Configuring Scan Settings in Simple Mode
Simple Mode is a collection of basic scan settings in ScanGear MF designed for easy operation. In other words, Simple Mode is a digest
version of ScanGear MF. Configure settings in the order indicated from
configure basic settings and scan.
You can preview the document that is placed on the platen glass. If you click [Preview], a preview image is displayed in this area
and the cropping frame is displayed with a dotted line.
Control the image in the preview area.
The cropping frame that fits the scanned image is automatically set. Each time you click the icon, the cropping frame is
reduced. You can move the frame, or change its size with your mouse.
Manually setting multiple scanning areas
You can manually add cropping frames. You can also specify cropping areas in the document so that each of them can be
scanned as separate images. Drag the cropping frames to specify the areas you want to scan. You can specify up to ten areas.
Click [Scan] to scan the areas in the cropping frames as separate images.
(Clear Crop Frame)
Clears the selected cropping frame.
Rotates the preview image 90 degrees to the left or right.
Displays the current settings of the scanned image, such as the color mode and size of the scan area.
Select the image type to scan documents. Available items vary depending on where you placed the document.
If you placed the document on the platen glass
If you placed the document in the feeder
[Document (Color) ADF]
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The photo document is scanned as a color image.
Print material, such as a magazine, is scanned as a color image. The color unevenness and moire that
occurs when scanning print images is reduced.
The text document or line drawing is scanned as a black and white image (in black and white only,
with no intermediate shades of gray).
The text or photograph 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.
on the screen, and click [Scan]. By doing so, you can