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Apple ColorOneScanner User’s Manual for the Color OneScanner 600/27 and 1200/30...
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Contents Communications Regulation Information 1 Welcome System requirements What you need to know In this manual In the appendixes 2 Setting Up the Scanner Unpacking the scanner and accessory kit Choosing a SCSI cable Choosing the right location Carrying the scanner Apple Color OneScanner at a glance Locking and unlocking the scanner Setting the SCSI ID number and termination...
3 Installing the Scanner Software About the disks Installing the scanner software Installing the plug-in module for use by other applications Assigning the Xerox TextBridge 3.0H application to the Dispatcher Setting up ColorSync Installing Kai’s Power Tools and Convolver Where to go from here...
5 Editing Scanned Images Opening a saved image Image-editing overview Showing and hiding the palettes Selecting images Using the tools to edit an image Copying, cutting, or deleting a selection Undoing an action Zooming in and out Inverting an image from positive to negative Adjusting the brightness and contrast Changing the color balance Sharpening an image...
8 Scanner Maintenance Cleaning the scanner 9 Using the Automatic Document Feeder Setting up the Automatic Document Feeder Automatic Document Feeder at a glance Choosing originals to scan Scanning with the document feeder Bypassing the document feeder Clearing paper jams Maintenance 10 Using the Transparent Media Adapter Setting up the Transparent Media Adapter...
Communications regulation information FCC statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC rules. See instructions if interference to radio or television reception is suspected. Radio and television interference The equipment described in this manual generates, uses, and can radiate radio-frequency energy.
DOC statement DOC Class B Compliance This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus,” ICES-003 of the Department of Communications. Observation des normes—Classe B Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur : “Appareils Numériques”, NMB-003 édictée par le ministre des...
Welcome Welcome to the Apple Color OneScanner. With the Color OneScanner and the Apple OneScanner Dispatcher application program, you can m scan an image or document and save it in a format you can use with compatible graphics and page-layout applications m print or fax saved images using convenient drag-and-drop icons m retrieve saved images using thumbnail-view archives m use the Apple Color OneScanner plug-in module to scan directly into...
System requirements The Apple Color OneScanner works with Macintosh computers with the following configurations: m System software version 7.5 or later m 68030 or later processor Scanning and scanned images require significant space on your computer and significant free space on a hard disk. m You need at least 12 megabytes (MB) of random-access memory (RAM).
In this manual This manual provides step-by-step instructions and reference information for the Apple Color OneScanner and the OneScanner Dispatcher application. Chapter Title Provides information about. . . Welcome This manual and system requirements Setting Up the Scanner Assembling and connecting the scanner to your Macintosh computer Installing the Scanner Installing the OneScanner Dispatcher...
In the appendixes The appendixes provide supplementary information about the Apple Color OneScanner. Appendix Chapter 1 Title Provides information about. . . Technical Specifications Technical features of the Apple Color OneScanner Troubleshooting Diagnosing and correcting problems Assembling a SCSI Chain Connecting the scanner and other SCSI devices...
Setting Up the Scanner This chapter shows you how to set up the Apple Color OneScanner. You’ll find instructions for m unpacking, carrying, and placing the scanner m connecting the scanner to a Macintosh computer m plugging in the scanner and switching it on m safely using your scanner...
Unpacking the scanner and accessory kit Make sure you have the items shown here. Color OneScanner software You may have received additional third-party software with your scanner. Choosing a SCSI cable The Apple Color OneScanner connects to your Macintosh through a Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) cable (pronounced “SKUH-zee”).
To connect the scanner directly to the Macintosh To connect the scanner directly to your Macintosh computer, you need a SCSI system cable. SCSI system cable (one end is smaller than the other) To connect the scanner at the end of a SCSI chain If you already have an external SCSI device (such as a SCSI hard disk drive) attached to your Macintosh computer, Apple recommends that you connect the scanner at the end of the SCSI chain.
Choosing the right location Before you set up the scanner, choose a work area that’s convenient for you and that meets the physical requirements of the scanner: m a level, stable surface, such as a desk or table m a grounded three-pin power outlet m space around the scanner for easy access to the on/off switch Allow clearance above the scanner so...
Safety precautions m Don’t place the scanner where anyone can walk on the power cord, and do not allow anything to rest on the cord. If you must use an extension cord, be sure the total length of the power cord plus the extension cord is not greater than 16.5 feet (5 meters).
Apple Color OneScanner at a glance Now that you’ve unpacked the scanner and accessory kit and found a good location, take a moment to identify the most important parts of your new Apple Color OneScanner. Scanner cover On/off switch Power cord socket Chapter 2 SCSI connector (small) SCSI connector (large)
Locking and unlocking the scanner The Apple Color OneScanner carriage is locked during shipment. Make sure the carriage is unlocked. The scanner will not work if the carriage is locked. If in the future you need to ship the scanner for service or move it to a different place, be sure to relock the scanning unit.
Setting the SCSI ID number and termination Y ou may not need this step. Y ou can skip this topic if m the scanner is the only external SCSI device to be connected to your Macintosh m you’re setting the scanner up as the last device in a SCSI chain If you need to change the SCSI ID number or termination setting, do so after you review this topic and before you connect any cables.
About SCSI termination The SCSI selector on the Apple Color OneScanner also works as a selector for internal SCSI termination. Termination is set to “on” at the factory. If the scanner is the only SCSI device connected to your Macintosh or if you place the scanner as the last device in a SCSI chain, the “on”...
Connecting the SCSI cable Follow these steps to connect the scanner directly to your computer. Plug the large end of the SCSI cable into the back of the scanner, and push the retaining clips into the tabs. Plug the small end of the SCSI connector into the back of the Macintosh, as shown. Gently tighten the thumbscrews on the cable.
Connecting the power cord Follow these steps to connect the power cord to the scanner: Align the holes in the socket end of the power cord with the pins of the power cord socket on the back of the scanner. Plug the socket end of the power cord into the pins on the scanner.
Switching the power on The scanner and other SCSI devices require that you switch the power on in a certain sequence. To switch the scanner on: Press the on/off switch. Switching the power on Equipment attached to computer Scanner only Scanner plus other devices If you start the computer before you turn on the scanner, the computer won’t be able to find the scanner.
Important safety information Any electrical device, when operated improperly, can be hazardous. Before you use your scanner, become familiar with these important safety precautions: m Don’t use the scanner near water. m Use the power cord that is appropriate for use in the country in which you use the scanner.
Apple Color OneScanner plug-in module for use with a compatible graphics application m assigning the Xerox TextBridge application for use with the scanner software m installing Kai’s Power Tools and Convolver plug-ins from MetaTools (plug-in filters which come with the Color OneScanner 1200/30)
m ColorSync, a system program that records color information about scanned images so the colors stay consistent in different applications and on different devices, such as printers and monitors Most of the files on these disks are compressed. To install them, you must use the Installer.
Double-click the Installer icon. After a welcome screen appears (click Continue), an installation dialog box opens. Easy Install: Apple recommends that you use the Easy Install process for your scanner software. Easy Install places all necessary files on your hard disk and updates any existing files as needed.
If the scanner is not on, switch it on. Click Restart. Installing the plug-in module for use by other applications The Apple Color OneScanner plug-in module allows you to scan images directly into applications compatible with Adobe Photoshop plug-ins. The user’s manual for your application will tell you where the application requires you to place the plug-in module.
You can now scan images directly into the graphics application. Assigning the Xerox TextBridge 3.0H application to the Dispatcher The TextBridge application, from Xerox Imaging Systems, Inc., analyzes an image of scanned text and converts each character into a form of text a computer can recognize.
The Dispatcher window opens on the Macintosh desktop. Drag-and-drop icons You’ll find complete information about using the Dispatcher window in Chapter 4, “Scanning Images.” For now, continue following these steps to assign TextBridge to the Dispatcher. In the Dispatcher window, double-click the icon labeled Unassigned OCR. A dialog box opens.
Double-click the TextBridge application name, or select the name and click Select. The dialog box closes. TextBridge appears as the OCR icon. Drag-and-drop icons Like the other icons in this area of the Dispatcher window, the OCR icon is a drag-and-drop icon.
Installing Kai’s Power Tools and Convolver Kai’s Power Tools and Convolver are plug-in modules that provide filters compatible with Adobe PhotoShop and similar applications. To install these applications, follow the instructions in the user’s manuals that came with them. During installation, a dialog box appears that lets you select the Plug-Ins folder (inside the Apple Color OneScanner folder) as the correct destination for the new plug-in modules.
Scanning Images This chapter provides complete instructions for using the OneScanner Dispatcher application program with the Apple Color OneScanner. The chapter shows how to m choose originals and align them on the scanner m use the OneScanner Dispatcher application to scan, print, fax, save, and retrieve saved images m use the drag-and-drop feature to print or fax saved images m add drag-and-drop icons for compatible graphics applications...
Text and optical character recognition: You can scan printed text and convert the image to text that can be read by a computer. To do this, you need special optical character recognition (OCR) software. Xerox TextBridge 3.0H OCR software comes with the Apple Color OneScanner. For an introduction to TextBridge, see Chapter 6, “Scanning Text,”...
Aligning a single original To ensure that the alignment of the scanned image matches the alignment of the original, you can use the alignment mark. To align an original page on the document glass: Lift the scanner cover, as shown. Place the original face down on the document glass.
Aligning bound originals You can scan pictures or text in bound books with the Apple Color OneScanner. To simplify the placement of large bound originals, you may wish to remove the scanner cover. For instructions, see the next topic, “Removing and Replacing the Scanner Cover.” To align bound originals: Open the bound document and place the page you want to scan face down on the document glass.
Removing and replacing the scanner cover When you work with a bound document, you may wish to remove the scanner cover. Removing the cover makes it much easier to align the pages of bound items and makes the alignment more accurate. To remove the scanner cover: Position the scanner so the front is facing you.
Opening the OneScanner Dispatcher application To start scanning, you need to open the OneScanner Dispatcher application. Double-click the OneScanner Dispatcher icon. The Dispatcher window opens. Arrow To hide (or show) the bottom half of the window, click the arrow. You’ll find information about using the Dispatcher window throughout this chapter.
How the OneScanner Dispatcher application is organized The Dispatcher window is the control center for your scanning activities. Buttons Buttons You use the buttons on the top half of the Dispatcher window to scan new images, send new images to your printer or a fax application, open and edit images you’ve already scanned and saved, and view images in thumbnail form.
Drag-and-drop icons Drag-and-drop icons You use the icons on the bottom half of the Dispatcher window to drag and drop saved images you want to send to a printer, a fax application, an optical character recognition (OCR) application, or an application you add, such as a graphics application.
Scanning with automatic settings The OneScanner Dispatcher application comes preset to scan most color and black-and-white originals. For your first scanned images, you may wish to work with the automatic settings. Later, when you’re ready for fine-tuning, you can customize the settings. To scan a document and create a new image: Put the original document on the scanner glass and close the scanner cover.
Click Scan. The Apple Color OneScanner dialog box opens. IMPORTANT bottom of the dialog box, you must change the setting in your Monitors control panel. Open the control panel, click Options, and choose 640 x 400. To make sure the correct options are selected, check the Set Up pop-up menus. Source Media Adapter, you need to specify it as the source of the scan.
Choose a destination for the image. The destination you specify is Destination used to determine the resolution at which the scanner will scan the image. For example, if you select Monitor as the destination, the Resolution pop-up menu automatically chooses the resolution that is correct for most monitors. You can, however, change the resolution setting if you wish.
Drag to select the area you want. A marquee (dashed line) surrounds the selected area. The Image Info area changes to reflect the size of the selection. Image height, width, and size change depending on the selection you make. If you want to zoom in, click the zoom button (optional). Zoom button The area in the zoom view is the area that will be scanned.
Click Scan. The scanner scans the original. When the scan is complete, the image appears in a new document. The document is named Image1. Subsequent scans in the same session are named Image2, Image3, and so on. The image may be larger than the new window.
Saving a scanned image As soon as the scanner has completed a scan, the new image, with the name Image1, appears in a window on the Macintosh desktop, as shown at the end of the previous topic. You can save the image with a more useful name, and in a different folder, if you wish.
Choose an image format from the File Format pop-up menu. (default setting): A widely used format that is compatible with most PICT Macintosh applications (uses ColorSync). JPEG Joint Photographic Experts Group, a format that compresses files and lets you choose compression versus quality. A format that supports all available Adobe Photoshop image Photoshop modes.
Assigning a fax application to the Dispatcher Before you can use the scanner for faxing, you must assign the driver for your fax application to the Dispatcher. (If you have a fax modem or fax machine connected to your computer, use the driver that came with it.) In the Dispatcher window, click the Fax drag-and-drop icon.
Click Fax or Copy. Printing (Copy): The Print dialog box opens. Specify the number of copies you want, set any other options, and click Print. The original is scanned and sent to your fax application or currently chosen printer. No image document created: When you fax or print an image using the Scan Router, an image document (file) is not created.
To open a saved image: If necessary, start the OneScanner Dispatcher application to open the Dispatcher window. Click Archive. A dialog box opens. Select the name of the folder you want. Selected folder Click Select “folder name” (the large button at the bottom of the window). An archive opens, showing thumbnail representations of your images.
Renaming a saved image in an archive To rename an image that is open: Choose Save As from the File menu. In the dialog box that appears, give the image a new name. To rename an image in the Finder desktop Click the icon to select the image and its name.
Drag the thumbnail from the archive onto the Print or Fax icon. Faxing (For instructions, see “Assigning a Fax Application to the Dispatcher,” earlier in this chapter.) If this is not your first fax, your fax application opens, ready for you to address and transmit the scanned image. Printing Print.
Adding your own drag-and-drop applications To speed up your work, you can add an application you frequently use to the unassigned drag-and-drop icons. You can then send an image to the application by dragging a saved image onto the icon and dropping it there. Example: You may routinely rework scanned images in the MacDraw application.
Move through folders (and hard disks, if necessary) to find the application you want to add. The application you select must support drag-and-drop behavior and must be able to open documents in formats supported by the Dispatcher (such as PICT and TIFF). Application you want to add Double-click the application name, or select the name and click Select.
Scanning directly into a graphics application The OneScanner Dispatcher application comes with the Apple Color OneScanner plug-in module. A plug-in is a software module that extends an application for a specific purpose, such as importing scanned images. IMPORTANT in module, see “Installing the Plug-In Module for Use by Other Applications” in Chapter 3.
Choose Apple Color OneScanner (the plug-in module) as the source of the acquisition. The Apple Color OneScanner dialog box opens. Click Preview, and change scanner options if necessary. For information, see “Scanning with Automatic Settings,” earlier in this chapter. Click Scan. The image is scanned and inserted in a new document for the application.
Scanning with custom settings After you’ve scanned a number of images, you may want to customize the settings in the Apple Color OneScanner dialog box. This section provides detailed information about settings for resolution, tone, and threshold. Setting the resolution The level of detail in a scanned image is determined by the number of dots per inch (dpi) the scanner uses to reproduce an image.
Recommended resolutions for maximum efficiency The chart below shows the settings that Apple recommends for the output devices listed. Keep in mind that an image scanned at a higher resolution will require more memory and take longer to scan and print. Recommended scanning resolutions For this output device Computer screen...
Changing the tone (brightness and contrast) You can improve the appearance of a scanned image by adjusting the tone before you scan the image. Tone is a measure of brightness and contrast—the intensity of blacks and whites, or colors, in a scanned image. The way your monitor is set up affects the way an image appears on the screen.
Click Tone. The Tone dialog box appears. The image as it will be scanned Drag to select the portion of the preview you want to use as a sample for brightness and contrast. A solid outline appears around the selection. You can drag the outline to a different part of the preview if you want to sample different areas.
To return to the Apple Color OneScanner dialog box, click Apply. If you want to return the image to its original state, click Revert. When the settings are the way you want them, click Scan. The image is scanned using the settings you chose. Changing the threshold You can customize scanned images by resetting the threshold.
In the Threshold dialog box, make the changes and selections you want. m If you want the Dispatcher to recommend the appropriate threshold settings, click Suggest. m If you want to customize the threshold settings yourself, you can. To set the lightest value, click the highlight dropper and then click the spot in the original that you want to use as highlight threshold.
To return to the Apple Color OneScanner dialog box, click Apply. To return to the original settings, click Revert. Click Scan. The image is scanned with the settings you chose. Changing image size and ruler units The Apple Color OneScanner dialog box provides information about the size of a scanned image and the size of the document (file) the image will occupy.
Viewing image file size Image File Size shows how much memory, in kilobytes, the image file will occupy. File size is determined by m the image type and resolution m the size of the image area to be scanned Changing the ruler units You can set the ruler to use a different unit of measure for the height and width of an image.
Copyright regulations (USA) It is illegal to reproduce certain official or copyrighted documents, and doing so may be punishable by criminal or civil law. The following documents may not be copied: m currency m government-issue securities and passports m publicly or privately issued licenses or permits m official documents m private documents In addition, it is unlawful to make copies of the following copyrighted works,...
Editing Scanned Images You can use the OneScanner Dispatcher application to edit and improve the appearance of scanned images. You can add and adjust colors, change the size, crop an image, or copy selected areas to other documents. This chapter tells you how to m open a saved image and show the editing tools m use the tools to edit your images m change your view of a scanned image...
Opening a saved image To open and edit a saved image, you first open the OneScanner Dispatcher window and then open the image you want to edit. To open the Dispatcher window: Double-click the OneScanner Dispatcher icon. The Dispatcher window opens. Click Image Edit.
Open the folder that contains your saved images. The first image is automatically selected. A preview appears on the left to help you identify the image. Selecting another image name changes the preview. To open the image document, double-click an image name. The document opens, and the tool, color, and brush palettes become available.
Image-editing overview When you save a scanned image, the application stores it as an image document. The image within the document is made up of pixels—the dots that form any image on the computer screen. When you use the tools, brushes, and color palette, you change the arrangement or appearance of the pixels.
Color palette Use the color palette to change the color that you apply with the pencil, brush, bucket, or spray can in the foreground, or to select the color that appears when you use the eraser in the background. To create custom colors, double-click a swatch. In the Color Picker that appears, select the color you want.
Selecting images When you select a portion of an image, you can move, cut, copy, or manipulate the selection. Regular shape To select a rectangular part of an image: Click the selection rectangle. Drag the tool over an area to select that area. Marquee The area you dragged over is surrounded by a marquee (a dashed line), which indicates selection.
Irregular shape To select an irregular shape: Click the lasso. Drag the lasso to trace an area around the shape you want to select. Irregular marquee When you release the mouse button, the marquee takes the irregular shape you made. Whole image To select the whole image: Choose Select All from the Edit menu (or press...
Using the tools to edit an image Each tool on the tool palette has a special purpose: making a selection, adding text, painting, and so on. Using a tool To use a tool: Click the tool to make it active. Moving a selection To move a selection around within the image: To drag the selection, use the tool you used to make it (the lasso or the selection...
Zooming in To zoom in close: Click the magnifying glass and then click a spot in the image. The image is enlarged. To zoom back out: With the magnifying glass still selected, press Option and click the image. You can also choose Zoom In or Zoom Out from the Image menu. Filling a space with color To fill a space with color: Click the paint bucket.
Adding text To type some text in the image: Click the text tool. Click the part of the image where you want to add text. In the dialog box that appears, type the text you want. You can also use the dialog box to choose the font you want, its size, style, and color.
Drawing lines To draw fine lines or shapes in the image: Select the pencil. Drag the pencil through the image to add the shapes or lines. You can also zoom in and click individual pixels. Tip: To create a horizontal or vertical line, press Shift as you drag. To change the size of the pencil line, use the brush palette.
Painting with brushes To paint with strokes of various sizes: Select the brush. Click one of the brush sizes on the brush palette. Drag the brush to paint in the foreground color. Cloning A clone is a duplicate of a small part of an image. You can use the clone to edit flaws in an image, painting it into an image at a different location.
Press the Option key and then click the spot you want to serve as a reference point for the clone. In the example, you’d click a point in the shrubbery. Move the clone tool over the point at which you want the image to begin repeating, then start dragging.
As you extend the painting, the rest of the cloned image appears—or as much of it as you want to paint. Tip: For a more natural appearance, reposition the reference point from time to time. To do this, press the Option key and click the new spot you want to clone.
Copying, cutting, or deleting a selection You may want to copy part or all of an image and paste it into a word- processing or desktop publishing document. Copying within an image document To copy and paste a selection within an image document: Select the area you want to copy.
Cutting To cut a selection from an image: Select the area you want to cut. To store a temporary copy of what you cut on the Clipboard, choose Cut from the Edit menu (or press To remove the selection without storing a temporary copy of it, press the Delete key. This completely erases the selection.
Inverting an image from positive to negative You can change a positive image to a negative image, or a negative image to a positive image. To invert an image: Open the image and choose Invert from the Image menu. Editing Scanned Images...
Adjusting the brightness and contrast You can adjust the brightness and contrast of images. You may want to do this when an image is too dark or does not show sharp enough differences between dark and light colors. To adjust brightness and contrast: Choose Brightness/Contrast from the Image menu.
Changing the color balance You can change the color balance in an image by adjusting color values for shadows (darker areas), midtones, and highlights (brighter areas). To adjust color balance: Open the image you want to adjust. Choose Color Balance from the Image menu. The Color Balance dialog box opens.
Sharpening an image You may notice that the edges of an image are softer than you want them to be. Or, you may want to soften edges that look too sharp. To sharpen an image: Choose a command from the Sharpen submenu in the Image menu. Commands in the Sharpen submenu add definition to an image.
The amount determines what percentage of change will occur. The Amount default setting is 50 percent. Increase up to 100; decrease down to 1. A higher percentage makes the effect stronger. The radius determines the depth of pixels that are affected at the edge Radius you’re changing.
Resizing an image You can set a specific size for an image. To resize: Open the image and choose Resize from the Image menu. The Resize dialog box opens. To maintain the image’s proportions (aspect ratio), make sure there’s an X in this check box.
Cropping an image You can select an area of an image and then eliminate the surrounding area. To crop an image: Select the area you want to remain in the image. Choose Crop from the Image menu. The area around the selection is deleted. Editing Scanned Images...
Flipping an image Sometimes you may inadvertently scan an image upside down or on its side. You can correct this situation by flipping the image. To rotate a selection: Open the image. From the Image menu, choose an option from the Flip pop-up menu. Vertical Original Horizontal...
Rotating an image From the Image menu, choose an option from the Rotate pop-up menu. You can rotate the image 90 degrees left, 90 degrees right, or 180 degrees. You can also choose Arbitrary rotation and set the number of degrees. 90˚...
Setting the image depth You can change the number of colors used in an image or switch a color image to black and white. You do this by changing the image depth. To change depth: From the Image menu, choose an option from the Image Depth submenu: If you change the depth of an image to fewer colors or grays, you cannot recover the original image depth.
Choose the scanner model you want to use from the Use Scanner Profile pop-up menu. If you are using the optional Transparent Media Adapter with the Color OneScanner 1200/30, choose the ColorSync profile for the medium you are scanning: m Color OneScanner Flatbed for magazines, paper, other opaque originals...
Changing the way you view an archive Occasionally you may want to view thumbnails in order by type, date, or size rather than by name. To change the view: Open the archive you want to look at. From the Image menu, choose an option from the View By submenu: Name, Date, Type, or Size.
Scanning Text An optical character recognition (OCR) program such as Xerox TextBridge analyzes scanned text and converts each character into a form of text a computer can recognize. This chapter is a brief introduction to text scanning. You’ll learn m how to scan a text document for use with the TextBridge application...
First install the TextBridge software, following instructions in the user’s manual for TextBridge. m Then you must assign TextBridge to the Dispatcher. For instructions, see “Assigning the Xerox TextBridge 3.0H Application to the Dispatcher” in Chapter 3 of this manual. Optional Automatic Document Feeder: An optional Automatic Document Feeder is available from your authorized Apple dealer.
Click Scan to open the Apple Color OneScanner dialog box. Choose Flatbed from the Source pop-up menu; if you’re using the document feeder, choose Feeder. Choose Black and White from the Image pop-up menu, and choose 300 dpi from the Resolution pop-up menu.
Moving a text image to the TextBridge application After a text image is scanned, you can rename it or accept the automatically numbered image. When you’ve scanned and saved an image, you can send the image to the TextBridge application. Note: You can use TextBridge as a stand-alone application.
Drag the text thumbnail from the archive onto the TextBridge icon on the bottom panel of the Dispatcher window. The TextBridge dialog box opens. Click Go. See your TextBridge manual for information about the next steps. In the TextBridge application, the image is converted to text. You can now move the text into a word-processing, page-layout, or desktop publishing document for editing.
Converting a text image into an HTML document When you’ve scanned and saved a text image (in TIFF or PICT format), you can convert it to an HTML file for use on the Internet. If necessary, open the Dispatcher window. Click Archive and open the archive that contains the image you want to convert to HTML.
Dispatcher Commands This chapter explains what happens when you choose any of the commands in the OneScanner Dispatcher menus. The chapter m provides a quick reference for advanced users m shows dialog boxes opened by various commands and explains their functions, but does not provide step-by-step instructions The chapter is organized by menu.
File menu Commands in the File menu control activities at a document level. For example, you use File menu commands to create and save documents and to set up a document for printing. Chapter 7 For information about opening images and archives, see Chapter 4, “Scanning Images.”...
New Scan Opens the Apple Color OneScanner dialog box. For information about this dialog box, see “Scanning with Automatic Settings” and “Scanning with Custom Settings” in Chapter 4. New Image Opens the New Image dialog box. You can specify a size, resolution, and image depth for the new image.
New Archive Opens the New Archive dialog box. You can name the new archive and save it in a folder of your choice. Open Image Opens a file dialog box where you can select and open a saved image. You use this dialog box to switch through folders and to find, select, and open scanned images.
Open Archive Opens a file dialog box where you can switch through folders to find, select, and open the archive that contains the images you want. Scan Router Opens the Scan Router dialog box, which gives you a choice between faxing or printing (copying) the original document.
Get Info Opens a dialog box that provides detailed information about a selected image, such as size, date created and modified, and image depth. Save Saves an image you’ve scanned, including any changes you have made to it. If this is the first time you’ve saved the image, the Save As dialog box opens. You can choose a file format for the image.
Save As Use the Save As command to save a document with a different name, in a different folder, on a different disk, or in a different format—or all of the above. Revert Returns a document to its last saved version. Page Setup Opens the Page Setup dialog box (yours may look different): Options in the Page Setup dialog box determine page size, orientation, and...
Print Archive View Prints an archive, with thumbnails. Quit Ends a session with the OneScanner Dispatcher application. If you haven’t saved any images now open, a message appears to ask you if you want to save the image before you quit the application. Edit menu You use commands in the Edit menu to revise image documents by cutting, copying, and pasting selected colors and shapes.
Paste Copies the material on the Clipboard to the center of the document window (where you can move it around as you wish). You can continue to paste copies until you cut or copy a new selection (which replaces the contents of the Clipboard).
Zoom In Enlarges the image on the screen. Changes you make with this command don’t affect the size of the printed image. You can also use the zoom tool. Press Option to switch the tool between zooming in and zooming out. Zoom Out Reduces the image on the screen.
Sharpen Opens a submenu you can use to change the definition of an image. If an image looks too soft, use the Sharpen commands to adjust the image. The Unsharp Masking command opens a dialog box: For more information, see “Sharpening an Image”...
Flip Opens a submenu that gives you the choice of flipping the image vertically (upside down) or horizontally (right to left). Rotate Opens a submenu that gives you the choice of rotating an image 90 degrees left, 90 degrees right, or 180 degrees. The Arbitrary command opens a dialog box.
ColorSync Preferences Opens the ColorSync Preferences dialog box. An X in the checkbox means ColorSync is on. The pop-up menu in this dialog box specifies the device used for ColorSync settings. View By Changes the way you see documents listed in an archive. You can view documents by name, type, date, or size.
Hide (Show) Colors Shows or hides the color palette. Hide (Show) Brushes Shows or hides the brush palette. Dispatcher Shows or hides the Dispatcher window. Image-editing tools Tool palette The tool palette provides tools you use to edit scanned images. Selection rectangle Grabber Paint bucket...
Gives you a closer or more distant view of an image. Zoom Paint bucket Fills an area of the image with the foreground color. Lets you add text to an image. Text Clears parts of an image when you drag the eraser over the image. The Eraser color left by the eraser is the background color.
Scanner Maintenance Your Apple Color OneScanner needs little maintenance, except for occasional cleaning. Follow the guidelines in this chapter to keep the scanner working properly. Cleaning the scanner To clean the scanner: Switch off the scanner and computer. WARNING the scanner can expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. If you think your Apple Color OneScanner needs servicing, call your authorized Apple reseller to find the service center nearest you.
Don’t tip the scanner on its side or turn it upside down. To move the scanner, follow the guidelines in “Carrying the Scanner” in Chapter 2. WARNING document glass. The spray could penetrate below the glass and contaminate internal mirrors and lenses. Never use a chemically treated cloth or cleaners that contain alcohol, benzene, or ammonia.
Using the Automatic Document Feeder The Apple Automatic Document Feeder is an optional accessory you can purchase to automate the scanning of multiple original pages. You’ll find the Automatic Document Feeder especially useful if you plan to use your scanner for optical character recognition (OCR) or repetitive image retrieval work.
To connect the document feeder: Switch off the scanner and then switch off your Macintosh computer. Power switch. “O” is off and “I” is on. Devices connected through SCSI cables require a certain power-on sequence. See “Switching the Power On,” in Chapter 2, for more information. Grip the scanner top cover on both sides and lift it off.
Install the Automatic Document Feeder. Close the document feeder by gently pushing it downward. Insert the metal posts into the scanner. Using the Automatic Document Feeder...
Remove the plastic cap from the port on the back of the scanner and put it in a safe place. Remove the plastic cap. Plug the cable from the document feeder into the small port on the back of the scanner. Switch on the scanner and then switch on your Macintosh.
Choosing originals to scan The document feeder is designed to accept standard office papers as originals. Like a copy machine, the document feeder may have problems with bent, torn, or otherwise mutilated originals. These originals work best The document feeder accepts paper with the following dimensions and weight: m paper size length...
Scanning with the document feeder The document feeder significantly speeds up the scanning process, especially if you’re doing optical character recognition (OCR) work. Partly because of its speed, however, the document feeder has certain limitations of which you should be aware: m Do not scan images in color when you use the document feeder.
Gently slide the document guide in the direction of the arrow, as shown, to align the guide with the width of the originals. Document guide Do not stack the originals higher than the paper-height limit WARNING mark (5/64 in./2 mm). Do not press down on the feeder. Do not place anything heavier than 4.4 lb.
Click Scan. The Apple Color OneScanner dialog opens. From the Source pop-up menu, choose Feeder. From the Image pop-up menu, choose Black and White. Click Scan. The document feeder passes each original under the cover as it is being scanned and then deposits the original in the document exit tray. The process continues until all originals have been scanned.
Bypassing the document feeder As mentioned earlier in this chapter, certain originals may not work properly with the document feeder. You may want to scan valuable documents that could be damaged by the document feeder. You can do this by placing the originals on the scanner glass rather than using the document feeder.
Clearing paper jams If you scan only acceptable originals, you should have little trouble with paper jams. For a review of factors that make originals acceptable, see “Choosing Originals to Scan,” earlier in this chapter. If a paper jam occurs while you’re using the document feeder, follow the steps given in this section to clear the jam.
Paper jams at the beginning of a scan To clear a paper jam that occurs at the beginning of a scan: Lift the document feeder cover, as shown, and remove the jammed paper. First, lift the document feeder cover. Then, carefully remove the jammed paper.
Paper jams at the end of a scan To clear a paper jam that occurs at the end of a scan: Lift the document feeder cover, as shown. Document feeder cover Lift the document tray and carefully remove the jammed paper, as shown. First, lift the document tray.
Close the document tray. Document tray Close the document feeder cover. Document feeder cover Using the Automatic Document Feeder...
Paper jams inside the document feeder To clear a paper jam that occurs inside the document feeder: Lift the document feeder cover, as shown. Document feeder cover Lift the document tray to get to the jammed paper. Document tray Chapter 9...
Press the two tabs (below) inward. Open the flap, lower the delivery guide sheet, and carefully remove the jammed paper, as shown. First, lower the delivery guide sheet. Then, remove the jammed paper. Using the Automatic Document Feeder...
Reinsert the delivery guide sheet. Close the document feeder and feeder cover. Chapter 9 Raise the delivery guide sheet and insert it under the plastic flap.
Maintenance With minimal maintenance, your document feeder will provide many years of service. Follow these guidelines to keep the document feeder working properly. WARNING all servicing to an authorized Apple service center. For the location of the center nearest you, please call your Apple reseller. Cleaning the document feeder To clean the document feeder: If the document feeder is still attached to the scanner, turn off the scanner.
Removing and replacing the delivery guide sheet Your document feeder is equipped with a replaceable delivery guide sheet. If the delivery guide sheet becomes extremely dirty or if it gets damaged, you can purchase a replacement from your authorized Apple reseller. To replace the delivery guide sheet: Switch off the Macintosh and scanner.
Remove the document feeder by grasping both sides of the document feeder cover and lifting upward, as shown. Turn the document feeder over so the bottom side—with the white plastic sheet—is facing upward. Using the Automatic Document Feeder...
Press the two tabs inward. Open the flap and remove the delivery guide sheet, as shown. Open the flap. Chapter 9 Remove the delivery guide sheet.
Slide the new delivery guide sheet under the document feeder casing beneath the white plastic cover. New delivery guide sheet White plastic cover Document feeder casing Align the two holes in the delivery guide sheet with the pegs on the flap (as shown), and close the flap.
Removing and replacing the paper separator Your document feeder is equipped with a replaceable paper separator, which causes the document feeder to feed one original at a time. If the separator repeatedly feeds more than one sheet, or fails to feed a sheet at all, you can purchase a replacement from your authorized Apple reseller.
Press the separator downward to unlock it, slide the separator toward you, and then lift the separator straight up and out of the document feeder. Using the Automatic Document Feeder...
Insert the new separator, and press it downward and then away from you. Make sure that the separator is securely in place. Close the document feeder cover. Document feeder cover Chapter 9...
Using the Transparent Media Adapter The Apple Transparent Media Adapter is an optional accessory you can purchase to adapt your Apple Color OneScanner 1200/30 for overhead transparencies and positive and negative film. (The adapter does not work with the Color OneScanner 600/27.) This chapter shows you how to set up and use the Transparent Media Adapter.
Set up the scanner first: Before you connect the Transparent Media Adapter to your scanner, you need to set up the Apple Color OneScanner and install the scanner software. See Chapters 2 and 3 for instructions if you haven’t yet set up the scanner hardware and software.
Turn the Transparent Media Adapter over and unlock it. Press the side of the switch that shows an open lock. Press to unlock Line up the transparent media alignment guide with the two holes at the back of the scanner. The transparent media alignment guide comes in a separate package in the box with the transparent media adapter.
Install the metal posts through the guide and into the holes. Close the adapter. Chapter 10 Insert the metal posts through the transparent media alignment guide and into the scanner.
Remove the plastic cap from the port on the back of the scanner and put it in a safe place. Remove the plastic cap. Plug the cable from the adapter firmly into the small port on the back of the scanner. Switch on the scanner and then switch on your Macintosh.
Inserting film into a film guide for scanning The adapter comes with three film guides that can hold these sizes: m 35-mm film m 60-mm film m 4 x 5-inch film 35-mm film guide Slots 60-mm film guide Shutter strip When scanning negatives, always insert a shutter strip in any slot that doesn’t contain film.
To insert film into the film guide: Place the film guide on a clean, flat surface. Choose the guide that’s appropriate for the size of film or transparency you intend to scan. Lift the tab and insert shutter strips into slots that will not have film in them. Shutter strips prevent overexposure (halation) of the scanned IMPORTANT images.
Lift the tab and insert negatives or positives for scanning. Make sure the image is facing down. To avoid getting unwanted fingerprints on the film, wear gloves designed for handling film. Make sure the film is aligned properly in the slot. Hold the film guide up to a source of light to check for openings where light leaks through.
Scanning with the Transparent Media Adapter To scan with the adapter: Lift the adapter and make sure no originals have been left on the scanner glass. Using the Transparent Media Adapter...
Place the film guide (with film and shutters in place) on the scanner bed. Be careful not to obstruct the light correction zone (the gap between the top of the film guide and the transparent media alignment guide). Note: To scan positive film that is too large for any of the film guides, place the film on the document glass, leaving space for the light correction zone.
Close the Transparent Media Adapter. You are ready to scan your image. If necessary, open the OneScanner Dispatcher. Click Scan. The Apple Color OneScanner dialog box opens. Choose Transparency. Choose the appropriate setting. Using the Transparent Media Adapter...
From the Source pop-up menu, choose Transparency. In the dialog box that appears, select the type of film you are scanning. Each film type named in the Negative pop-up menu belongs to one of four negative film bases. If you don’t see your film named in the menu, try each of the four bases for scanning your negative.
Maintenance With minimal maintenance, your adapter will provide many years of service. Follow these guidelines to keep the adapter working properly. WARNING servicing to an authorized Apple service center. For the location of the center nearest you, please call your Apple reseller. Cleaning the exterior of the adapter To clean the adapter: If the adapter is still attached to the scanner, turn off the scanner.
Cleaning the diffuser The diffuser is the inside surface of the adapter through which light is transmitted. Dirt or scratches on its surface may discolor or distort scanned images. To clean the diffuser: Open the adapter and let its hinges hold it open. Lightly wipe the dirt off the diffuser with a dry, soft cloth.
The image is reversed. m The film is facing the wrong way. Make sure the film is face down. Color quality is unsatisfactory. m All or part of the light correction zone has been obstructed. If the film is in a film guide, make sure the guide is positioned properly. See “Inserting Film Into a Film Guide for Scanning,”...
An irregular blotch or line consistently appears in the same place in scanned images. m The diffuser may be dirty. Carefully wipe the diffuser with a clean, soft, dry cloth. See “Maintenance,” earlier in this chapter. m There may be a scratch or other mark on the diffuser. Contact an authorized Apple service center.
60 to 4800 dpi (Apple Color OneScanner 1200/30) m Bit depth 27 (Apple Color OneScanner 600/27) 9, 9, 9 is RGB 30 (Apple Color OneScanner 1200/30) 10, 10, 10 is m Maximum 8.5 by 11.7 in. (216 by 297 mm) document size 8.5 by 14 in.
m Other functions m Options Environmental Noise (maximum) m Scanning Operating temperature m Without the document feeder , with or without the Transparent Media Adapter Ambient temperature: 41 to 95° F (5 to 35° C) Relative humidity: 15 to 85 percent m With the document feeder Ambient temperature: 50 to 90.5°...
Appendix B Troubleshooting In general, as long as you follow the maintenance and safety instructions provided in this manual, you should have few problems with your scanner. This chapter provides solutions to some problems that you might encounter. IMPORTANT recommended here solves it, contact your authorized Apple service center. Note: If you have the optional Transparent Media Adapter on your scanner, you should also see the troubleshooting section in Chapter 10.
m The SCSI connection may not be secure. Make sure the SCSI cable between the scanner and the Macintosh is securely fastened. If the scanner is part of a SCSI chain, check all the SCSI cables. When I try to scan, I get a message that says, “The application can’t find the scanner.” m You may not have properly installed the scanner software.
The scanner makes strange noises when I try to scan, and no image is produced. m The scanner carriage may be locked. Make sure the scanner lock is in the unlocked position. For information, see “Locking and Unlocking the Scanner” in Chapter 2. I still have my old Apple OneScanner attached to my Macintosh.
Image quality problems My images have smudges and smears all over them. m The scanner glass and the scanner cover may need cleaning. Use a clean, soft, damp cloth to wipe the glass and cover clean. Scanned images have consistent vertical streaks through them, even though I’ve cleaned the scanner glass.
Appendix C Assembling a SCSI Chain This appendix shows you how to connect a chain of devices to your Macintosh computer. IMPORTANT computer, do not use the instructions in this appendix. Instead, see Chapter 2, “Setting Up the Scanner,” where you’ll find the information you need. About SCSI ID numbers Your Macintosh has an external SCSI port that accepts a SCSI cable.
For example, the internal hard disk drive is, by convention, always assigned SCSI ID 0 (internal). The system software shows the hard disk at that location. You can connect a total of seven internal and external SCSI devices to the Macintosh.
Factory setting The internal terminator for the Apple Color OneScanner is set to “on,” but you can change it. Note: You need an external terminator with the scanner only if you have a Macintosh IIfx or PowerBook computer. The Macintosh IIfx requires a special terminator.
Attach either end of a SCSI peripheral cable to the other port on the back of the first device. If you want the second device to be more than 18 inches away from the first, connect a cable extender to the end of the SCSI peripheral cable. You can use up to 20 feet (6.1 meters) of cables.
Scanner is the only device connected to the Macintosh The scanner is connected directly to the Macintosh. No other external SCSI devices are set up. All Macintosh computers except Macintosh IIfx and PowerBook Macintosh Scanner Scanner connects directly to Macintosh with SCSI system cable. Macintosh IIfx only Macintosh IIfx Scanner...
Scanner is at the end of the SCSI chain The scanner is at the outside end of a SCSI chain. Other external SCSI devices are set up between the scanner and the Macintosh. All Macintosh computers except Macintosh IIfx and PowerBook Macintosh SCSI 1 SCSI 2...
Scanner is at the beginning of the SCSI chain The scanner is connected directly to the Macintosh. Other external SCSI devices are set up beyond the scanner. All Macintosh computers except Macintosh IIfx and PowerBook Macintosh SCSI 1 SCSI 2 Scanner device device...
Scanner is in the middle of the SCSI chain The scanner is in the middle of a SCSI chain. The scanner is between two other external SCSI devices. All Macintosh computers except Macintosh IIfx and PowerBook Macintosh SCSI 1 Scanner device SCSI system cable SCSI peripheral cable Macintosh IIfx only...
Index accessory kit, unpacking 6 Actual Size command (Image menu) 104 Agfa Optima 400 135-24 film 148 Agfa XRS film 148 alias, using to install plug-in module 22 aligning originals 29 Apple Color OneScanner dialog box 36, 50, 147 controls not visible 36 Apple Color OneScanner plug-in module.
cable connecting and disconnecting 13–14 connecting Transparent Media SCSI 6, 7 terminator 13 carriage, unlocking 11 characters, converting to recognizable cleaning Automatic Document Feeder 129 scanner 111–112 Transparent Media Adapter 149–150 Clear command (Edit menu) 103 clearing paper jams 123–128 clips, retaining 14 clone tool (tool palette) 64, 109 cloning an image 72–74...
communications regulation information vii-viii computer screen, scanning resolution for 52 connecting scanner to Automatic Document Feeder 10 to Macintosh 13–15 SCSI cable 14 to Transparent Media Adapter 10 contrast adjusting in images 78 changing 53–54 Contrast option (Select a Range) 54 Copy command (Edit menu) 102 copying selections 75, 102 copyright regulations 59...
fax applications assigning to Dispatcher 42 sending new images to 33 sending saved images to 34 Fax drag-and-drop icon 34, 42 faxing images 34, 42–43 directly from scanner 42–43 scanning resolution 52 stored image 45–46 file formats choosing 100 text 91 files image format 41 installing for scanning 20–22...
images. See also scanned images; scanning images automatic adjustments 38–39 changing ruler units 57 changing size 39 choosing type 36 custom options 51–56 depth 87 editing 33 editing tools 64, 68–74, 108–109 faxing or printing from scanner 42–43 from film 137 formats 41 opening saved 44 previewing 37, 63...
108–109 Image menu commands 103–107 opening 32, 62 Index feeder 158 organization 33–34 sending text to Xerox TextBridge application 89–93 setting up transparencies 147–148 Window menu commands 107–108 on/off switch 10, 16 Open Archive command (File menu) 99 Open Image command (File menu) 98 optical character recognition programs.
paper separator, replacing 134–136 Paste command (Edit menu) 103 pasting selections 75, 103 Pencil tool (tool palette) 64, 109 peripheral cable, SCSI 6 photographs. See also originals handling film 141 printing 101 scanning 137 sending from scanner 42–43 Photoshop-compatible plug-in filters 106 Photoshop image format 41 PICT image format 41 plug-in module...
36–38 transparencies 145–148 troubleshooting 158 using Transparent Media Adapter 137 scanning text for use with OCR documents 89 into Xerox TextBridge application 90–93 Scan Router button (Dispatcher window) 33 Scan Router command (File menu) 99 Scan Router dialog box 42...
See also SCSI chain settings 13 terminators, purchasing 6 text adding 64, 70 moving into Xerox TextBridge application 92–93 scanning into Xerox TextBridge application 90–91 text and optical character, scanning 28 TextBridge application. See Xerox TextBridge application...
Scanned Text 93 Windows BMP image format 41 work areas 8–9 Index 145–148 76, 102 X, Y Xerox TextBridge application 89 assigning to Dispatcher 23–25 converting files to text in HTML format 94 installing 90 moving text into 92–93 scanning into 90–91...
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