Selecting a File Format
Specify destinations or connect the USB memory device
<PDF (Compact)> compresses photos and illustrations on documents more than <PDF>. The file will be smaller, but the image
quality of some documents or the number of documents that can be scanned at once may be lower. If you select <PDF
(Compact)>, you can specify the compression level.
For the resolutions of each file format, see
Detailed Settings for <PDF (Compact)>
Select the type of your documents
<Image Level in Text/Photo Mode or Photo Mode>
Select when scanning documents that contain photos.
<Image Level in Text Mode>
Select when scanning documents that only contain text.
<Data Size Priority>
The data size is highly compressed and reduced, but the image quality is low.
The compression ratio and the image quality are adjusted to an intermediate setting between <Data Size Priority> and
<Image Quality Priority>.
<Image Quality Priority>
The image quality improves, but the data compression ratio decreases and data size is large.
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You can select from four file formats into which documents are converted: <PDF>, <PDF (Compact)>,
<TIFF> , and <JPEG> . Scanned documents are converted into the file format specified here, and then sent
to the specified destination.
Not available when sending e-mails
Specifications for Scanning to Shared Folders (MF8580Cdw / MF8550Cdn /
<Output File Image Settings>
<PDF (Compact) Image Quality Level>
Specify the settings
Select a file format