[Input Method] (MF8580Cdw / MF8550Cdn / MF8540Cdn only)
Select whether you want to scan a 1-sided or 2-sided document placed in the feeder.
Select the document size. If you select an option for a custom size, the [Paper Size Settings] screen opens. You can then enter a
If documents are placed in the feeder, set the orientation of the documents. You can also set [Binding Location] if 2-sided
documents are placed in the feeder.
Select the image type to scan documents. Available items vary depending on the type of scan, such as [Mail] or [PDF].
[Upper Limit of Attached File:]
This item is displayed when [Mail] is selected for the type of scan (
image is automatically adjusted so that the file size does not exceed the maximum limit that you specify here.
Select the resolution of the scanned image that suits your intended use.
Available resolutions vary on whether the document is placed in the feeder or on the platen glass, and whether the file format
is PDF or JPEG.
A resolution of 75 dpi is a rough guide for displaying the scanned image on a computer, and 300 dpi for printing or creating a
If you double the output resolution, the image file size increases by a factor of 4. If the file size is too large, a memory
shortage or other error may occur. Set the resolution to the minimum required for your intended use.
[Correct Black Text]
Emphasizes the outlines of black text.
[Display the Scanner Driver]
Select this check box to enable you to configure advanced scan settings with ScanGear MF. To start ScanGear MF, click [Start]
Configuring Scan Settings in ScanGear MF).This item is not displayed when [OCR] is selected for the type of scan.
Configuring Storing Settings
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The document is scanned as a black and white image (in black and white only, with no intermediate
shades of gray).
The document is scanned as a black and white image optimized for processing by OCR (optical character
The document is scanned as a grayscale image (in black and white with intermediate shades of gray,
similar to a black and white photograph).
The document is scanned as a color image.
The document is scanned as a color image. The color unevenness and moire that occurs when scanning
print material is reduced. It takes more time to scan when using this setting than when using [Color].
Scanning Using MF Toolbox). The quality of the scanned