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P3PC-4452-04ENZ2
Advanced Operation Guide
(Windows)

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    P3PC-4452-04ENZ2 Advanced Operation Guide (Windows)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Attaching Files to E-mail ........................28 E-mail Program Settings ........................ 31 Using ScanSnap as a Copy Machine to Print Scanned Images with a Printer..........32 Managing Scanned Images in a Digital File Cabinet ................. 34 Managing Notes and Scanned Images Together ..................36 Saving Data to a Mobile Device ......................

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    Correcting the Scanned Image Orientation ..................152 Modifying the Crop Area ......................155 Adding the Necessary Scanned Images..................157 Deleting Unnecessary Scanned Images..................159 Setting ScanSnap Manager ....................162 How to Configure Scan Settings ......................163 Quick Menu Settings .......................... 165 Changing Display Mode....................... 166 Changing Display Order.......................

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    Automatic Linkage with Applications ..................... 185 Changing Automatic Linkage Mode ....................188 When Two ScanSnaps Are Connected to a Computer (For SV600) ............189 Connecting the ScanSnap to a Wireless LAN (For iX500)................ 191 Using ScanSnap Organizer....................192 Basic Operation Procedure ......................... 193 Managing Files ..........................

  • Page 5: About This Manual

    About This Manual About This Manual "Safety Information" (page 6) "Trademarks" (page 7) "Manufacturer" (page 8) "Symbols Used in This Manual" (page 9) "Arrow Symbols in This Manual" (page 10) "Screen Examples in This Manual" (page 11) "For Windows 8.1 or Windows 8 Users" (page 12) "Abbreviations Used in This Manual"...

  • Page 6: Safety Information

    Safety Information Safety Information The attached "Safety Precautions" manual contains important information about the safe and correct use of the ScanSnap. Make sure that you read and understand it before using the ScanSnap.

  • Page 7: Trademarks

    United States and other countries. Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Protected Setup, and the Wi-Fi Protected Setup logo are trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance. ScanSnap, the ScanSnap logo, ScanSnap Manager, ScanSnap Organizer, CardMinder, and Rack2- Filer are registered trademarks or trademarks of PFU LIMITED in Japan.

  • Page 8: Manufacturer

    Manufacturer Manufacturer PFU LIMITED International Sales Dept., Imaging Business Division, Products Group Solid Square East Tower 580 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-8563, Japan Phone: (81-44)-540-4538 ©PFU LIMITED 2013...

  • Page 9: Symbols Used In This Manual

    Symbols Used in This Manual Symbols Used in This Manual The following indications are used in this manual to obviate any chance of accident or damage to you and people near you, and your property. Warning labels indicate the warning level and statements.

  • Page 10: Arrow Symbols In This Manual

    Arrow Symbols in This Manual Arrow Symbols in This Manual Right-arrow symbols (→) are used to connect icons or menu options you should select in succession. Example: Select [Start] menu → [Computer].

  • Page 11: Screen Examples In This Manual

    The notification area is located at the far right of the taskbar. The explanations in this manual use the case in which the ScanSnap Manager icon is always displayed in the notification area.

  • Page 12: For Windows 8.1 Or Windows 8 Users

    For Windows 8.1 or Windows 8 Users For Windows 8.1 or Windows 8 Users To start ScanSnap applications or display Control Panel, use the All apps screen. The All apps screen is displayed by following the procedure below. Windows 8.1 Click on the lower left side of the Start screen.

  • Page 13: Abbreviations Used In This Manual

    Abbreviations Used in This Manual Abbreviations Used in This Manual When a ScanSnap model is referred to in this manual, "Color Image Scanner ScanSnap" is omitted. Also, the following abbreviations are used in this manual. Abbreviation Used Designation Windows 8.1 ®...

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    FineReader for ScanSnap refers to the ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap bundled with the ScanSnap. Note that ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap may be upgraded without notice. If the descriptions in this manual differ from the actual displayed screens, refer to the ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap User's Guide.

  • Page 15: How To Perform A Scan

    Scanning Using the Quick Menu After scanning the document using the ScanSnap, you can simply select the application from the displayed menu to save, send as e-mail, or print the scanned image, as well as link the ScanSnap with an application or cloud services.

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    "Profile" (page 64). Scanning Using ScanSnap Folder By selecting ScanSnap Folder from the file selection window of the application, you can scan a document from the ScanSnap. You can use the scanned document file directly in the application. Select ScanSnap Folder...

  • Page 17: Selecting Operations From The Quick Menu

    Selecting Operations from the Quick Menu Selecting Operations from the Quick Menu The Quick Menu will allow you to start using the ScanSnap right away even if it is your first time. Select an application from the Quick Menu to perform the following desired operations: "Using Scanned Images"...

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    Selecting Operations from the Quick Menu Send Document Files to Others via E-mail. Scan to E-mail Send an e-mail message to others with the scanned image file attached. ATTENTION Up to ten files can be attached to an e-mail message. When you scan more than one document with the scan settings shown below, multiple files are created.

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    Organize and Manage the Scanned Document Files. Scan to ScanSnap Organizer Save the scanned images in a folder specified in ScanSnap Organizer, allowing you to organize and manage the scanned images in ScanSnap Organizer. Displayed when ScanSnap Organizer is installed.

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    Have the scanned image text recognized and converted into a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document. Displayed when ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap (5.0 or later) is installed. HINT It is recommended that you select [Automatic resolution] or [Best] for [Image quality] on the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window.

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    Selecting Operations from the Quick Menu Displayed when Evernote for Windows 3.5 or later is installed. Manage Handwritten Notes through Linkage with Evernote. Scan to Evernote (Note) Save JPEG files in Evernote. Displayed when Evernote for Windows 3.5 or later is installed. Manage Scanned Documents through Linkage with Google Docs.

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    Selecting Operations from the Quick Menu HINT You can freely add applications to the Quick Menu. For details, refer to "Managing Linked Applications" (page 172).

  • Page 23: Managing Scanned Images In Scansnap Organizer

    The [ScanSnap Organizer] window appears. ATTENTION l You cannot start scanning when the Quick Menu is displayed. Wait until ScanSnap Organizer links before scanning another document. l Do not move, delete, or rename scanned images using other applications while the Quick Menu is displayed.

  • Page 24: Filing And Organizing Business Cards

    Quick Menu. a The [CardMinder] window appears. Check the scanned card image and the text recognition result. ATTENTION l You cannot start scanning when the Quick Menu is displayed. Wait until ScanSnap Manager links with CardMinder before scanning another document.

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    199) and the CardMinder Help. l Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Manager can link with CardMinder automatically. For details, refer to "Automatic Linkage with Applications" (page 185).

  • Page 26: Managing Scanned Images In A Specified Folder

    The default e-mail program is used as the e-mail program to link with. The e-mail program may not properly link with ScanSnap Manager even if it is the default e-mail program. In this case, contact the manufacturer of the e-mail software.

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    Managing Scanned Images in a Specified Folder Click the [Save] button. a The scanned image file is saved in the specified folder. HINT When you select the [State a path to a destination folder in an E-mail message] checkbox in the [Scan to Folder] window, a new message window appears listing the destination folder path where the file is saved.

  • Page 28: Attaching Files To E-mail

    The default e-mail program is used as the e-mail program to link with. The e-mail program may not properly link with ScanSnap Manager even if it is the default e-mail program. In this case, contact the manufacturer of the e-mail software.

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    Attaching Files to E-mail Preview Click the [Attach to E-mail] button. a A new e-mail message window appears with the file attached.

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    171). l Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to attach scanned images to e-mail. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 31: E-mail Program Settings

    [Programs] tab → [E-mail] is used to link with ScanSnap Manager. If no e-mail program is selected, select an e-mail program to link with ScanSnap Manager in the [E- mail]. E-mail programs that can be selected here can be set to link with ScanSnap Manager.

  • Page 32: Using Scansnap As A Copy Machine To Print Scanned Images With A Printer

    Images with a Printer This section explains how to print the scanned image with a printer. When a printer links with ScanSnap Manager, the ScanSnap can be used as a copy machine. ATTENTION l Note that shadows around the edges of the document may appear as lines on the generated scanned image, depending on the scanning method and paper conditions.

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    Using ScanSnap as a Copy Machine to Print Scanned Images with a Printer Preview Click the [Print] button. a The scanned image is printed. ATTENTION l You cannot start scanning after the Quick Menu is displayed and before the [Scan to Print] window is closed.

  • Page 34: Managing Scanned Images In A Digital File Cabinet

    This section explains how to save the scanned image as a PDF file to the following: l Rack2-Filer Smart l Rack2-Filer ATTENTION The following settings in ScanSnap Manager are disabled when the scanned image is saved to Rack2- Filer Smart or Rack2-Filer: l Rename file after scanning l Color high compression...

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    Rack2-Filer Smart or Rack2-Filer is completed. HINT l For SV600, when "Scan to Rack2-Filer Smart" is linked with ScanSnap Manager to scan a book, you can digitally reproduce the actual book on your computer by scanning the cover and spine of the book as well as its content.

  • Page 36: Managing Notes And Scanned Images Together

    Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to Magic Desktop. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 37: Saving Data To A Mobile Device

    .NET Framework 3.0 is not included in .NET Framework 4 or later version. l You need to have ScanSnap Connect Application installed in the mobile device in order to use this function. Download ScanSnap Connect Application for the mobile device from an application store such as the App Store or Google Play.

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    Saving Data to a Mobile Device HINT l On a window that appears when [Scan to Mobile] is started for the first time, click the [OK] button to open the [Scan to Mobile - Basic] window. In the [Scan to Mobile - Basic] window, enter a password to connect to the mobile device.

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    [Unblock] buttons to continue processing. Connect to the computer from your mobile device. For details about connecting to the computer from your mobile device, refer to the ScanSnap Connect Application User's Guide for your mobile device. a When the connection is established, the [Scan to Mobile] window appears showing the mobile device that is currently connected to the computer.

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    HINT l For details about the features of ScanSnap Connect Application for mobile devices and how to use it, refer to the ScanSnap Connect Application User's Guide for your mobile device. l The settings for [Scan to Mobile] can be changed. For details, refer to "Changing the Settings of...

  • Page 41: Saving Data To Your Dropbox Folder

    (page 171). Check the scanned image in the preview area. In the [Scan to Dropbox] window, you can rename the file and specify your Dropbox folder. For details about the [Scan to Dropbox] window, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

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    171). l Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to Dropbox. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 43: Saving Documents To Evernote (as A Pdf File)

    Text recognition is performed. The following window appears during text recognition. HINT l If [JPEG(*.jpg)] is selected for [File format] in the [File option] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, a separate PDF file will be created from each JPEG file.

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    171). l Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to Evernote. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 45: Saving Handwritten Notes To Evernote (as A Jpeg File)

    Evernote for Windows starts up, and the JPEG file is saved to Evernote. HINT l When you select [PDF(*.pdf)] for [File format] in the [File option] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, a JPEG file is created from a PDF file. A single JPEG file is created for each page of the PDF file.

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    HINT l Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to Evernote. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 47: Saving Documents To Google Docs

    Saving Documents to Google Docs Saving Documents to Google Docs This section explains how to save the scanned image as a PDF file to Google Docs. ATTENTION l You need to create a Google account (free). l You need to have .NET Framework 3.0 installed in order to use this function. Note that .NET Framework 3.0 is also included in .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1 or later).

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    Saving Documents to Google Docs HINT l If [JPEG(*.jpg)] is selected for [File format] in the [File option] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, a separate PDF file will be created from each JPEG file. The following window appears during file creation.

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    Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to Google Docs. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 50: Posting To Salesforce Chatter

    This section explains how to post a scanned image as a PDF or a JPEG file to Salesforce Chatter. ATTENTION l A Salesforce CRM license is required separately. l ScanSnap Manager can link with the following Salesforce editions: Unlimited Enterprise l You need to have .NET Framework 3.0 installed in order to use this function.

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    Check the scanned image in the preview area. You can configure the settings for scanning to Salesforce Chatter in the [Scan to Salesforce Chatter] window. For details about the [Scan to Salesforce Chatter] window, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help. Preview Click the [Post] button.

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    Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to send scanned images to Salesforce Chatter. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 53: Saving Data To Your Sugarsync Folder

    (page 171). Check the scanned image in the preview area. In the [Scan to SugarSync] window, you can rename the file and specify your SugarSync folder. For details about the [Scan to SugarSync] window, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

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    171). l Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to "Profile" (page 64). l ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to SugarSync. For details, refer to "ScanSnap Folder Operations" (page 79).

  • Page 55: Converting Into Word, Excel, Or Powerpoint Documents

    For details about the applications that are supported by ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap and their versions, refer to the ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap User's Guide. After installing a supported application, enable the application.

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    Converting into Word, Excel, or PowerPoint Documents a When the conversion is completed, Word, Excel, or PowerPoint starts up, and the conversion result is displayed. ATTENTION l You cannot start scanning when the Quick Menu is displayed. Wait until the conversion is over to scan another document.

  • Page 57: Optical Character Recognition (ocr) Function Of Abbyy Finereader For Scansnap

    ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap is an application used exclusively with the ScanSnap. This program can perform text recognition only for PDF files created by using the ScanSnap. It cannot perform text recognition for files created using Adobe Acrobat or other applications.

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    Converting into Word, Excel, or PowerPoint Documents Application Suitable for Text Recognition Not Suitable for Text Recognition ABBYY Scan to Documents containing simple tables with Documents containing: Excel(R) no cells merged l Tables with no solid border lines l Tables with complicated cell formats l Complex tables containing sub-tables l Diagrams l Graphs...

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    Converting into Word, Excel, or PowerPoint Documents l Skewed documents l Documents written in languages other than the specified language l Documents with characters on an unevenly colored background Example: Shaded characters l Documents with many decorated characters Example: Decorated characters (embossed/outlined) l Documents with characters on a patterned background Example: Characters overlapping illustrations and diagrams l Documents with many characters contacting underlines or borders...

  • Page 60: Managing Scanned Images In Sharepoint

    SharePoint setting, contact the system administrator. l Once you register the SharePoint site, ScanSnap Manager automatically connects to that site from the next startup of Scan to Microsoft SharePoint. For more details, refer to the Scan to Microsoft SharePoint User's Guide.

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    The scanned image is saved in the specified document library. ATTENTION l You cannot start scanning when the Quick Menu is displayed. Wait until ScanSnap Manager links with Microsoft SharePoint before scanning another document. l Do not move, delete, or rename scanned images using other applications while the Quick Menu is displayed.

  • Page 62: Managing Scanned Images In The Picture Folder (as Jpeg Files)

    In the [Scan to Picture Folder] window, you can rename the file, change the destination folder, and specify whether to save the scanned image in the folder specified for [Image saving folder]. For details about the [Scan to Picture Folder] window, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

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    Managing Scanned Images in the Picture Folder (as JPEG Files) Preview Click the [Save] button. a The scanned image is saved in the Pictures folder. ATTENTION l You cannot start scanning after the Quick Menu is displayed and before the [Scan to Picture Folder] window is closed.

  • Page 64: Profile

    "How to Configure Scan Settings" (page 163) HINT l To use a profile, you need to clear the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox in the ScanSnap setup window. l You can also select a profile from [Profile] in the ScanSnap setup window.

  • Page 65: Using Profiles To Perform Scanning

    Using Profiles to Perform Scanning This section explains how to use profiles to perform scanning. The following explains an example in which the scanned image file is saved to ScanSnap Organizer. Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears.

  • Page 66

    HINT When you connect SV600 and another ScanSnap to a computer, the Left-Click Menu specific to each ScanSnap is displayed. In that case, select a profile from the Left-Click Menu for the ScanSnap model you use. Scan documents with the ScanSnap.

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    Using Profiles to Perform Scanning...

  • Page 68: Profile Management

    "Changing the Display Order of Profiles" (page 75) "Deleting Profiles" (page 77) HINT When you connect SV600 and another ScanSnap to a computer, you can change the settings for each ScanSnap. For details, refer to "When Two ScanSnaps Are Connected to a Computer (For SV600)"...

  • Page 69: Adding Profiles

    Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears. Clear the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox. Configure the scan settings in each tab. For details about each tab, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help. Select [Add Profile] from the [Profile].

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    The [Add new profile] window appears. Type in a new profile name and click the [OK] button. a The added profile appears in [Profile] in the ScanSnap setup window. Click the [OK] button to close the ScanSnap setup window.

  • Page 71: Changing Profiles

    Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears. Clear the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox. Select a profile to change from [Profile]. Change the scan settings in each tab. For details about each tab, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

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    Profile Management When you finish changing the settings for the selected profile, click the [OK] button. a The overwrite confirmation window appears. To overwrite the profile, click the [Yes] button. To save the settings as "Standard", click the [No] button. HINT The confirmation message does not appear when the [Standard] profile is selected in step 3.

  • Page 73: Renaming Profiles

    If you cannot select [Profile Management] in the Right-Click Menu, clear the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox in the ScanSnap setup window. l You can also display the [ScanSnap Manager - Profile Management] window by selecting [Profile Management] from [Profile] in the ScanSnap setup window.

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    Profile Management a The profile is renamed. Click the [Close] button to close the [ScanSnap Manager - Profile Management] window.

  • Page 75: Changing The Display Order Of Profiles

    If you cannot select [Profile Management] in the Right-Click Menu, clear the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox in the ScanSnap setup window. l You can also display the [ScanSnap Manager - Profile Management] window by selecting [Profile Management] from [Profile] in the ScanSnap setup window.

  • Page 76

    Profile Management Click the [Close] button to close the [ScanSnap Manager - Profile Management] window.

  • Page 77: Deleting Profiles

    If you cannot select [Profile Management] in the Right-Click Menu, clear the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox in the ScanSnap setup window. l You can also display the [ScanSnap Manager - Profile Management] window by selecting [Profile Management] from [Profile] in the ScanSnap setup window.

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    Profile Management Click the [Close] button to close the [ScanSnap Manager - Profile Management] window.

  • Page 79: Scansnap Folder Operations

    Those without a file format specified HINT The files in ScanSnap Folder will be deleted automatically after a set number of days because it is a temporary folder. The number of days to keep the files can be changed. For details, refer to the...

  • Page 80: Using Scansnap Folder To Perform Scanning

    Using ScanSnap Folder to Perform Scanning Using ScanSnap Folder to Perform Scanning This section explains how to use ScanSnap Folder to perform scanning. The following explains an example in which the scanned image file is attached to an e-mail in Windows Live Mail.

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    For Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista, when you select the ScanSnap Folder located in [Favorites] ([Favorite Links] for Windows Vista), scanning becomes available in some applications. Select ScanSnap Folder. a A pop-up balloon appears from the ScanSnap Manager icon in the notification area, and scanning becomes available.

  • Page 82

    When scanning is completed, the [ScanSnap Folder] window appears. Check the scanned image in the preview area. In the [ScanSnap Folder] window, you can rename the file and convert the file format. For details about the [ScanSnap Folder] window, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

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    Using ScanSnap Folder to Perform Scanning Preview Click the [Save] button. a The file is saved to ScanSnap Folder.

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    Using ScanSnap Folder to Perform Scanning Select the file to be attached, and click the [Open] button. a The file is attached. HINT You can enable or disable ScanSnap Folder. For details, refer to "Enabling or Disabling ScanSnap Folder" (page 85).

  • Page 85: Enabling Or Disabling Scansnap Folder

    In the [Application] tab, click the [Application Settings] button. a The [ScanSnap Folder - Options] window appears. Click the [Enable] or [Disable] button. a A message appears to confirm whether you want to switch the availability of ScanSnap Folder. Click the [Yes] button.

  • Page 86: Scan Settings For Your Intended Use

    This section explains how to configure scan settings for creating scanned images depending on your intended use. Scan settings can be configured in the ScanSnap setup window. "Scanning Only One Side of a Document (Not Applicable to either S1100 or SV600)" (page 87) "Scanning Color Documents in Gray or Black &...

  • Page 87: Scanning Only One Side Of A Document (not Applicable To Either S1100 Or Sv600)

    Scanning Only One Side of a Document (Not Applicable to either S1100 or SV600) To scan only one side of a document, in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, select [Simplex Scan] in the [Scanning side] drop-down list.

  • Page 88: Scanning Color Documents In Gray Or Black & White

    Scanning Color Documents in Gray or Black & White If you want to scan color documents and save them in gray or black & white, select [Gray] or [B&W] from the [Color mode] drop-down list in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window.

  • Page 89: Scanning Color Documents In High Compression

    Therefore, this function is not suitable for scanning color documents such as photographs. To scan color documents in high compression mode, select [Color high compression] from the [Color mode] drop-down list in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window.

  • Page 90: Deleting Blank Pages (not Applicable To Sv600)

    (blank pages). ATTENTION Blank pages are not deleted when CardMinder is used. To delete blank pages, select [Blank page removal] in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window. ATTENTION The following documents may be detected as blank.

  • Page 91: Correcting Skewed Character Strings

    If the Carrier Sheet is used for scanning, skewed character strings are not corrected. HINT When [Automatic detection] is specified for [Paper size] in the [Paper] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, the skew in the image is always corrected. Therefore, [Deskew by text on document] does not have to be enabled.

  • Page 92

    Correcting Skewed Character Strings Click the [OK] button to close all open windows. ATTENTION l Up to ±5 degrees of skew can be corrected. l Skewed characters are corrected based on the character strings printed on the document. Therefore, the scanned image for the following types of documents may be adjusted at the wrong angle.

  • Page 93: Rotating A Scanned Image To Its Correct Orientation

    In the case of SV600, if you select [Select later] from [Document type] in the [Paper] tab of the ScanSnap setup window to scan a document and then select [Correct and save double-page spread document images (book/magazine)] in the [ScanSnap Manager - Image scanning and file saving] window, the scanned image is not rotated automatically to its correct orientation.

  • Page 94

    Rotating a Scanned Image to Its Correct Orientation l Skewed documents l Documents written in an unsupported language (language other than Japanese/English/ French/ German/Italian/Spanish/Chinese (simplified)/Chinese (traditional)/Korean/Russian/ Portuguese) l Documents with complex layouts l Documents with a large amount of image noise l Documents with faint characters l Documents with faded characters...

  • Page 95: Reducing Bleed-through

    The bleed-through that appears in the scanned image when there is text or illustration on the back side of the document can be reduced. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Scanning] tab, and click the [Option] button. a The [Scanning mode option] window appears.

  • Page 96

    Reducing Bleed-Through a The following message appears. Click the [OK] button to close all open windows. ATTENTION For documents described below, bleed-through reduction may not function effectively. In that case, clear the [Reduce bleed-through] checkbox. l Documents with light colored letters or pictures/documents with thin letters or lines/documents with a dark background color The color may not be reproduced or the color may be changed.

  • Page 97: Reducing The Effect Of Lighting (for Sv600)

    This process makes scanning speed slower than usual. It also makes the waiting time to start scanning longer for continuous scanning. l This process may take extra time depending on your computer system environment. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Scanning] tab, and click the [Option] button. a The [Scanning mode option] window appears.

  • Page 98

    Reducing the Effect of Lighting (For SV600) a The following message appears. Click the [OK] button to close all open windows.

  • Page 99: Reducing Faded Colors And Blown-out Highlights (for Sv600)

    [Reduce bleed-through] checkbox l [Brightness (black & white only)] checkbox l [Increase text contrast] checkbox In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Scanning] tab, select [Color] for [Color mode], and click the [Option] button. a The [Scanning mode option] window appears.

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    Reducing Faded Colors and Blown-Out Highlights (For SV600) a The following message appears. Click the [OK] button to close all the windows.

  • Page 101: Correcting Skewed Text (for Sv600)

    Documents without a horizontal line l Documents with fine (less than 0.5 point thick), broken, dotted, wavy, or light-colored lines In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Scanning] tab, and click the [Option] button. a The [Scanning mode option] window appears.

  • Page 102

    Correcting Skewed Text (For SV600) Click the [OK] button to close all open windows. HINT When a book is scanned, the horizontally skewed text, lines, or graphics in the scanned image can be corrected by selecting the [Correct skewed text] checkbox in the [Book Image Viewer] window.

  • Page 103: Scanning Documents Of Different Widths Or Lengths In One Batch (not Applicable To Either S1100 Or Sv600

    Note that scanning Letter and A4 size documents in the same batch does not result in multifeed detection. HINT For details about how to load documents into the ScanSnap, refer to the Basic Operation Guide.

  • Page 104: Scanning Documents Larger Than A4 Or Letter Size (for Ix500, S1500, S1500m, S1100, Or S510)

    Both sides of a double-sided A4/Letter size document or smaller can also be scanned and merged into a single image. ATTENTION The [Deskew by text on document] checkbox ([Scanning] tab → [Option] in the ScanSnap setup window) will be disabled. In the [Paper] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, select [Automatic detection] in [Paper size], and then click the [Carrier Sheet Settings] button.

  • Page 105

    In [Scanning side] in the [Scanning] tab, select [Duplex Scan] and click the [OK] button. ATTENTION If [Simplex Scan] is selected from the Right-Click Menu, the ScanSnap outputs the same result as performing a simplex scan in [two separate images (front and back)] mode. ATTENTION If [Automatic detection] is specified for [Paper size] in the [Carrier Sheet Settings] window, an optimal size will be selected automatically from the available standard sizes (A3, B4 or 11 ×...

  • Page 106

    To output the scanned image in its original size, specify the document size in the [Paper size] popu-up menu. HINT For details about how to place documents into the Carrier Sheet and on the ScanSnap, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

  • Page 107: Scanning Documents Such As Photographs And Clippings (for Ix500, S1500, S1500m, S1100, Or S510)

    ATTENTION The [Deskew by text on document] checkbox ([Scanning] tab → [Option] in the ScanSnap setup window) will be disabled. In the [Paper] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, select [Automatic detection] in [Paper size], and then click the [Carrier Sheet Settings] button.

  • Page 108

    To output the scanned image in its original size, specify the document size in the [Paper size] drop- down list. HINT For details about how to place documents into the Carrier Sheet and on the ScanSnap, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help.

  • Page 109: Saving Scanned Images In Multiple Pdf Files

    Saving Scanned Images in Multiple PDF Files The ScanSnap is able to save scanned image in separate PDF files based on the specified number of pages. For example, you can scan a batch of slips, and save each slip as a PDF file.

  • Page 110

    Saving Scanned Images in Multiple PDF Files HINT In duplex mode, two pages (front and back) are created per document. When you select the [Blank page removal] checkbox in the [Scanning] tab, the number of pages of the original document and the scanned image does not match because blank pages are deleted.

  • Page 111: Saving The Scanned Images Of A Book As Separate Single-page Images (for Sv600)

    When a book is scanned, the double-page spread image can be split into two images, one on the left-side and one on the right-side. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Paper] tab, and click the [Option] button. a The [Options] window appears.

  • Page 112

    Saving the Scanned Images of a Book as Separate Single-Page Images (For SV600) Click the [OK] button to close all open windows.

  • Page 113: Creating Searchable Pdf Files

    Creating Searchable PDF Files Creating Searchable PDF Files The ScanSnap is able to perform text recognition on a scanned image automatically and create a searchable PDF file. In the ScanSnap setup window, select [PDF (*.pdf)] from the [File format] drop-down list in the [File option] tab.

  • Page 114

    Creating Searchable PDF Files Click the [OK] button to close the message. Specify the options for [OCR options]. Click the [OK] button to close all open windows. ATTENTION l Scanned images of the following types of documents (characters) may not be recognized correctly. In that case, better results in text recognition may be achieved by changing the setting for [Color mode] or specifying a higher resolution in [Image quality].

  • Page 115

    Creating Searchable PDF Files Example: Characters overlapping illustrations and diagrams Documents with many characters contacting underlines or borders Documents with both text and diagrams or tables l When book image correction is performed on a scanned image, the text on the scanned image may not be recognized correctly.

  • Page 116: Setting Keywords In Pdf Files

    "How to Mark Character Strings" (page 119). In the ScanSnap setup window, select [PDF (*.pdf)] from the [File format] drop-down list in the [File option] tab. HINT It is recommended that you select [Better] or [Best] for [Image quality] in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window.

  • Page 117

    Setting Keywords in PDF Files a The following message appears. Click the [OK] button to close the message. Specify [Select OCR] and [OCR options]. ATTENTION Select [All marked sections] when the text orientation of your document is vertical. HINT [First marked section] that can be set in [Select OCR] is used as follows: l Select this button to set a character string such as a title of a document as a keyword for the PDF file.

  • Page 118

    Example: In the following case, the character string in marked section B, which is higher than marked section A, is set as a keyword. Click the [OK] button to close the ScanSnap setup window. ATTENTION l When you select the [Set the marked text as a keyword for the PDF file] checkbox, it may take extra time to process text recognition depending on your computer system environment.

  • Page 119: How To Mark Character Strings

    When you perform a scan, the marked character strings are recognized and set as keywords for the PDF file. Searchable PDF File Sets the text as a keyword for the PDF file Scan ScanSnap Scan Keyword ScanSnap Scan Image...

  • Page 120

    Stained documents HINT l Increase the resolution when you have trouble setting the keywords correctly. l Keywords set for a PDF file can be checked in the ScanSnap Organizer Main Window (thumbnail view), or in [Document Properties] of Adobe Acrobat/Adobe Reader.

  • Page 121: Setting Passwords For Pdf Files

    If a password is specified for a created PDF/A file, it does not conform to PDF/A-1b. l When one of the following is selected from [Application] in the [Application] tab on the ScanSnap setup window and a password is specified for a PDF file, the book image correction cannot be performed from the selected application.

  • Page 122

    Setting Passwords for PDF Files HINT When one of the following is selected from [Application] in the [Application] tab on the ScanSnap setup window and the [Set a password for PDF file] checkbox is selected, a message appears. l ScanSnap Organizer...

  • Page 123

    Setting Passwords for PDF Files HINT After the settings have been done, the following window appears when you scan a document. Type in the same password in the [Password] and [Confirm] fields, and then click the [OK] button. If you click the [Cancel] button, the PDF file is saved without a password.

  • Page 124

    Setting Passwords for PDF Files l To use a preset password 1. Select the [Use a fixed password] checkbox. The same password is set for all PDF files. You do not have to set a password every time a document is scanned. 2.

  • Page 125

    Setting Passwords for PDF Files Click the [OK] button to close all open windows. ATTENTION It is not possible to open a PDF file if you forget the password. HINT The following characters can be used to set passwords: l Max. characters: Up to 16 characters l Alphanumeric characters: A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9 l Symbols: ! "...

  • Page 126: Creating Pdf/a Files

    If you edit a created PDF/A file, it may no longer conform to PDF/A-1b. l Passwords cannot be specified for PDF/A files. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [File option] tab, and select [PDF (*.pdf)] from the [File format] drop-down list. Then click the [Option] button.

  • Page 127

    Creating PDF/A Files a The following message appears. Click the [OK] button to close all open windows.

  • Page 128: Starting Scanning Automatically (sv600)

    HINT The page turning detection can also be enabled by pressing the [Scan] button on the ScanSnap for two seconds or longer before scanning a document. In this case, when one scanning operation is finished, the page turning detection returns to disabled.

  • Page 129

    Starting Scanning Automatically (SV600) l Setting the page turning detection Select the [Configure settings for starting the next scan] checkbox and then [Page turning detection mode].

  • Page 130

    Starting Scanning Automatically (SV600) l Setting timed mode To set the time before the ScanSnap starts to scan a document: Select the [Specify the waiting time to start scanning after pressing the [Scan] button] checkbox, and then specify [Waiting time].

  • Page 131

    Starting Scanning Automatically (SV600) To repeat a document scan after every specified time interval: 1. Select the [Configure settings for starting the next scan] checkbox, and then select [Timed interval (Timed mode)]. 2. Specify [Scan interval].

  • Page 132

    Starting Scanning Automatically (SV600) Click the [OK] button to close all the windows.

  • Page 133: Correcting The Scanned Images (for Sv600)

    Correcting the Scanned Images (For SV600) Correcting the Scanned Images (For SV600) The scanned images can be corrected before ScanSnap Manager is linked with an application. The scanned images can be corrected in the following cases: "Scanning a Document" (page 134) "Scanning Books"...

  • Page 134: Scanning A Document

    Scanning a Document Scanning a Document When a document is scanned with the ScanSnap, the following correction can be made on the scanned image: "Filling in Fingers Captured in a Scanned Image (When a Document Is Scanned)" (page 135)

  • Page 135: Filling In Fingers Captured In A Scanned Image (when A Document Is Scanned)

    When a document that has a background color other than white is scanned (Figure 6) When a document is scanned after [Gray], [B&W], or [Color high compression] is selected from the [Color mode] drop-down list in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window 1 cm (0.39 in.) 5 mm (0.2 in.)

  • Page 136

    Select the [Continue with Point Retouch] checkbox and click the [Next] button. HINT The orientation of the scanned image and the crop area cannot be corrected in the [ScanSnap Manager - Book Image Viewer] window. Modify them in the [ScanSnap Manager - View cropped images] window beforehand.

  • Page 137

    Scanning a Document a The [ScanSnap Manager - Book Image Viewer] window appears in the point retouch mode. Click on a finger captured in a scanned image with the mouse. a When a finger is detected, it is indicated with a red dashed outline.

  • Page 138

    Scanning a Document Click the [Apply] button. a The finger captured in a scanned image is filled in. When you have completed filling in the captured finger, click the [Save and Exit]/[Save and Quit] button.

  • Page 139: Scanning Books

    The book image correction allows you to correct scanned images. The book image correction refers to making the following corrections to the images scanned from books with the ScanSnap: "Correcting Distorted Book Images" (page 140) "Splitting a Double-Page Spread Image into Two Page Images" (page 145)

  • Page 140: Correcting Distorted Book Images

    Scanning Books Correcting Distorted Book Images To correct the distortion of a scanned image from a book, follow the procedure below. ATTENTION l To correct the distortion of a scanned image, the shape of the book needs to be detected. If a book is scanned as follows, the shape of the book may not be detected correctly.

  • Page 141

    (book/magazine)] and click the [Check/Correct] button. For details about scanning, refer to the Basic Operation Guide. a The [ScanSnap Manager - Book Image Viewer] window appears. Select the page to correct the distortion in [Final image]. Click...

  • Page 142

    Scanning Books HINT For the output format selection button, select On the page, drag the corner points to move the corners of the book and both ends of the gutter to any location. On the front and back cover of the book, make the middle outline for the gutter parallel to the right and left outlines.

  • Page 143

    Scanning Books Follow the procedure below to modify the corner points and the outline. 1. Modify the corner points. The corner points can be modified by either of the following: l Double-click the position where you want to move the corner points. a The corner points automatically move to the double-clicked position.

  • Page 144

    Scanning Books l When the text, lines, or graphics in the scanned image are horizontally skewed, clear the [Correct skewed text] check box. When there are curved/slanted lines or graphics with curved/slanted lines on the document, the scanned image of the document may not be corrected properly and the layout may not look right.

  • Page 145: Splitting A Double-page Spread Image Into Two Page Images

    Scanning Books Splitting a Double-Page Spread Image into Two Page Images The double-page spread image can be split into the right and left pages. When a JPEG file is split, the file is divided into two files. ATTENTION Follow the procedure below to perform multiple book image correction for one page. 1.

  • Page 146

    Scanning Books a The [ScanSnap Manager - Book Image Viewer] window appears. Select the page to be split in [Final image]. Click , and then click a The split line is indicated with a green dashed line.

  • Page 147

    Scanning Books If the split line is not aligned with the gutter of the book, drag the corner points to correct the position. Click the [Apply] button. a A message for confirming the split target appears. Click the [Selected Pages] button. a The page is split.

  • Page 148: Filling In Fingers Captured In A Scanned Image (when A Book Is Scanned)

    (Figure 6) When a book is scanned after [Gray], [B&W], or [Color high compression] is selected from the [Color mode] drop-down list in the [Scanning] tab of the ScanSnap setup window 1 cm (0.39 in.) 5 mm (0.2 in.)

  • Page 149

    (book/magazine)] and click the [Check/Correct] button. For details about scanning, refer to the Basic Operation Guide. a The [ScanSnap Manager - Book Image Viewer] window appears. Select the page for filling in captured fingers in [Final image]. Click Click on a finger captured in a scanned image with the mouse.

  • Page 150

    Scanning Books HINT When a finger captured in a scanned image is not detected, a default outline is displayed around the finger. In that case, drag the white dot on the outline to align the outline with the shape of the finger. Click the [Apply] button.

  • Page 151: Scanning Multiple Documents At Once

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once Scanning Multiple Documents at Once When multiple documents are scanned at once with the ScanSnap, the following corrections can be made on the scanned images: "Correcting the Scanned Image Orientation" (page 152) "Modifying the Crop Area" (page 155) "Adding the Necessary Scanned Images"...

  • Page 152: Correcting The Scanned Image Orientation

    [Crop and save flat document images as-is] and click the [Check/ Correct] button. For details about scanning, refer to the Basic Operation Guide. a The [ScanSnap Manager - View cropped images] window is displayed. Select which scanned image to correct the orientation for.

  • Page 153

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once Click a The scanned image is rotated by 90 degrees. When you have completed correcting the orientation, click the [Save and Exit]/[Save and Quit] button.

  • Page 154

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once HINT l To fine-tune the orientation of the crop frame, select which scanned image you want to rotate and then perform one of the following operations: Drag the green operating point that appears at the top of the crop frame by as little or as much as you want.

  • Page 155: Modifying The Crop Area

    Correct] button. For details about scanning, refer to the Basic Operation Guide. a The [ScanSnap Manager - View cropped images] window is displayed. Select the crop area of the scanned image to change the crop area. Drag the operating points of the crop frame to change the crop area.

  • Page 156

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once Click any position on the window. a The crop area is fixed. When you have completed changing the crop area, click the [Save and Exit]/[Save and Quit] button. HINT l To move a crop frame, place the mouse inside the crop frame and drag it when all the operating points have turned red.

  • Page 157: Adding The Necessary Scanned Images

    [Crop and save flat document images as-is] and click the [Check/ Correct] button. For details about scanning, refer to the Basic Operation Guide. a The [ScanSnap Manager - View cropped images] window is displayed. Frame the scanned image to be cropped by dragging the mouse.

  • Page 158

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once a A crop frame is added to the scanned image that is automatically recognized, and the scanned image that was cropped by dragging the mouse is added to the end of [Cropped image]. After you have added a crop frame, click the [Save and Exit]/[Save and Quit] button. HINT If the [Next] button is displayed, clear the [Continue with Point Retouch] checkbox.

  • Page 159: Deleting Unnecessary Scanned Images

    [Crop and save flat document images as-is] and click the [Check/ Correct] button. For details about scanning, refer to the Basic Operation Guide. a The [ScanSnap Manager - View cropped images] window is displayed. Select a scanned image to remove the crop frame.

  • Page 160

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once Click a A confirmation message appears. Click the [Yes] button. a The crop frame is removed from the selected scanned image, and the scanned image disappears from [Cropped image].

  • Page 161

    Scanning Multiple Documents at Once After you have removed the crop frame from the unnecessary scanned image, click the [Save and Exit]/[Save and Quit] button. HINT If the [Next] button is displayed, clear the [Continue with Point Retouch] checkbox. The [Next] button changes to the [Save and Exit]/[Save and Quit] button.

  • Page 162: Setting Scansnap Manager

    "Managing Linked Applications" (page 172) "Managing Custom Paper Sizes" (page 179) "Automatic Linkage with Applications" (page 185) "When Two ScanSnaps Are Connected to a Computer (For SV600)" (page 189) "Connecting the ScanSnap to a Wireless LAN (For iX500)" (page 191)

  • Page 163: How To Configure Scan Settings

    [Scan] button on the ScanSnap. HINT l When you connect SV600 and another ScanSnap to a computer, you can change the settings for each ScanSnap. For details, refer to "When Two ScanSnaps Are Connected to a Computer (For SV600)"...

  • Page 164

    How to Configure Scan Settings l You can also open the ScanSnap setup window by the following ways. If the "ScanSnap Folder" folder is opened, the ScanSnap setup window for ScanSnap Folder appears. Double-click the ScanSnap Manager icon Press [Ctrl], [Shift], and [Space] keys simultaneously.

  • Page 165: Quick Menu Settings

    Quick Menu Settings Quick Menu Settings The following settings can be configured in the Quick Menu: "Changing Display Mode" (page 166) "Changing Display Order" (page 167) "Adding Applications to Favorites" (page 170)

  • Page 166: Changing Display Mode

    Quick Menu Settings Changing Display Mode The following two modes are available in the Quick Menu: [Favorites] mode Shows the applications specified as favorites. When you set often-used applications as favorites and show them in [Favorites] mode, you can quickly and conveniently find the applications. For details about specifying favorites, refer to "Adding Applications to Favorites"...

  • Page 167: Changing Display Order

    Quick Menu Settings Changing Display Order The order of displayed applications in the Quick Menu can be changed. The procedure is as follows. Click in the Quick Menu. a The [Applications to Show/Hide] window appears. Specify the order in which applications are displayed in the Quick Menu. Applications are displayed in the Quick Menu in the same order as they are listed in the [Applications to Show/Hide] window.

  • Page 168

    Quick Menu Settings The applications are displayed in the order shown below in the Quick Menu and in the application list of the [Applications to Show/Hide] window.

  • Page 169

    Quick Menu Settings Click the [OK] button to close the [Applications to Show/Hide] window. a The order in which applications are displayed in the Quick Menu is changed.

  • Page 170: Adding Applications To Favorites

    Quick Menu Settings Adding Applications to Favorites You can set often-used applications as favorites in order to select them from the Quick Menu easily. The procedure is as follows. Click [Show All Applications] in the Quick Menu. a The Quick Menu switches to [All Applications] mode. Right-click an application that you want to set as a favorite and click [Add to Favorites] in the displayed menu.

  • Page 171: Changing The Settings Of Linked Applications

    To change the settings in the ScanSnap setup window In the ScanSnap setup window, select a linked application on the [Application] tab, and click the [Application Settings] button. For applications whose settings cannot be changed, the [Application Settings] button is not available.

  • Page 172: Managing Linked Applications

    Managing Linked Applications Managing Linked Applications Applications added to the Quick Menu and to the [Application] drop-down list in the [Application] tab on the ScanSnap setup window can be added, changed, and deleted. "Adding Applications" (page 173) "Changing Application Settings" (page 177)

  • Page 173: Adding Applications

    This section explains how to add an application. Up to any 10 applications can be added. Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears. In the [Application] tab, click the [Application Settings] button. a The [Applications to Show/Hide] window appears.

  • Page 174

    Managing Linked Applications a The [Select application] window appears. Select an application to be added, and click the [Open] button. a The application path is displayed in [Application Path] on the [Application Settings] window. Enter the following items: l Application Name l Description Under [Available file format], select the checkbox for a file format to be linked.

  • Page 175

    Managing Linked Applications HINT As needed, check if an application to be added supports your desired file format. The procedure is as follows. 1. Click the [Test] button next to the checkbox. a A confirmation message appears. 2. Click the [OK] button. a The [Select File] window appears.

  • Page 176

    Managing Linked Applications HINT When the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox is cleared in the ScanSnap setup window, clicking the [Add or Remove] button in the [Application] tab displays the [Add or remove application] window.

  • Page 177: Changing Application Settings

    The application settings are changed and the [Add or remove application] window appears. Click the [Close] button to close the window. HINT When the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox is cleared in the ScanSnap setup window, clicking the [Add or Remove] button in the [Application] tab displays the [Add or remove application] window.

  • Page 178: Deleting Applications

    The application is deleted from [Application] and the Quick Menu. HINT When the [Use Quick Menu] checkbox is cleared in the ScanSnap setup window, clicking the [Add or Remove] button in the [Application] tab displays the [Add or remove application] window.

  • Page 179: Managing Custom Paper Sizes

    Managing Custom Paper Sizes You can manage (add, change, or delete) any paper size as a custom paper size. Custom paper sizes can be added to [Paper size] in the [Paper] tab of the ScanSnap setup window. "Adding Paper Sizes" (page 180) "Changing Paper Size Settings"...

  • Page 180: Adding Paper Sizes

    Up to 10 custom paper sizes can be added. Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Paper] tab, and click the [Customize] button. a The [Add or Remove Custom sizes] window appears.

  • Page 181

    Managing Custom Paper Sizes Click the [OK] button. a The name of the custom size that was added appears in the [Add or Remove Custom sizes] window. Click the [Close] button to close the window. a The name of the custom size is added to [Paper size].

  • Page 182: Changing Paper Size Settings

    This section explains how to change custom paper size settings. Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Paper] tab, and click the [Customize] button. a The [Add or Remove Custom sizes] window appears.

  • Page 183

    Managing Custom Paper Sizes Click the [OK] button. a The name of the custom size that was added appears in the [Add or Remove Custom sizes] window. Click the [Close] button to close the window.

  • Page 184: Deleting Paper Sizes

    This section explains how to delete a custom paper size. Select [Scan Button Settings] from the Right-Click Menu. a The ScanSnap setup window appears. In the ScanSnap setup window, select the [Paper] tab, and click the [Customize] button. a The [Add or Remove Custom sizes] window appears.

  • Page 185: Automatic Linkage With Applications

    Automatic Linkage with Applications Automatic Linkage with Applications When one of the applications which can automatically link with ScanSnap Manager is running and you perform scanning, ScanSnap Manager will automatically link with the corresponding application regardless of the current scan settings or whether you are using the Quick Menu.

  • Page 186

    [Application] tab in the ScanSnap setup window automatically switches to the running application. The application will automatically link with ScanSnap Manager even when the application window is minimized or not displayed in the front. The linkage between the application and ScanSnap Manager automatically ends once you exit the application.

  • Page 187

    For details about CardMinder default settings, refer to the ScanSnap Manager Help. l ScanSnap Manager automatically links with CardMinder when the document is of business card size. When documents of other sizes are scanned, ScanSnap Manager and CardMinder are not...

  • Page 188: Changing Automatic Linkage Mode

    The [ScanSnap Manager - Preferences] window appears. Select the automatic linkage mode in the [Automatic Linkage] tab. Click the [OK] button to close the [ScanSnap Manager - Preferences] window. a The setting is changed to the selected automatic linkage mode.

  • Page 189: When Two Scansnaps Are Connected To A Computer (for Sv600)

    S510 l S300 Changing the Settings for Each ScanSnap When you connect SV600 and another ScanSnap to a computer, you can change the scan settings or manage profiles for each ScanSnap in the following windows. l ScanSnap setup window Select a model name from [Scanner], and then change the scan settings for each of the connected ScanSnap models.

  • Page 190

    When Two ScanSnaps Are Connected to a Computer (For SV600) For details, refer to "Profile Management" (page 68).

  • Page 191: Connecting The Scansnap To A Wireless Lan (for Ix500)

    Connecting the ScanSnap to a Wireless LAN (For iX500) You can connect the computer where ScanSnap Manager is installed to iX500 via wireless LAN and then scan documents. To use this function, you need an environment in which a wireless LAN can be used.

  • Page 192: Using Scansnap Organizer

    Using ScanSnap Organizer Using ScanSnap Organizer ScanSnap Organizer is an application used for displaying, organizing, and managing image data (PDF or JPEG files) scanned with the ScanSnap. You can use this application to display image data (PDF or JPEG files) without opening them, create folders and arrange files for various uses.

  • Page 193: Basic Operation Procedure

    Basic Operation Procedure This section explains the basic operation procedure of ScanSnap Organizer. Start up ScanSnap Organizer. Start up ScanSnap Organizer by double-clicking the [ScanSnap Organizer] icon on the desktop. Scan documents with the ScanSnap. a A list of scanned images is displayed in ScanSnap Organizer.

  • Page 194

    Rotate any scanned images that are not oriented correctly. Delete any unnecessary pages. Make other edits such as inserting a page where necessary. Exit ScanSnap Organizer Viewer. To exit ScanSnap Organizer Viewer, click the Application button and then click the [Exit] button in the menu that appears.

  • Page 195: Managing Files

    Keywords can be set to a PDF file by using the keyword setting function. These keywords can be used when you search for PDF files. When black and white documents that have been marked are scanned by the ScanSnap, the marked character strings are set as keywords for the PDF file.

  • Page 196: Searching Files

    PDF file Searching Files You can search files that are managed in ScanSnap Organizer. There are two search methods of Adobe Acrobat search and Windows Desktop Search. Automatically Distributing Files According to Set Conditions You can use the keyword distribution function so that PDF files are automatically distributed into cabinets and folders according to the keywords that have been set.

  • Page 197: Editing Files (sv600)

    For details about operations, refer to the ScanSnap Organizer Help. Correcting a book distortion By using book image correction in ScanSnap Organizer Viewer, you can correct distorted images of scanned books. For details about other image correction functions, refer to the ScanSnap Organizer Help.

  • Page 198: Using Files

    You can use the marked section cropping function to clip important items from documents. Mark the necessary sections of a black & white document and scan it with the ScanSnap to create a new PDF or JPEG file that contains only the marked section.

  • Page 199: Using Cardminder

    Using CardMinder Using CardMinder CardMinder is an application used for displaying, organizing, and managing card image data scanned with a scanner. This application digitalizes large amounts of business cards into images at a high speed and recognizes text on those cards, thus allowing you to search for your clients' business cards from those data quickly, and create your client databases conveniently.

  • Page 200: Cardminder Window

    Using CardMinder Card Scan CardMinder Window Recognized data PIM Window (Example: Windows Mail (*)) *: This is the Windows Vista example. "Basic Operation Procedure" (page 201) "Linking Card Data with Other Applications" (page 204) "Searching of Card Data" (page 205) "Attaching a File to Card Data"...

  • Page 201: Basic Operation Procedure

    Edit Data pane. The image data scanned from the card is displayed in the Card Image pane. ATTENTION ScanSnap Manager must be installed on your computer when you want to recognize the following languages: l Chinese (simplified)

  • Page 202

    Basic Operation Procedure Make sure that the front and back card images are correct, and that the text on the card images are displayed correctly in the Edit Data pane. Edit Data Pane Card Image Pane If the language to be used for text recognition is different, perform text recognition again in the following procedure: 1.

  • Page 203

    Basic Operation Procedure No. Description In the [Image Operation] tab, you can perform corrections, such as rotating the card image or switching the front and back images. By selecting character strings in the card image and then clicking the buttons of the appropriate fields in the Edit Data pane, you can redo the recognition process on the selected areas.

  • Page 204: Linking Card Data With Other Applications

    Linking Card Data with Other Applications Linking Card Data with Other Applications Click the following buttons on the [Home] tab to use card data in a variety of applications. No. Item Description E-mail You can start an e-mail program, using the e-mail address specified in [E-mail] for the card data as the destination address.

  • Page 205: Searching Of Card Data

    Searching of Card Data Searching of Card Data Card data can be searched with names of individuals and companies. "Searching with the CardMinder Basic Search Toolbar" (page 206) "Searching with CardMinder Viewer" (page 207)

  • Page 206: Searching With The Cardminder Basic Search Toolbar

    Searching of Card Data Searching with the CardMinder Basic Search Toolbar This section explains how to search with the CardMinder Basic Search Toolbar. Search cards (Basic Search Toolbar) To search card data, type in a search term (such as an individual name or a company name) in the Basic Search Toolbar.

  • Page 207: Searching With Cardminder Viewer

    Searching of Card Data Searching with CardMinder Viewer This section explains how to search with CardMinder Viewer. Even when CardMinder is not running, you can search card data by using a character string in another application (such as Microsoft Notepad) as the keyword for searching. Drag the mouse to select a character string you want to search for.

  • Page 208: Attaching A File To Card Data

    Attaching a File to Card Data Attaching a File to Card Data A file can be attached to card data easily by dragging and dropping it.

  • Page 209: Using Rack2-filer Smart

    Rack2-Filer Smart is a digital bookshelf that can centrally manage the information of paper documents scanned with the ScanSnap and electronic documents. By using this application together with SV600, you can handle digitized books as if you organize books on an actual bookshelf.

  • Page 210

    Using Rack2-Filer Smart You can digitalize a bookshelf containing documents, pictures, and digital files Rack2-Bookshelf Window Rack2-Viewer You feel as if you were using an actual bookshelf Cloud Cloud Cloud Wi-Fi You can upload data to a cloud storage service and carry it around in a mobile device HINT In Rack2-Filer Smart, Word documents stored in binders can be directly opened and modified in...

  • Page 211: Scansnap Online Update

    Proceed with the update as you follow the instructions. For details, refer to the ScanSnap Online Update Help. ATTENTION l To run the online update for ScanSnap Manager, you need to have access to the Internet. l Log on as a user with Administrator privileges. HINT For details about updates of ScanSnap Manager, visit the following web pages: http://scansnap.fujitsu.com/g-support/en/...

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