations Cancel Scan Cancel scanning. Select scanner... Selects a scanner to be used. Exit Exits Scanning Utility 5000. View menu Toolbar You can switch display of the tool bar ON and OFF. When this item is checked, the tool bar is displayed.
  • Page 18: Tool Bar

    Chapter 1 Installation and Basic Operation of Scanning Utility 5000 Page menu Next page Displays the image on the next page. Prev. page Displays the image on the previous page. Help Menu About Displays the version information and copyright of Scanning Utility 5000. Tool bar Opens a scanned image saved to file.
  • Page 19 1.3 Basic Scanning Utility 5000 Operations Rotates the image left (counterclockwise) by 90°. Rotates the image right (clockwise) by 90°. Displays the image of the previous page. Displays the image of the next page. Sets the scanner. For details on settings, see “2.4 Setting Scan Conditions” (P.60).
  • Page 21: Scanning A Document

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document This chapter describes how to scan a document using Scanning Utility 5000. 2.1 Flowchart of Scanning .......20 2.2 Scanning Procedure ......21 2.3 Various Scanning Modes ....33 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions ....60...
  • Page 22: Flowchart Of Scanning

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Flowchart of Scanning Follow this general procedure to start scanning a document using Scanning Utility 5000. Preparing the scanner and the computer P. 21) Before scanning, turn the scanner and the computer ON, and start up Scanning Utility 5000.
  • Page 23: Scanning Procedure

    2.2 Scanning Procedure Scanning Procedure Preparing the Scanner and the Computer Before scanning, turn the scanner and the computer ON, and start up Scanning Utility 5000. Turn the scanner ON. Turn the computer ON. Windows starts up. Click [Start] and select [Program] - [Scanning Utility 5000]. Scanning Utility 5000 starts up.
  • Page 24: Setting Basic Scan Conditions

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Setting Basic Scan Conditions Set the basic scan conditions in the “Scanner Settings” dialog box. There are five items to set in the basic scan conditions: Mode, Resolution, Page Size, Brightness and Contrast. For details on settings, see “2.4 Setting Scan Conditions”...
  • Page 25: Loading And Scanning A Document

    2.2 Scanning Procedure Loading and Scanning a Document Load a document on the document tray and start scanning. There are two ways of scanning documents: scanning two or more pages, and scanning just one page and then confirming the scanned image. Scanning two or more pages You can scan documents comprising two or more pages in one of four modes: Remote, Auto, Semi-Auto and Manual.
  • Page 26 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document File Type displays the various file formats that you can save scanned images in. The following four file types matched to the mode that you are scanning the HINT document in are displayed: TIFF (*.tif), BMP (*.bmp), JBIG (*.jbg), JPEG (*.jpg) When TIFF is selected, the image spread over several scanned pages (including scanning in the Duplex mode) is saved as a single file.
  • Page 27 2.2 Scanning Procedure Click [Start Scanning]. Scanning starts. If scanning does not start, check to see if all the Feeding Option key lamps on the operation panel on the scanner are OFF (Remote mode). MEMO Scanning is paused when the document tray runs out of pages to scan.
  • Page 28: Scanning Just One Page And Confirming The Scanned Image

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Scanning just one page and confirming the scanned image Before you start scanning a document comprising a number of sheets, you can scan just one page and confirm the scanned image. In this scan mode, the scanned image is not automatically saved.
  • Page 29: Confirming The Scanned Image

    2.2 Scanning Procedure Confirming the Scanned Image Display the scanned image on the screen for confirmation. Confirm the scanned image on screen. You can use the buttons on the tool bar to enlarge or reduce the display of the image, and rotate the scanned image for confirmation. HINT Displays the image so that its width matches the width of the window.
  • Page 30: Saving The Scanned Image

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Saving the Scanned Image About save formats Scanned images can be saved to files in one of the TIFF, BMP, JPEG or JBIG file formats. The available file save format varies according to the Scanning Mode setting during actual scanning.
  • Page 31: Saving Scanned Images To File (Scan Page)

    2.2 Scanning Procedure When TIFF is selected, the image spread over several scanned pages (including duplex scanning) is saved as a single file. MEMO When you select the BMP, JPEG or JBIG format, each of the pages in the document are saved as separate files in the folder specified as the save destination.
  • Page 32: Printing The Scanned Image

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Decide on the name of the file to scan the image under, file type (file format) and where to save the file, and click Save. The scanned image is saved to the file that you specified. Before you decide on the file name and type (file format) and where it is to be saved, thoroughly read “About save formats”...
  • Page 33 2.2 Scanning Procedure Either select [File] - [Print], or click on the tool bar with the scanned image displayed in the Scanning Utility 5000 screen. The Print setting screen is displayed. Set the printing details, and click [OK]. The scanning image is printed. •...
  • Page 34: Opening Image Files

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Opening Image Files Open the file contained a scanned image. Only TIFF, BMP, JPEG, JBIG images saved on the Scanning Utility 5000 can be opened as image files on Scanning Utility 5000. MEMO Select [File] - [Open], or click on the Tool Bar.
  • Page 35: Various Scanning Modes

    Various Scanning Modes You can scan documents in various ways on Scanning Utility 5000. For example, you can change the feed mode for the document is to be fed according to your particular scanning requirements, scan both sides of a document, or scan documents at high speed.
  • Page 36 Two or more pages can be loaded in this mode. • Manual Instruct “Start scanning” in Scanning Utility 5000, and manually insert one page at a time. For details on how to load documents, see “3.2 Document Feeding and Scanning” (P. 38) in the DR-5020/5080C Instructions. MEMO...
  • Page 37: Selecting The Feed Mode

    2.3 Various Scanning Modes The following describes the procedure for selecting the feed mode and the scanning procedure according to each feed mode. Selecting the feed mode Either select [File] - [Scanner setting], or click on the Tool Bar. The Scanner Settings dialog box is displayed. In the Scanner Settings dialog box, click [Detail].
  • Page 38 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document At Feeding Option, select the feed mode. Feeding Option Click [OK] to return to the Scanner Settings dialog box. Click [OK] to return to the scan operation screen. The feed mode can also be set on the operation panel of the scanner. Press the [Feeding Option] key on the operation panel to light the lamp of the desired feeding MEMO mode.
  • Page 39: Scanning In The Semi-Auto Mode

    2.3 Various Scanning Modes Scanning in the Semi-Auto mode Set the feed mode to the Semi-Auto mode and then scan the document. Carry out the operation described in “Selecting the Feed Mode” and select “Semi-Auto”. Semi-Auto on the operation panel lights. Either select [File] - [Scan batch to file], or click on the tool bar.
  • Page 40 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Load the document on the document tray. Click [Start Scanning]. The Start key in the center of the operation panel lights (green). Press the Start key on the scanner’s operation panel. Scanning starts. When the scanner runs out of document sheets to scan, the document tray is lowered, and the scanner waits for the next document to be loaded.
  • Page 41 2.3 Various Scanning Modes Load the next document on the document tray and press the Start key on the scanner’s operation panel. When the scanner runs out of document sheets to scan, press the Stop key. The Start Scanning (paused) dialog box appears. To stop scanning, click [Stop Scanning].
  • Page 42: Scanning In The Auto Mode

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Scanning in the Auto mode Set the feed mode to the Auto mode and then scan the document. Carry out the operation described in “Selecting the Feed Mode” and select “Auto”. Auto on the operation panel lights. Either select [File] - [Scan batch to file], or click on the tool bar.
  • Page 43 2.3 Various Scanning Modes Click [Start Scanning]. The Start key in the center of the operation panel lights (green). When the scanning mode is set to Auto, the sensor located on the document tray shown in the figure below automatically detects the document to start scanning. CAUTION When something covers the sensor on the document tray after you have instructed scanning in the application, the scanner erroneously judges that a document has...
  • Page 44 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Load the document on the document tray. Scanning starts. When the scanner runs out of document sheets to scan, the document tray is lowered, and the scanner waits for the next document to be loaded. Load the next document on the document tray.
  • Page 45: Scanning In The Manual Mode

    2.3 Various Scanning Modes Scanning in the Manual mode Each page of the document is scanned as you manually insert them into the scanner one sheet at a time. Carry out the operation described in “Selecting the Feed Mode” and select “Manual”. Manual on the operation panel lights, and the document tray rises.
  • Page 46 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Click [Start Scanning]. Load one sheet on the document tray. The document is scanned, and the scanner waits for the next document to be inserted. Continue to insert the document, one page at a time. When scanning ends, press [Stop Scanning].
  • Page 47 2.3 Various Scanning Modes To stop scanning, click [Stop Scanning]. To continue scanning, click [Start Scanning], and return to step 5. Even after scanning has ended, the document tray will not be lowered until you cancel the Manual mode. Cancel this mode by pressing the Feeding Option key or MEMO by “Selecting the feed mode”...
  • Page 48: Duplex Scanning

    • You can also perform duplex scanning using Function Sheets (Scanner Control Sheets). If the scanner control sheet is set on the top of the document, both sides of the document are automatically scanned. For more details, see the “Using Function Sheets” (P.48) or refer to the separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions.
  • Page 49: Directly Printing Scanned Images

    2.3 Various Scanning Modes Directly Printing Scanned Images Images of scanned documents can be printed out as they are. In this case, scanned images are not saved to file. The scanned image is automatically printed out on the printer currently selected at Normally Used Printer.
  • Page 50: Using Function Sheets

    Insert this Function Sheet before the next document, and load it together with the document in the scanner. • For more details on the above sheets, see the separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions or the Function Sheet Instructions.
  • Page 51: Scanner Control Sheet

    2.3 Various Scanning Modes The following describes the respective procedures for scanning documents using these Function Sheets. Scanner Control Sheet Before you use a Scanner Control Sheet when scanning a document, select the sheet detect setting. Either select [File] - [Scanner setting], or click on the Tool Bar.
  • Page 52 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document At Control Sheet, select the detection type. Control Sheet • None Scanner Control Sheets are not detected. • Scan, Continue Scanning The scanner Control Sheet is detected and scanned, and then scanning continues. • Skip, Continue Scanning The scanner Control Sheet is detected and skipped (not scanned), and then scanning continues.
  • Page 53: Job Separation Sheet

    2.3 Various Scanning Modes Job Separation Sheet When you use a Job Separation Sheet, scanning is carried out in the same way as regular scanning except that you select the detection setting when you instruct start of scanning. Make the scan settings and scan the document according to the currently selected feed mode.
  • Page 54: High-Speed Scanning

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Click [Start Scanning]. High-speed Scanning Scan documents at high speed. Though the document feed speed is increased, reducing the time it takes to scan a document, image quality is slightly impaired. High-speed scanning can be executed only when the resolution is set to 200 dpi or 300 dpi.
  • Page 55 2.3 Various Scanning Modes In the Scanner Settings dialog box, click [Detail]. Detail The Detail Settings dialog box is displayed. To select high-speed scanning, click the High Speed Scanning check box. High Speed Scanning...
  • Page 56: Verify Scan

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Click [OK] to return to the Scanner Settings dialog box. Click [OK] to return to the scan operation screen. Scan the document according to the currently selected feed mode. Refer to the page indicated for details on each feed mode. Remote mode: “Scanning two or more pages”...
  • Page 57 2.3 Various Scanning Modes In the Scanner Settings dialog box, click [Detail]. Detail The Detail Settings dialog box is displayed. To select verify count scanning, click the Verify Scan check box. Verify Scan Click [OK] to return to the Scanner Settings dialog box. Click [OK] to return to the scan operation screen.
  • Page 58: Entering The Number Of Pages In A Document

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Entering the number of pages in a document If you already know the number of pages in the document Directly enter the number of pages on the counter display. Press the Count Only key on the scanner’s operation panel. Count Only key The Count Only key and Semi-Auto lamp light, and the Start key turns green.
  • Page 59 2.3 Various Scanning Modes When you have set the number of pages in the document, press the Count Only key to cancel the Count Only mode. To reset the counter display, hold down the Stop key for at least two seconds. MEMO If you don’t know the number of pages in the document Use the scanner’s count function to count the number of pages.
  • Page 60: Scanning Documents

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Scanning documents If the number of pages that you entered (or, counted) differs from the actually scanned number of pages, an error message appears on the counter displayed after scanning is finished. Scan the document according to the currently selected feed mode. Refer to the page indicated for details on each feed mode.
  • Page 61 2.3 Various Scanning Modes • If the actual number of scanned pages is less than the number of pages displayed on the counter display: The counter display changes to “U02” to indicate a verify count error. Go back and start counting the number of pages in the document again. A probable cause is that double-feed is occurring.
  • Page 62: Setting Scan Conditions

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Setting Scan Conditions Set the conditions that are applied when the document is scanned. Select the dialog box matched to the function, and make the desired setting. For details on the parameters in each of these dialog boxes, see the reference page indicated for the dialog box.
  • Page 63: Basic Settings

    Mode [Black and White ED] is available for the DR-5020. The available modes are sometimes limited depending on the size of the paper. For details, see “DR-5020/5080C Scan Mode Tables” (P.88) in the DR-5020/5080C Instructions. [Black and White] This setting scans the image completely in black and white with no shade of gray.
  • Page 64 • The contrast setting is disabled when [Mode] is set to [Black and White]. • On DR-5020, the [Contrast] checkbox is gray when [Mode] is set to [Black and MEMO White].
  • Page 65: Detailed Settings

    For details on high speed scanning, see P.52. Detect Page The DR-5020/5080C sets the scanning area according to the Size detected width and length of the document and scans the entire page.
  • Page 66 This setting can also be made on the operation panel of the scanner. For details, see the separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions.
  • Page 67 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions Margin Adjusts the margins (top, bottom, left and right) of the scanning Scanning area. To adjust the margins, click Enable and use the buttons. Specify within the range –10 (reduces scanning area by 10 mm) to +10 (enlarges scanning area by 10 mm). For example, if you want to slightly enlarge the scanning area so that document edges are not clipped, adjust in the + direction.
  • Page 68 Use this when scanning particularly thick or thin pages. This item can be also set on the scanner’s operation panel. For details, refer to the separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions. Backside Set this item to scan the back side of documents.
  • Page 69 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions <Filter settings> Set the image processing filters. Description Item Specify the contrast level within the range 1 to 13 by clicking the buttons. Default is 7. Sets the level for emphasizing the contour of lettering, and Edge Emphasis softening the roughness of images such as photos.
  • Page 70 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document <Buttons> Item Description Enables the settings and closes the dialog box. Cancel Cancels any settings you have changed, and closes the dialog box. Imprinter/ Opens the Imprinter/Addon Settings dialog box (P69). Sets the Addon imprinter function or the addon function. The imprinter function prints specific characters on the scanned document when the optional imprinter unit is installed.
  • Page 71: Imprinter/Addon Settings

    2.4 Setting Scan Conditions Imprinter/Addon Settings When the optional imprinter is installed, any characters and counters can be printed on the scanned document. When the addon function is used, any characters or counters can be added to the scanned image. The character strings to be printed or added by the addon function and their printing conditions are set in the Imprinter/Addon Settings dialog box.
  • Page 72 Counter 1 is set, set the timing in “Counter 1 Setting”.) [Input] [Print/Addon Result] CANON[10001.00001] CANON 10001 00001 <Time> To print (add on) the time that the document was scanned, enter “\TIME”. The time in the 24-hour clock is printed (added on) as eight digits as follows.
  • Page 73 In the example below, the print/addon result is 32 characters even though 25 characters have been entered. [Input] [Print/Addon Result] CANON \YMD \TIME [000001] CANON 2001/03/04 16:28:30 000001 Horizontal Specify the position on the scanned image, distance in mm from...
  • Page 74 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Addon Type Selects how the letters are to be added on the data. [Black on White] Prints (adds on) black letters on a white background. [White on Black] Prints (adds on) white letters on a black background. [Black on Image] Prints (adds on) black letters on the image.
  • Page 75 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions <First and Second Counter Settings> Two counters can be set in a text string. Set the details of the counter when a counter has been set. Item Description Increment Selects the timing for incrementing the counter from the Trigger following: [Job Separator]...
  • Page 76: Bar Code Decoder Settings

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Bar Code Decoder Settings Perform the settings for scanning bar codes. These settings are enabled only when the optional bar code decoder is installed. These items are set in the Barcode Settings dialog box. • When two or more bar code types are aligned horizontally, a recognition error may occur.
  • Page 77 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions <Barcode Type> Set the type of bar codes to be read by the bar code decoder. Item Description Click here to read UPC bar codes. Click here to read EAN bar codes. Codabar Click here to read Codabar bar codes. Code 25 Click here to read Code 25 bar codes.
  • Page 78 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document UPC-A bar code settings Set the details of UPC-A bar codes. [Input] - [Addon enable] Click here to read addon codes. (The setting made here is also reflected in the UPC-E bar code.) [Output] - [Checksum] Click here to enable output of the checksum code.
  • Page 79 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions EAN bar code settings Set the details of EAN bar codes. [Input] - [Addon enable] Click here to read addon codes. Codabar bar code settings Set the details of Codabar bar codes. [Input] - [Checksum] Click here to read checksum codes. [Input] - [7DR] Click here when the checksum calculated by Codabar reads a 7DR bar code.
  • Page 80 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Code 25 bar code settings Set the details Code 25 bar codes. [Input] - [Checksum] Click here to read checksum codes. [Output] - [Checksum] When [Input] - [Checksum] is checked, you can set whether or not to output the checksum code.
  • Page 81: Setting The Gamma Curve

    2.4 Setting Scan Conditions Setting the Gamma Curve Set the gamma curve. The “gamma curve setting” uses gamma curve data prepared by the user to adjust the output values (output to the computer) with respect to the input values for 256 levels of MEMO brightness in the scanned image.
  • Page 82 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Click [Open]. This sets the gamma curve and returns the display to the Detail Settings dialog box. To set the gamma curve for other colors, repeat steps 1 to 4. Preparing Gamma Curve Data Gamma curve data is stored in a text file (*.gmm) comprising 258 lines. This file describes the output values for each of the 256 levels of input values.
  • Page 83 2.4 Setting Scan Conditions Gamma curve data (inverted) 1st line: Inverted linear gamma curve (Gamma curve) 2nd line: 256 3rd line: 255 4th line: 254 5th line: 253 Output value 253th line: 5 254th line: 4 255th line: 3 256th line: 2 257th line: 1 258th line: 0 Input value...
  • Page 84: Dropout Color Settings (Supported On Dr-5080C Only)

    Chapter 2 Scanning a Document Dropout Color Settings (supported on DR-5080C only) Disables scanning of specific colors (drops out) red, blue or green areas in documents. Set up dropout in the Dropout Settings dialog box. Item Description Dropout Click here to enable the dropout function. Enable [Red Drop] (Specify...
  • Page 85: Function Key Settings

    You can assign the following four functions to the function keys. Single For details of these functions and their defaults, refer to the Function separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions “Function Key Settings.” (P.60) [Manual Thickness Adjustment] Adjusts the paper thickness manually. [Imprinter] Selects whether or not to use the imprinter when the optional imprinter is installed.
  • Page 86 Chapter 2 Scanning a Document <Buttons> Item Description Enables the settings and closes the dialog box. Cancel Cancels any settings you have changed and closes the dialog box.
  • Page 87: Chapter 3 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 3 Troubleshooting This chapter describes the causes of trouble that may occur and how to remedy the trouble. 3.1 When An Error Message is Displayed ..........86 3.2 When The Scanned Image is Not Normal ..........88...
  • Page 88: When An Error Message Is Displayed

    Message JAM occured. Remove the paper. Remedy Paper jam occurred on scanner. Remove jammed paper. For more details, see the separate DR-5020/5080C Instructions. Message Cover is opened. Close the cover. Remedy The scanner cover (upper unit) is open. Close the cover.
  • Page 89 3.1 When An Error Message is Displayed Message Scanner is busy. Check if it is CountOnly mode. Remedy The scanner may currently be in the Count Only mode (mode for counting the number of scanned document pages) (P.56). Cancel the Count Only mode, and try again. Message Scanner is busy.
  • Page 90: When The Scanned Image Is Not Normal

    Scanning Utility 5000 is not running correctly. Re-install the Scanning Utility 5000. See “1.2 Installing Scanning Utility 5000” (P.7). Other Causes If the above remedies do not rectify the problem, contact a Canon service department.
  • Page 91: Index

    Index - A - - E - AE ........... 67 EAN ..........77 About ......... 16, 17 Edge Emphasis ....... 67 Actual pixel (Print Format) ..14, 30 Endorser ......... 64 Actual size (Print Format) ..14, 30 Erase Black dot ....... 67 Addon ..........
  • Page 92 - M - Semi Auto mode ....34, 37, 66 Manual mode ...... 34, 43, 66 Setting basic scan conditions ..22 Manual Thickness Adjustment .. 64, 83 Settings Assignment ....... 83 Margin Scanning ......65 Setup CD-ROM ......... 7 Menu Bar ........
  • Page 93 CANON ELECTRONICS INC. 1248, SHIMOKAGEMORI, CHICHIBU-SHI, SAITAMA 369-1892, JAPAN CANON U.S.A. INC. ONE CANON PLAZA, LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y.11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 DIXIE ROAD, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5T 1P7, CANADA CANON EUROPA N.V. BOVENKERKERWEG 59-61, 1185XB AMSTELVEEN, THE NETHERLANDS CANON LATIN AMERICA, INC.

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