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Introduction
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Chapter 1 Before Using the Scanner
Chapter 2 Setup
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings
Chapter 5 Other Scanning Methods
Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings
Chapter 7 Maintenance
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting
Chapter 9 Appendix
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  • Page 1 Cover ♦ Please read this manual before operating this scanner. ♦ After you finish reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference. Contents User Manual Back Next Page Introduction Contents Chapter 1 Before Using the Scanner Chapter 2 Setup Chapter 3 Basic Operation Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings...
  • Page 2 Trademarks Canon and the Canon logo are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and may also be trademarks or registered trademarks in other countries. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Canon DR-2010C/DR-2510C/DR-2010M/DR-2510M Document Scanner. Please read this manual thoroughly before using the scanner to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 4 7. Other Functions ... 32 Setting the Long Document Mode ... 32 Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings ... 35 1. What is CaptureOnTouch?... 35 2. Starting CaptureOnTouch ... 36 Quitting CaptureOnTouch... 37 Restarting CaptureOnTouch ... 37 3. Scanner Settings ... 37 Basic Scanner Settings ...
  • Page 5 4. Uninstalling the Software... 110 Uninstalling on Windows ... 110 Uninstalling on Mac OS X ... 112 Chapter 9 Appendix ... 113 Specifications... 113 Replacement Parts ... 114 External Dimensions ... 115 INDEX ... 117 Back Previous Page Next Page Contents...
  • Page 6 Chapter 1 Before Using the Scanner 1. Important Safety Instructions ... 6 Installation Location ... 6 AC Adapter ... 7 Moving the Scanner ... 7 Handling ... 8 Disposal ... 9 When sending the scanner for repairs... 9 2. Features of the Scanner ... 9 3.
  • Page 7: Ac Adapter

    AC adapter provided with the scanner with other products. • If you have any questions regarding the power supply, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative for further information. Moving the Scanner • When moving the scanner, always hold it with both hands to avoid dropping it.
  • Page 8: Handling

    OFF, and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. Then, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative for further information.
  • Page 9: Disposal

    Fast Document Feeding The DR-2510C/DR-2510M can scan a maximum of 25 documents per minute, and the DR-2010C/DR-2010M can scan a maximum of 20 documents per minute in a range of sizes from business card to LTR/A4 size. Scanning conditions: Black and white/color, LTR/A4 portrait orientation...
  • Page 10 Auto Color Detection The scanner detects whether the scanned document is in color or black and white, and saves the image accordingly. Folio Scan You can scan folded documents. The scanner will scan both sides and combine the scanned images into a single image. Deskew The scanner straightens scanned images when it detects that the document was placed askew.
  • Page 11: Names And Functions Of Parts

    3. Names and Functions of Parts This section describes the name and function of each part. Make sure to read this section and familiarize yourself with the parts of the scanner before using the scanner. Front View/Right-Side View Document Feed Tray Open to place documents.
  • Page 12: Setup

    Chapter 2 Setup 1. Scanner System Requirements ... 12 2. Installing the Software ... 13 Setup Disc ... 13 Software Installation (Windows) ... 14 Software Installation (Mac OS X) ... 16 Connecting the Scanner to the Computer ... 18 3. Turning the Power ON ... 19 Scanner Recognition ...
  • Page 13: Installing The Software

    • If you use the scanner with Windows, use the latest USB 2.0 driver made available by Microsoft. For details, consult your local authorized Canon dealer. • Use the USB interface provided as standard with your computer. However, normal operation is not guaranteed with all USB interfaces, even if present as standard equipment on the computer.
  • Page 14: Software Installation (Windows)

    Software Installation (Windows) Follow the procedure below to install the software. IMPORTANT • Install the software before connecting the scanner to the computer. • Log on to Windows as an Administrator. • Close all other applications before installing the software. Turn the power of the computer ON.
  • Page 15 When the driver installation is complete, click [Finish]. Click [Next]. Read the license agreement → click [Yes] to accept it. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Confirm the installation location → click [Next]. When the CapturePerfect 3.0 installation is complete, click [Finish]. Click [Next].
  • Page 16: Software Installation (Mac Os X)

    When the User Manual installation is complete, click [Finish]. Click [Exit] to finish installing the software. Remove the Setup disc from the CD-ROM drive. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Software Installation (Mac OS X) Follow the procedure below to install the software. Turn the power of the computer ON.
  • Page 17 Read the license agreement and click [Continue] to accept it. Click [Agree]. Click [Continue]. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Click [Upgrade]. When the confirmation screen appears, enter the password of a user with administrator rights, and then click [OK]. When the installation is complete, click [Close].
  • Page 18: Connecting The Scanner To The Computer

    Third-Party Software The following software is included on the Setup disc. For details on operating the software, refer to the Help for each software. • Presto! BizCard Business card management software from NewSoft Technology Corp. Run the following installer from the Setup disc to install. BizCard/BCRInstaller •...
  • Page 19: Turning The Power On

    Connect the plug of the AC adapter to the power connector on the back of the scanner. Use the supplied USB cable to connect the scanner to the computer. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents 3. Turning the Power ON When you turn the computer and the scanner ON for the first time, the Plug and Play function of Windows recognizes the scanner and automatically installs the required device driver.
  • Page 20 The scanner is automatically recognized as new hardware. In Windows, a balloon message such as shown below appears on the task bar. Simply wait a while, until the scanner is recognized automatically. When the scanner is properly connected to the computer, the (CaptureOnTouch) icon appears on the taskbar (or menu bar) as follows.
  • Page 21: Chapter 3 Basic Operation

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation 1. Documents ... 21 2. Preparing the Scanner ... 23 Preparing the Document Feed Tray... 23 Preparing the Document Eject Tray ... 23 Preparing the Document Stopper ... 23 3. Placing Documents ... 24 Feeding in the Page Separation Mode ... 24 Feeding in the Bypass Mode...
  • Page 22 IMPORTANT A document must meet the following criteria to be scannable: • When scanning multiple documents of different sizes, place the documents so that they cover the entire span of the feed rollers. • It is recommended that documents exceeding LTR, 11.69" (A4, 297 mm) size are fed one sheet at a time.
  • Page 23: Preparing The Scanner

    2. Preparing the Scanner Prepare the document feed tray according to the paper size and type. Preparing the Document Feed Tray Open the document feed tray. Preparing the Document Eject Tray Open the document eject tray. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents NOTE •...
  • Page 24: Placing Documents

    3. Placing Documents There are two methods for feeding documents, the Page Separation mode and Bypass mode. Feeding pages continuously from a stack of documents placed in the feed tray is called the Page Separation mode. Feeding documents one sheet at a time or feeding documents consisting of multiple pages that are attached, is called the bypass mode.
  • Page 25 Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the document. NOTE Before scanning, make sure that the document is not curled or creased, and that it is placed in the feed tray correctly. Scanning an improperly placed, curled, or creased document may damage the document or cause a paper jam.
  • Page 26: Feeding In The Bypass Mode

    Feeding in the Bypass Mode When scanning multiple page documents that are fastened together, such as invoices, place the documents so that the edge that is fastened together is facing down. Switch the feed selection lever to (Bypass). Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the document to be scanned (See p.24).
  • Page 27: Placing Folded Documents

    Place the card horizontally, with the reverse side facing you, and the top of the card facing down. CAUTION If you place cards to be fed vertically, they may not be ejected properly, and cards that get jammed may be damaged when you remove them. Take care of the orientation when placing cards.
  • Page 28: Scanning Methods

    NOTE • When scanning folded documents, switch the feed selection lever to (Bypass). • When placing folded documents, place the document into the scanner so that the fold is on the right side. The side of the folded document facing you will become the right side of the combined image.
  • Page 29: Practical Examples

    • CapturePerfect 3.0 (Windows only) This is scanning application for advanced users. It offers a variety of scanning methods and functions for editing the scanned image. For details on CapturePerfect 3.0, refer to "Scanning With CapturePerfect 3.0" below. Also refer to "CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide" in the electronic manual.
  • Page 30: Before Using Adobe Acrobat 9.0

    • To create separate files for each batch of documents during continuous scanning Select the [Feeding Option] by clicking [Automatic Feeding] or [Panel-Feeding] and set [Batch separation] to [Auto].This function is available only under Windows when the scanner driver was called from an ISIS compatible application.
  • Page 31: Clearing A Paper Jam

    6. Clearing a Paper Jam When paper jams occur during scanning, use the following procedure to clear them. CAUTION When removing jammed paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper. Remove any documents that have been left in the eject tray. Press the OPEN knob from both sides ( ), and pull the front unit out and downward to open it ( ).
  • Page 32: Other Functions

    NOTE • After removing the jammed paper, check to see if the last page was scanned correctly, and then continue scanning. • If a paper jam occurs when [Rapid recovery system] is enabled in the scanner driver setting screen, the image data of the document is not saved and operation is interrupted.
  • Page 33 Double-click [Scanners and Cameras]. Right-click [CANON DR-2010C USB] or [CANON DR-2510C USB] → click [Properties]. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Click the [Maintenance] tab → [Long Document Mode (1,000 mm)]. Click [Apply] → [OK]. Turn the scanner OFF and then ON again.
  • Page 34 Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Click [DR-2510M TWAIN] in the [Devices] menu. Click [Scan]. The settings screen for the scanner driver appears. Click the (information) button. The [Scanner Information] dialog box appears. Click [Maintenance]. The [Maintenance] dialog box appears. Click [Long document (1000mm)].
  • Page 35: Chapter 4 Captureontouch Settings

    Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings 1. What is CaptureOnTouch? ... 35 2. Starting CaptureOnTouch ... 36 Quitting CaptureOnTouch ... 37 Restarting CaptureOnTouch... 37 3. Scanner Settings ... 37 Basic Scanner Settings... 38 4. Output Method Settings ... 39 5. Scan First ... 40 6.
  • Page 36: Starting Captureontouch

    [Launch CaptureOnTouch] in the menu that appears, the CaptureOnTouch main screen appears. In Windows, you can also start from the Windows Start menu. Click [Start], point to [All Programs], point to [Canon DR-2510C] (or [Canon DR-2010C]), and then click [CaptureOnTouch].
  • Page 37: Quitting Captureontouch

    (menu bar). • In Windows, you can also restart from the Windows Start menu. Click [Start], point to [Programs] (or [All Programs]), point to [Canon DR-2510C] (or [Canon DR-2010C]), and then click [CaptureOnTouch]. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents 3.
  • Page 38: Basic Scanner Settings

    For [Select Scan Job] When using [Select Scan Job], you configure scanner settings for each job. IMPORTANT • Scanner settings include the basic settings found in the [Scanner setting] dialog box (or [Scanner setting] tab) and the advanced settings found in the driver settings screen.
  • Page 39: Output Method Settings

    [Text orientation recognition] The orientation of text in scanned images is detected, and the images are rotated to match the orientation of the text. [Use advanced settings dialog box] Scanner settings other than the basic settings are configured in the driver settings screen.
  • Page 40: Scan First

    [[Print] Print scanned images to a specified printer. When this method is selected, you must specify the printer to which images will be printed. [Send to application] Open scanned images with a specified application. When this method is selected, you must click the [Browse] button and specify the executable file for an application that can open the image file.
  • Page 41 Click [Scanner setting] to display the [Scanner setting] dialog box, and configure the scanner settings. For details on scanner setting items, refer to the Help. When you are finished configuring, click the [OK] button to close the [Scanner setting] dialog box. NOTE To scan multiple documents as a single image file or scan several documents in batches, select the [Enable continuous scanning] check box.
  • Page 42: Select Scan Job

    Configure settings for the output method, and click the output button to output the scanned images. The name of the output button differs depending on the selected output method. If you select [Save to folder] for the output method, for example, the output button appears as [Save].
  • Page 43 Click the [Register new job] button. The [Register new job] dialog box appears. NOTE If you select a registered job and click [Job list/edit], the [Job editing] dialog box appears allowing you to edit the settings of the selected job. Configure the job settings.
  • Page 44: Selecting Scan Jobs

    [Button assignment] tab Configure settings to assign the job to a job button on the scanner. If [Assign scanner button 1 to Scan First] is selected in the main screen, assignment to job button 1 is not available. Click the [OK] button. The job is registered according to the configured settings and appears in the job list.
  • Page 45 NOTE • If the [Confirm output] check box is selected, you can confirm output settings after scanning. • If the [Enable continuous scanning] check box is selected, you can continue scanning after all the pages of a document are scanned. Click the [Start] button.
  • Page 46: Scanning With The Job Buttons

    7. Scanning with the Job Buttons Under default settings, [Scan First] and [Select Scan Job] are pre-assigned to the three job buttons on the scanner. Job button Select Scan Job (Windows: Color PDF, Mac OS X: Color JPEG iPhoto) Select Scan Job (E-mail Color PDF) Scan First When you load a document in the scanner and press a job button, CaptureOnTouch launches and scanning begins.
  • Page 47: Basic Settings] Tab

    [Basic settings] Tab The [Basic settings] tab allows you to configure the following settings. [Launch method] When the [Launch CaptureOnTouch when scanner is connected] check box is selected, CaptureOnTouch will start when Windows detects that the scanner is connected. [Task tray icon] When the [Display icon in task tray when logged on] check box is cleared, (CaptureOnTouch icon) will not appear on the taskbar.
  • Page 48 [Maximum size of attached file] If the [Display confirmation message if file size exceeds the above] check box is selected and an attached file exceeds the size limit, a confirmation message will appear. • When using [Scan First], the confirmation message will appear after the entire document is scanned.
  • Page 49: Other Scanning Methods

    Back Previous Page Next Page Contents 1. Scanning with CapturePerfect 3.0 CapturePerfect 3.0 is an ISIS-compliant application developed for Canon document scanners. For more information on CapturePerfect 3.0, refer to the CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide. NOTE CapturePerfect 3.0 is a Windows-only application.
  • Page 50: Basic Scanning Procedure

    Scan Batch to File Documents are scanned with preset scanning conditions, and the scanned image data is saved to a specified folder. Scan Batch to Printer Documents are scanned with preset scanning conditions, and the scanned image data is printed to a specified printer. Scan Batch to Mail Documents are scanned with preset scanning conditions, and a MAPI-compliant e- mail client is started to generate a new e-mail message with the scanned images as...
  • Page 51 From the [Scan] menu, select [Select Scanner]. The [Select Scanner] dialog box appears. Select your scanner name → click [OK]. The [Configure Device Setlings] dialog box appears. NOTE If your scanner name is not displayed in the list of scanners, re-install the scanner driver (See "Installing the Software,"...
  • Page 52 Configure the scanning conditions. Specify the file name and format for the image file to be saved. For details on other settings in the [Scan Batch to File Setting] dialog box, see the CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide. Place the documents into the scanner, and click [Save] to start scanning. IMPORTANT Depending on the [Feeding Option] setting of the scanner driver, place your documents as follows:...
  • Page 53 When scanning is complete, select [Exit] from the [File] menu to quit CapturePerfect. Registering Scan Jobs and Scanning You can register the scanning conditions and scan mode in advance as a job with CapturePerfect. By selecting [Scan Job] from the [Scan] menu, you can specify these registered jobs and perform scanning.
  • Page 54 [Scan To Mail]: Attaches scanned images to an e-mail message and sends it. [Scan To Print]: Prints scanned images to a specified printer. Click [Detail Settings]. A settings dialog box based on the specified function appears. [Scan To PC]: Specify the file name, format, and destination for the image file to be saved. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents...
  • Page 55: Using The Scan Panel

    Click [OK] to close the [Register/Edit/Delete] dialog box. NOTE • You can register up to 99 jobs. • To edit the settings of a registered job, select the job and click [Create/Edit]. • To delete a registered job, select the job to delete and click [Delete]. Executing Scan Jobs Select a job title from the list box in the job registration toolbar.
  • Page 56: Scanner Driver Settings

    NOTE When you open the scanner driver in Windows, the Scan Panel icon appears on the taskbar. You can open the Scan Panel by double-clicking the icon. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents 4. Special Scanning This section describes examples of settings that can be specified when scanning with the scanner.
  • Page 57: Scanning Different Sized Documents Together

    Scanning Different Sized Documents Together You can set the scanning conditions to scan different sized documents, such as LTR and LGL (A4 and B5) documents, together, while detecting the correct size of the document. Set [Mode] on the scanner driver Settings screen to [Advanced Text Enhancement] (only for Windows) or [Advanced Text Enhancement II].
  • Page 58: Deskewing Documents

    Deskewing Documents You can set the scanning conditions to detect slanted document pages and straighten the scanned images. Select the [Deskew] check box on the scanner driver settings screen. For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner Driver Settings - Correcting Image Skewing."...
  • Page 59: Creating Smaller Files

    Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Creating Smaller Files You can set the scanning conditions to save the scanned image as a PDF file with a high compression rate, so that the file size is smaller. Select the [PDF] file format in the output settings, and set [Compression mode] to [High Compression] in the [Detail Settings].
  • Page 60: Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings

    Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings 1. Before Using the Scanner ... 60 2. Scan driver settings ... 62 Scan Mode Settings ... 64 Auto Color Detection ... 66 Paper Size Settings... 67 Scan Resolution Settings ... 68 Scanning Side Settings... 69 Correcting Image Skewing ...
  • Page 61 Select [Canon DR-2510C] or [Canon DR-2010C] → click [OK]. NOTE If [Canon DR-2510C] or [Canon DR-2010C] is not displayed in the list of scanners, reinstall the ISIS/TWAIN driver. (See "Installing the Software," on p. 13) Select the default page size from the drop-down list → click [OK].
  • Page 62: Scan Driver Settings

    Select [DR-2510M TWAIN] from the [Devices] menu. Click [Scan]. The Scanner driver settings screen appears. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents 2. Scan driver settings This section describes the various settings that can be made from the scanner driver settings screen. Scanner driver settings screen under Windows The ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box is displayed when you select [Scanner Setting] on the [Scan] menu of CapturePerfect 3.0.
  • Page 63 NOTE If you are using a TWAIN driver, the two extra settings below are displayed on the [Basic] tab and [Image processing] tab. Refer to the Help for details. -[Basic] tab: Scan options -[Image processing]: Black/white reversion Scanner driver settings screen under Mac OS X The Scanner driver settings screen under Max OS X has a Simple Mode and an Advanced Mode.
  • Page 64: Scan Mode Settings

    Scan Mode Settings This section describes the procedure for setting the scan mode to suit your needs. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab → select the scanning mode from the [Mode] drop-down list. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents...
  • Page 65 NOTE • You can select the following modes, according to the type of document you want to scan. Note that some functions may be restricted, depending on the mode settings. Black-and-White [Black and White] Use this mode to scan text and line drawing documents as black-and-white (binary) images.
  • Page 66: Auto Color Detection

    Auto Color Detection This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to automatically detect whether a document is in color or black-and-white when scanning. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab → select [Auto Color Detection] from the [Mode] drop-down list → click [Setting].
  • Page 67: Paper Size Settings

    NOTE • The settings you can specify are as follows. - [Color Saturation/Proportion of Color] Normally scan with the default values (Color Saturation: 2, Proportion of Color: 2), but change the settings when you want to scan a color document as a black- and-white document.
  • Page 68: Scan Resolution Settings

    Under Mac OS X Select [Auto-detection] for [Page Size]. (This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.) NOTE • Click [Auto-detection] to scan the following kinds of documents. Documents of undetermined size Documents including mixed page sizes When using the Long Document mode (See "Setting the Long Document Mode,"...
  • Page 69: Scanning Side Settings

    Under Mac OS X Select a suitable resolution setting for [Dots per inch]. (This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.) NOTE • Higher resolutions provide clearer images, but produce larger files. • When the selected resolution is 300 dpi or less, the [Moire Reduction] setting is automatically enabled to allow reduction of the moire effect (a shimmering, wavy pattern) in scanned images.
  • Page 70 Under Mac OS X Select a suitable setting for [Scanning Side]. (This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.) NOTE • Specify one of the settings below according to the page side setting you want to use. - [Simplex] Scan only the front side of documents loaded into the feeder.
  • Page 71: Correcting Image Skewing

    Correcting Image Skewing This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to detect slanted document pages and straighten the scanned images. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab → select the [Deskew] check box. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents...
  • Page 72: Moire Reduction

    Moire Reduction This section describes the procedure for setting to reduce the moire effect (a shimmering, wavy pattern) that may appear when scanning color documents or scanning in grayscale. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab → select [High Quality Moire Reduction] from the [Moire Reduction] drop-down list.
  • Page 73: Adjusting The Scan Area

    NOTE When a resolution higher than 300 dpi is selected for [Dots per inch], [High Quality Moire Reduction] is greyed out. • When a resolution of 240 dpi or less is selected for [Dots per inch], you can click [High Speed Moire Reduction]. •...
  • Page 74 Scan Area Dialog Box (ISIS Driver) Scan Area Dialog Box (TWAIN Driver) If there is a [Scan] item in the Settings dialog box of the application, it will look as follows. The Area window and [Preview] button are not displayed when using applications that display the [OK] button in the Properties dialog box.
  • Page 75: Brightness/Contrast Adjustment

    Under Mac OS X Switch to Advanced Mode and select the [Set Scanning Area] check box. The scan driver settings screen expands, giving access to more settings. Specify the area of the document to be scanned. • To directly specify the area by numeric input, enter the values into the [Width] and [Height] fields.
  • Page 76 Under Mac OS X Switch to Advanced Mode and move the [Brightness] and [Contrast] sliders to adjust the brightness and contrast of the scanned image. NOTE • The settings you can specify are as follows: [Brightness] Adjusts the brightness of images to be scanned. If images are too dark or if text on the back bleeds through, drag the slider to the right to increase the brightness.
  • Page 77: Gamma Curve Settings

    Gamma Curve Settings This section describes the procedure for adjusting the gamma level for scanning documents. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Brightness] tab → click [Gamma]. Select the [Custom] check box in the [Gamma Settings] dialog box → specify the settings as necessary.
  • Page 78: Image Contour Adjustment

    NOTE • When you make custom gamma correction settings, all settings related to the brightness of the scanned image will be set automatically. • The settings you can specify are as follows: Select Select the side and color for the custom setting. The color bar and color of the sample image are changed to show the specified color.
  • Page 79 Under Mac OS X Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing]. Adjust the [Edge emphasis] slider to correct the outline of the scanned image. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents NOTE Move the slider toward [Soft] to soften the image contours, or toward [Sharp] to sharpen the image contours.
  • Page 80: Image Rotation

    Image Rotation This section describes the procedure for rotating the orientation of the scanned image. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image processing] tab → select the angle to rotate the image from the [Document Orientation] drop-down list.
  • Page 81: Correcting Text Orientation

    NOTE The scanned image will be rotated as follows, according to the orientation of the placed document and the specified angle. Document: face down Document Orientation 0 degrees 90 degrees (clockwise) Scanned Image Contents Correcting Text Orientation This section describes the procedure for automatically correcting the orientation of the text when scanning.
  • Page 82: Removing The Document Background/Preventing Bleed Through

    Under Mac OS X Select the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box. (This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.) NOTE • When the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box is selected, the [Document Orientation] and scan area settings are disabled. •...
  • Page 83: Omitting A Specific Color

    Under Mac OS X Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing]. Set [Prevent Bleed Through / Remove Background] to [ON] and adjust the slider to control the level of bleed-through prevention and background removal. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Omitting a Specific Color This section describes the procedure for setting to omit borders and ruled lines...
  • Page 84 Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Under Mac OS X NOTE You can specify different settings for the front and back side of the document. Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing]. Under [Color drop-out], select a color to ignore.
  • Page 85: Enhancing The Red Color

    Enhancing the Red Color This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to enhance the red color when performing black-and-white scanning. Under Windows NOTE If you select [24-bit Color] or [Auto Color Detection] from the [Mode] drop-down list of the [Basic] tab, you cannot specify this setting. In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image processing] tab →...
  • Page 86: Rapid Recovery System

    Under [Color drop-out], select [Red Enhance]. NOTE You can set specify different settings for the front and back side of the document. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Rapid Recovery System This section describes the procedure for setting the system recovery method used by the scanner when document feeding stops due to a paper jam or other error during scanning.
  • Page 87 Under Mac OS X Switch to Advanced Mode and click [More]. Select the [Rapid recovery system] check box. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents NOTE If you select [Rapid recovery system] and a paper jam or other error causes document feeding to stop while scanning, scanning stops without sending an error notification to the application program.
  • Page 88: Double Feed Detection

    Double Feed Detection This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to stop document feeding when double feeding of document pages is detected. Under Windows Click the [Others] tab → select the [Detect by Length] or [Detect by Ultrasonic] (for the DR-2510C only) check box under [Double Feed Detection →...
  • Page 89: Feeding Options

    When switched to Advanced Mode, the detection method can be selected (DR-2510M only). NOTE • Details of each detection method are indicated below. [Detect by Length] This detection method is effective when scanning documents of the same size. It detects double-feeding when a document is 2.0" (50 mm) longer or 2.0" (50) mm shorter than the standard length (the length of the first document).
  • Page 90 Under Mac OS X Switch to Advanced Mode and click [More]. Under [Feeding Option], select the document feeding method. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents NOTE • Details of each feeding method are indicated below. [Standard Feeding] This feeding method is good for scanning small batches of documents that are loaded one batch at a time: scanning stops when the loaded documents have been scanned.
  • Page 91: Prescan

    Prescan This section describes the procedure for checking a scanned image and adjusting the brightness and contrast accordingly. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Others] tab → select the [Prescan] check box. Specify the location, file name, and file format to save the image → click [Save] to start scanning.
  • Page 92 Under Mac OS X Select the [Check the image of the first page] check box and start scanning. (This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.) The Scanner driver settings screen expands, and the scanned image of the first page appears in the preview area.
  • Page 93: Registering Scanning Conditions

    Registering Scanning Conditions This section describes the procedure for registering specified scanning conditions. Under Windows Specify the scanning conditions as necessary on the [Basic] tab, [Brightness] tab, [Image processing] tab, and [Others] tab of the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box. Click the [Basic] tab →...
  • Page 94: Checking The Version

    Checking the Version This section describes the procedure for checking the version of the ISIS/TWAIN driver you are currently using. Under Windows In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab → click [About]. Check the content of the [About] dialog box → click [OK]. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents...
  • Page 95: Maintenance

    Chapter 7 Maintenance 1. Regular Maintenance ... 95 Cleaning the Scanner... 95 Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner ... 95 Cleaning the Sensor Glass and the Rollers ... 96 2. Removing and Attaching the Rollers and Document Holding Guide ... 98 Roller Replacement Cycle...
  • Page 96: Cleaning The Sensor Glass And The Rollers

    Scratches on the sensor glass may cause marks on the images, as well as feeding errors. If there are scratches on the sensor glass, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative. Clean the rollers by wiping the exposed part without turning them.
  • Page 97 Clean the rollers by wiping the exposed part without turning them. Wipe the document holding guide with a cloth that has been dampened with water and thoroughly wrung out. Remove the retard roller and feeding roller (See p. 101 and p. 103.). IMPORTANT Remove the retard roller and feeding roller from the scanner to clean them, and make sure to reattach them to the scanner when cleaning is finished.
  • Page 98: Removing And Attaching The Rollers And Document Holding Guide

    Make sure to reset the counter after replacing the rollers (See "Resetting the Counter," on p. 98.). • For information about the exchange roller kit (feeding roller, retard roller,) contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents...
  • Page 99 Control Panel (Classic View) If the Control Panel is displayed with the Category View, switch to Classic View. Double-click [Scanners and Cameras]. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Right-click [CANON DR-2510C USB] or [CANON DR-2010C USB] → click [Properties].
  • Page 100 Click the [Maintenance] tab → [Reset]. Confirm that the counter for the selected roller is set to 0 → click [OK]. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Under Mac OS X Start Image Capture. To start Image Capture, click the hard disk icon (e.g. [Macintosh HD]), the [Applications] folder, and then the [Image Capture] icon.
  • Page 101: Removing/Attaching The Feeding Roller

    Click [Maintenance]. The [Maintenance] dialog box appears. Click [Reset]. Click to close the dialog box. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Removing/Attaching the Feeding Roller To remove or attach the feeding roller, follow the procedure below. CAUTION Use caution when removing or attaching the feeding roller. Using excessive force may cause damage or personal injury.
  • Page 102 Open the roller cover on the main unit by placing your fingers in the grooves and pulling it down. Lift up the roller fixing lever ( ), and slide it to the left ( ). Remove the feeding roller by moving it to the left to detach it from its shaft, and pull it out of the slot.
  • Page 103: Removing/Attaching The Retard Roller

    Close the roller cover. Make sure that the cover is completely closed by pushing until you hear a click. Close the front unit by gently pushing it up on both sides until it clicks into place. Make sure that the front unit is completely closed by pushing until you hear a click.
  • Page 104 Grasp the ends of the roller cover inside the front unit and pull it down to open it. Lift up the roller fixing lever ( ), and slide it to the right ( ). Remove the retard roller by moving it to the right to detach it from its shaft, and pull it out.
  • Page 105: Removing/Attaching The Document Holding Guide

    Close the roller cover. Make sure that the cover is completely closed by pushing until you hear a click. Close the front unit by gently pushing it up on both sides until it clicks into place. Make sure that the front unit is completely closed by pushing until you hear a click.
  • Page 106: Troubleshooting

    1. Common Problems and Solutions This section provides recommended solutions to common problems. If you have a problem that is not solved by the following, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Problem 1 The scanner will not turn on. Solutions (1) Confirm that the power switch is set correctly.
  • Page 107 If the problem cannot be solved by cleaning, the internal glass may be scratched. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Problem 6 Pages are missing.
  • Page 108: Software Troubleshooting

    CaptureOnTouch or CapturePerfect. In this case, select "None" as the image file compression format before scanning. If CapturePerfect cannot open some PDF files Some PDF files created by non-Canon programs cannot be opened by CapturePerfect. Back Previous Page Next Page Contents 3.
  • Page 109 CapturePerfect Scanner setting configurations cannot be copied or backed up in CapturePerfect. Can I copy or back up CaptureOnTouch settings? Click the [Environ. Settings] button to display the [Environmental settings] dialog box, where setting configurations can be backed up and restored using [Backup/ Restore] on the [Basic settings] tab.
  • Page 110: Uninstalling The Software

    How can I attach scanned data to an e-mail (or send it as e-mail)? CaptureOnTouch • For Scan First scanning, select [Attach to E-mail] on the output method selection screen. • For selected job scanning, select "Attach to E-mail" as the [Output method] when registering the job.
  • Page 111 Back Previous Page Next Page Contents Uninstalling the ISIS/TWAIN Driver and CaptureOnTouch From the Programs list, click [Canon DR-2510C Driver] / [Canon DR- 2010C Driver] (or [DR-2510C CaptureOnTouch] / [DR-2010C CaptureOnTouch]) → click [Remove]. The delete confirmation screen appears. Click [Yes] in the [DR-2510C Setup] / [DR-2010C Setup] dialog box.
  • Page 112: Uninstalling On Mac Os X

    Previous Page Next Page Contents Uninstalling on Mac OS X No uninstaller is provided for Mac OS X drivers. To uninstall, use Finder to delete the following files. Scanner Driver: /Library/Image Capture/TWAIN Data Sources/DR2510M.ds /Applications/Canon DR-2510M CaptureOnTouch: /Library/Receipts/DR-2510M Driver.pkg /Library/Receipts/DR-2510M CaptureOnTouch.pkg...
  • Page 113: Appendix

    (Conditions: Pentium 4 3.2 GHz CPU/Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz, 1 GB memory, LTR/A4 document size) Black and White Simplex 200 x 200 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M), 20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M) 300 x 300 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M), 20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M) ) 0.002" to 0.0079"...
  • Page 114: Replacement Parts

    For information on replacing the document holding guide, see "Removing/ 20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M) Attaching the Document Holding Guide," on p. 105. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative for 40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M) detailed information about the replacement parts. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 115: External Dimensions

    Back Previous Page Next Page Contents External Dimensions 11.7" (298mm) 6.3" (160mm) 19.5" (490mm)
  • Page 116 Model DR-2510C is the sales name of model M11064. Model DR-2010M is identical to model M11074. Model DR-2010M is the sales name of model M11074. Model DR-2510M is identical to model M11073. Model DR-2510M is the sales name of model M11073.
  • Page 117: Index

    INDEX AC Adapter ... 7 Batch Separation ... 90 Bypass mode ... 26 CaptureOnTouch ... 35 Job buttons ... 46 Output methods ... 39 Scan First ... 40 Scanner settings ... 37 Select Scan Job ... 42 Starting ... 36 CapturePerfect 3.0 ...
  • Page 118 Document eject tray ... 23 Document feed tray ... 23 Document stopper ... 23 Recognizing the scanner by computer ... 19 Replacement parts ... 114 Retard roller Attaching ... 104 Removing ... 103 Roller, replacing Counter, resetting ... 98 Replacement cycle ... 98 Scan Panel ...