How to scan a document through network printer
I have the original disk that came with the printer with the software for the HP printer and have installed it on XP the computer. The prompt Scan Another Item? Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read , times.
Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Tips If you are at first unable to scan when using Mac OS X, turn the scanner off and then back on again.
You can use software such as RemoteScan and SoftPerfect to allow scanning activity between networked computers without relying on the operating system's network functions. Sources and Citations http: External Components In other languages: Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been readtimes.
Most multi-function printers have software that must be installed in order to communicate with your printer. In order for the scanner to work, the printer must be in full working order.
Send a print job to the printer and ensure it completes the job. Lift the lid of the printer. Make sure that the glass is free of dust and other items.
Use a can of compressed air if it looks dirty. Some Canon printers will also have a document feeder.
Make sure this area is free of debris and dust. Check the image on the top of the feeder to see what direction the paper should be loaded.
Place the item that you want to scan with the front side down on the glass. Close the lid as fully as you can. Look in your applications.
Find the Canon printer application and open it. In a few cases, there may be a different application for the printer and the scanner, although most printers have both functions in a single application.
Choose the type of document you are scanning and the resolution and format you would like to save it in. Turn on your scanner and the client computer. Start Epson Scan using the Epson Scan icon or through another scanning program. Place your original s on the document table. See Placing Documents or Photos for instructions.
Select your desired mode. See Selecting an Epson Scan Mode for instructions. Originally Posted by Lu Powell.
Thanks for the reply. I think I'll just ask permissiion of my wife to use her computer when I need something scanned.
Dell do an all in one unit that scans across the network - sorry, can't remember the model, but it was small office variety. For Paul and all the others who responded so quuickly and well, thanks a bunch.Scanner Sharing through the network
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