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User Manual
Please read this manual before using the scanner.
After you finish reading this manual, keep it in a safe place
for future reference.
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS (For 120 V
models)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for
radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the
interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital
Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the Industry Canada.
FCC REGULATIONS (For 120 V model)
Document Scanner, Model M11067
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits
in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment
unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or
modifications should be made, you could be required to stop
operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success NY 11042, U.S.A.
Tel. No. (516)328-5000
RÈGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE
RADIOÉLECTRIQUE (For 120 V models)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits
radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques de
Classe B prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur:
“Appareils Numériques”, NMB-003 édictée par l’Industrie
Canada.
International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment
Program
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon
Electronics Inc. has determined that this
machine meets the ENERGY STAR®
Program guidelines for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR® Office
Equipment Program is an international program that promotes
energy saving through the use of computers and other office
equipment. The program backs the development and
dissemination of products with functions that effectively
reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which
business proprietors can participate voluntarily. The targeted
products are office equipment, such as computers, monitors,
printers, fax, machine, copiers, and scanners. The standards
and logos are uniform among participating nations.
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European Union (and EEA) only.
This symbol indicates that this product is not to be
disposed of with your household waste, according
to the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) and your
national law. This product should be handed over
to a designated collection point, e.g., on an
authorized one-for-one basis when you buy a new similar
product or to an authorized collection site for recycling waste
electrical and electronic equipment (EEE). Improper handling
of this type of waste could have a possible negative impact on
the environment and human health due to potentially
hazardous substances that are generally associated with EEE.
At the same time, your cooperation in the correct disposal of
this product will contribute to the effective usage of natural
resources. For more information about where you can drop off
your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local
city office, waste authority, approved WEEE scheme or your
household waste disposal service. For more information
regarding return and recycling of WEEE products, please visit
www.canon-europe.com/environment.
(EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
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Copyright 2008 by CANON ELECTRONICS INC. All rights
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Model Names
The following names may be provided for the safety
regulations in each sales region of the Document Scanner.
DR-7090C: Model M11067
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageFORMULA DR-7090C Document Scanner. Please read this and the following manuals
thoroughly before using the scanner to become acquainted with its capabilities and make the most of its many functions.
After reading the manuals, store them in a safe place for future reference.
Hint
Manuals for the Scanner
• The User Manual and the CapturePerfect 3.0 document files
are installed in the following locations during software
installation.
The documentation for the scanner consists of the Easy Start
Guide and the Reference Guide (supplied with the scanner),
the User Manual (this manual), and the CapturePerfect3.0
Operation Guide, which are provided in electronic form and
registered in the menu during software installation.
User Manual
Easy Start Guide
This manual describes the procedures for setting up the
scanner for use. Please follow the procedures in the Easy
Start Guide to set up the scanner.
Reference Guide
This manual consists of the basic scanner operating
instructions extracted from the User Manual.
CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide
User Manual (This Manual)
This manual consists of two sections: Hardware and
Software.
The Hardware section provides general information about
the scanner operational settings, maintenance, and
troubleshooting.
The Software section describes how to use the ISIS/
TWAIN driver with the scanner, and how to set up job
registration tools.
• Electronic versions of all manuals are available for viewing
from the Setup CD. (See p. 2-5.)
CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide
(Electronic Manual)
This is the operation guide for CapturePerfect 3.0, the
Canon document scanner application program.
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Symbols Used in This Manual
How This Manual is Organized
The following symbols are used in this manual to explain
procedures, restrictions, handling precautions, and
instructions that should be observed for safety.
This manual consists of the following chapters.
■ Hardware
Chapter 1 Before You Start Using the Scanner
Provides an overview of the DR-7090C
Chapter 2 Setup
Describes the DR-7090C operating environment and how
to connect to a PC
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Describes the basic uses of the DR-7090C
Chapter 4 User Modes
Describes the User Mode and other functions
Chapter 5 Maintenance
Describes routine cleaning and roller replacement
Chapter 6 Practical Examples
Describes displayed messages and troubleshooting
solutions
Chapter 7 Appendix
Provides a list of specifications and support information
WARNING
Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to
death or injury to persons if not performed correctly. To
use the scanner safely, always pay attention to these
warnings.
CAUTION
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to
injury to persons, or damage to property if not performed
correctly. To use the scanner safely, always pay attention
to these cautions.
IMPORTANT
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be
sure to read these items carefully to operate the scanner
correctly, and avoid damage to the scanner.
■ Software
Chapter 8 ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings
Describes the settings for the ISIS/TWAIN driver
Chapter 9 Job Registration Tool Settings
Describes the settings for the Job Registration Tool
Chapter 10 Practical Examples
Provides information for reference when making software
settings
Hint
Indicates a clarification of an operation, or contains
additional explanations for a procedure. Reading these
notes is highly recommended.
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User Manual
Hardware
Please read this manual before using the scanner.
After you finish reading this manual, keep it in a safe place
for future reference.
Hardware
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Table of Contents
1. Documents ....................................................... 3-2
Introduction..............................................................iii
Types of Documents............................................. 3-2
Feeder Capacity ................................................... 3-3
Manuals for the Scanner ......................................... iii
Symbols Used in This Manual ................................. iv
How This Manual is Organized................................iv
2. Placing Documents onto the Scanner.............. 3-4
Loading a Document into the Feeder ................... 3-4
Positioning a Document on the Flatbed
(Platen Glass)....................................................... 3-5
Chapter 1 Before You Start Using the Scanner
1. Important Safety Instructions............................1-2
3. Document Feeding........................................... 3-8
Installation Location.............................................. 1-2
Removing the Transportation Screw .................... 1-2
Installing the Securing Braces .............................. 1-3
Power ................................................................... 1-3
Checking the Rear Cables.................................... 1-4
Opening and Closing the Feeder.......................... 1-4
Moving the Scanner.............................................. 1-4
Handling ............................................................... 1-5
Disposal................................................................ 1-7
Scan Procedure.................................................... 3-8
4. Scanning ........................................................ 3-11
About the Job Function....................................... 3-11
CapturePerfect 3.0 ............................................. 3-14
5. Using Patchcode Sheets................................ 3-19
About Patchcode Sheets .................................... 3-19
How to Use Patchcode Sheets........................... 3-20
6. Count Only Mode ........................................... 3-21
7. Clearing Paper Jams...................................... 3-22
2. Features ...........................................................1-8
3. Names and Functions of Parts .......................1-11
Clearing a Paper Jam......................................... 3-22
Paper Jam Causes ............................................. 3-24
Feeder ................................................................ 1-11
Flatbed................................................................ 1-11
Rear.................................................................... 1-12
Operation Panel.................................................. 1-12
Chapter 4 User Modes
1. About the User Modes ..................................... 4-2
User Mode Functions ........................................... 4-2
How to Set the User Modes.................................. 4-3
4. Optional Products ...........................................1-14
Stamp Unit.......................................................... 1-14
Chapter 5 Maintenance
Chapter 2 Setup
1. Changing the Stamp Cartridge......................... 5-2
2. Daily Cleaning .................................................. 5-4
1. Setup Procedures.............................................2-2
2. Installation Requirements .................................2-3
3. Software Installation .........................................2-4
About the Cleaning Cloth and Cleaning Paper..... 5-4
Cleaning the Main Unit ......................................... 5-4
Cleaning the Flatbed (Platen Glass) and
Pressure Board..................................................... 5-5
Cleaning the Feeder ............................................. 5-6
Cleaning the Power Plug .................................... 5-12
About the Setup Menu.......................................... 2-4
4. Connecting the Scanner to the Computer ........2-6
Interface Connector Locations.............................. 2-6
Using a USB Connection...................................... 2-6
Using a SCSI Connection..................................... 2-7
Chapter 6 Practical Examples
5. Turning the Power ON
(Scanner Recognition)......................................2-9
1. Messages......................................................... 6-2
Status Display....................................................... 6-2
Error Messages .................................................... 6-3
About the Power Switch ....................................... 2-9
Scanner Recognition ............................................ 2-9
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Hardware
2. Troubleshooting................................................6-5
Trouble Categories ............................................... 6-5
Problem and Solution ........................................... 6-5
3. Uninstalling the Software................................6-11
Uninstalling the ISIS/TWAIN Driver .................... 6-11
Chapter 7 Appendix
1. Specifications ...................................................7-2
Specifications for the Scanner.............................. 7-2
Options ................................................................. 7-3
Consumables........................................................ 7-3
External Dimensions............................................. 7-4
2. Index.................................................................7-5
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Chapter 1 Before You Start Using the Scanner
1. Important Safety Instructions ........................... 1-2
Installation Location ..............................................1-2
Removing the Transportation Screw.....................1-2
Installing the Securing Braces...............................1-3
Power ....................................................................1-3
Checking the Rear Cables ....................................1-4
Opening and Closing the Feeder ..........................1-4
Moving the Scanner ..............................................1-4
Handling ................................................................1-5
Disposal ................................................................1-7
2. Features........................................................... 1-8
3. Names and Functions of Parts ...................... 1-11
Feeder.................................................................1-11
Flatbed ................................................................1-11
Rear ....................................................................1-12
Operation Panel ..................................................1-12
4. Optional Products .......................................... 1-14
Stamp Unit ..........................................................1-14
Chapter 1 Before You Start Using the Scanner
1. Important Safety Instructions
To ensure the safe operation of this scanner, be sure to read the safety warnings and precautions described below.
● Avoid exposing the scanner to rapid changes in
temperature. If the room in which the scanner is
installed is cold but rapidly heated, water droplets
(condensation) may form inside the scanner. This
may result in a noticeable degradation in scanning
quality.
The following conditions are recommended for
optimal scanning quality:
Room temperature: 15 °C to 30 °C (59 °F to
86 °F)
Humidity: 25% to 80% RH
● Avoid installing the scanner near equipment that
generates a magnetic field (e.g. speakers,
televisions, or radios).
Installation Location
The performance of this scanner is affected by the
environment in which it is installed. Make sure that the
location where the scanner is installed meets the following
environmental requirements.
3.9" (100 mm) or more
5.9" (150 mm) or more
5.9" (150 mm) or more
27.6" (700 mm) or more
● Provide adequate space around the scanner for
operation, maintenance, and ventilation.
Removing the Transportation Screw
Three transportation screws are preinstalled at the factory to
secure the scanner’s optical unit and protect it from damage
caused by vibration and shock during shipment. Make sure to
remove these screws before using the scanner.
36.2" (920 mm) or more
● Avoid installing the machine in direct sunlight. If
this is unavoidable, use curtains to shade the
scanner.
● Avoid locations with excessive dust or cigarette
smoke. Dust and smoke can have negative effects
on the inner parts of the scanner.
● Avoid warm or humid locations, such as in the
vicinity of a water faucet, water heater, or
humidifier, and avoid locations where the fumes
from ammonia, paint thinner, or other volatile
chemicals may be present.
● Avoid locations that are subject to vibration.
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CAUTION
Power
• If you turn the scanner ON without removing the transportation
screws, error code E2020001 appears. Turn the power OFF, and
remove the transportation screws and tag.
• As the transportation screws are necessary when transporting the
scanner, do not throw them away. Make sure to store them for
later use.
● Connect only to a power outlet of the rated voltage
and power supply frequency (either 120 V, 60 Hz
or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz, depending on your
region).
● Do not use the scanner with a power supply that is
not rated for the specified voltage. Doing so might
cause fire or electric shock.
● Do not connect other electrical equipment to the
same power outlet to which the scanner is
connected. Also, when using an extension cord,
make sure that the extension cord is rated for the
current requirements of the scanner.
● The power cord may become damaged if it is often
stepped on or if heavy objects are placed on it.
Continued use of a damaged power cord can lead
to an accident, such as a fire or electrical shock.
● Never bundle the power cord or wrap the cord
around an object, such as a table leg.
● Do not pull directly on the power cord. When
disconnecting the power cord, grasp the plug and
remove it from the outlet.
● Keep the area around the power plug clear of
objects so that the power cord can be
disconnected easily in an emergency.
● If you have any questions regarding the power
supply, contact your local authorized Canon dealer
or service representative for further information.
Installing the Securing Braces
The securing braces prevent the scanner from tipping
backward when the feeder is open. Make sure to install the
securing braces before using the scanner.
Securing braces
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● Close the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care
to avoid pinching your fingers.
Checking the Rear Cables
Before connecting to the computer, make sure that cable
connectors to are properly connected at the rear of the
scanner.
● To prevent the scanner from tipping backward
when the feeder is open, install the securing
braces. (See p. 1-3.)
Moving the Scanner
● The scanner weights about 41 kg (90.4 lb).
To lift or move the scanner, always use two
people, one on each side. Never attempt to lift the
scanner by yourself. You could drop the scanner or
pinch your fingers, resulting in personal injury or
damage to the scanner. Remember to be extra
careful when moving it.
Opening and Closing the Feeder
● Open the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care
to avoid letting the feeder fall over backwards.
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● Make sure to disconnect the interface cable and
power cord when moving the scanner. If the
scanner is carried with these items connected, the
plugs and connectors may be damaged or cause
the scanner to fall and result in personal injury or
damage to the scanner.
Handling
WARNING
Note the following precautions whenever using the
scanner. Failure to do so may result in a fire or
electric shock.
■ Never place alcohol, benzene, paint thinners, or
other flammable substances near the scanner.
■ Do not cut, damage, or modify the power cord. Do
not place heavy objects on the power cord, and do
not pull or excessively bend the power cord.
■ Never connect the power cord when your hands
are wet.
■ Do not connect the scanner to a multiplug power
strip.
■ Do not knot or coil the power cord, as this may
result in a fire or electric shock. When connecting
the power cord, make sure that the power plug is
securely and completely inserted into the power
outlet.
■ To use a reel-type extension cord, unwind all of the
cord from the reel. Long-term operation with the
cord wound on the reel may cause the cord to
overheat and could cause a fire.
■ Do not use power cords other than the power cord
provided with this scanner.
■ Never try to take the scanner apart or modify it in
any way, as this is dangerous and may lead to a
fire or electric shock.
■ Do not use flammable aerosol sprays products
near the scanner.
■ When cleaning the scanner, turn the power switch
OFF and disconnect the power cord from the
power supply.
■ Installing the Transportation Screws
When moving the scanner, you must secure the optical unit
using the three transportation screws that you removed.
Use the following procedure to return the optical unit to its
default position and install the transportation screws.
1. Connect the power cord.
2. Turn the power switch ON while holding down the
Enter and New File keys. (See p. 1-12.)
Enter
New File
3. Continue to hold down the Enter and New File keys
until “Power Off” appears on the display panel, and
then turn the power switch OFF.
P o w e r
O f f
4. Secure the optical unit by installing the three
transportation screws.
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■ Some parts can only be cleaned when the power
is turned ON. In these cases, be careful to avoid
electric shock.
■ Clean the scanner using a slightly dampened cloth
which has been well wrung out. Never use alcohol,
benzene, paint thinner, or any other flammable
substances.
■ If the scanner makes strange noises, or gives off
smoke, heat, or strange odors, or the scanner
does not function or other abnormalities occur
when you use the scanner, immediately turn the
power switch OFF, and disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet. Then, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or service representative
for further information.
■ Do not drop the scanner, or subject it to impact or
strong shock. Should the scanner ever become
damaged, immediately turn the power switch OFF,
and disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet. Then, contact your local authorized Canon
dealer or service representative to have the unit
serviced.
■ Before moving the scanner, make sure to turn the
power switch OFF, and disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet.
■ Notice to Cardiac Pacemaker Users
This product emits low level magnetic flux.
If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel
abnormalities, please be away from this product
and consult your doctor.
CAUTION
■ Do not install the scanner on a surface that is
unstable or tilted, or in an area subject to
excessive vibrations, as this may cause the
scanner to fall, resulting in personal injury or
damage to the scanner.
■ Do not block the ventilation openings. Doing so
could case the scanner to overheat, creating a risk
of fire.
■ Keep all liquids, beverages, or any type of liquid,
and clips, staples, necklaces, or other metal
objects away from the scanner. If you accidentally
spill liquid or drop a metal object into the scanner,
turn OFF the power immediately and disconnect
the power cord from the power outlet. Then,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or
service representative to have the unit serviced.
■ Do not locate the scanner in a humid or dusty
location. Doing so may cause a fire or electric
shock.
■ Do not place objects on top of the scanner. Such
objects may tip or fall over, resulting in personal
injury.
■ When unplugging the power cord, grasp it firmly by
its plug. Do not pull directly on the power cord, as
this may damage or expose the cord’s internal
wiring, resulting in a fire or electric shock.
■ Leave sufficient space around the power plug so
that it can be unplugged easily. If objects are
placed around the power plug, you will be unable
to unplug it in an emergency.
■ Do not allow water or flammable substances
(alcohol, paint thinner, benzene, etc.) to spill into
the scanner, as this may result in a fire or electric
shock.
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■ Turn OFF the power switch for safety when not
using the scanner for a long period of time, such as
overnight. Also, turn OFF the power switch, and
disconnect the power cord from the power outlet
for safety when the machine will not be used for an
extended period of time, such as during
consecutive holidays.
■ Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry that may get
caught in the scanner while you are using it. This
may result in personal injury. Be extra careful of
neckties and long hair. If anything becomes caught
in the scanner, immediately disconnect the power
cord to stop the scanner.
■ Be careful when placing paper in the scanner and
when removing jammed paper. It is possible to cut
your hand on the edge of a sheet of paper.
■ Do not open the feeder cover while the scanner is
operating. Doing so might result in a malfunction or
injury.
■ Do not directly touch the pins and contacts on the
scanner’s connector with your hands. Doing so
might result in a malfunction.
■ Open the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care
to avoid letting it fall over backwards. Failure to do
so might result in a malfunction or personal injury.
■ Close the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care
to avoid pinching your hands. Failure to do so
might result in a malfunction or personal injury.
■ When scanning a thick book or similar item from
the flatbed (platen glass), avoid pressing down
hard on the feeder. Doing so might damage the
glass and create the risk of a malfunction or
personal injury.
■ Never place any object other than documents to be
scanned onto the scanner’s flatbed (platen glass).
Doing so might result in a malfunction or personal
injury.
Disposal
● When disposing of this scanner, make sure to
follow all local ordinances and laws or consult with
the retailer who sold you the scanner.
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2. Features
The main features of the DR-7090C are described below.
● Job Function
Scanning conditions and the saving destination for
image files are registered with the job, so you can scan
using only control panel key operations. (See “About
the Job Function” on p. 3-11.)
● User Mode
The User Mode functions can be employed to set the
scanner for practically any condition. (See “About the
User Modes” on p. 4-2.)
Scanner Features
● High-speed scanning
The feeder supports scanning of LTR/A4-size
documents at speeds up to 70 pages per minute.
● Single-pass duplex (two-side) scanning
When scanning two-sided documents with the feeder,
the front and back sides of the document are scanned
simultaneously.
When the Long Document mode is set to ON in the user
mode settings, two-sided documents are scanned one
side at a time. (See “User Mode Functions” on p. 4-2.)
● Flatbed scanning
Flatbed scanning is also supported for thin paper, paper
that does not feed properly, magazines, bound
documents, and other documents that cannot be scanned
using the feeder.
● Feeding capacity of up to 100 pages
The paper feed tray allows you to load up to 100 sheets
of standard copy paper at one time.
● Variety of Scanning Modes
The scanner is equipped with six scanning modes:
Black and White, Error Diffusion, Advanced Text
Enhancement, Advanced Text Enhancement II, 256Color Grayscale, and 24-Bit Color.
* Advanced Text Enhancement can clarify scanned text by
processing background or foreground colors.
● Count-Only Mode
When operating the scanner as a stand-alone device,
this mode counts the number of loaded document
sheets. (See “Count Only Mode” on p. 3-21.)
● Long Document Mode
Document sheets up to 24.8" (630 mm) long can be
scanned with Paper Size Detection. (See “User Mode
Functions” on p. 4-2.)
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● Dropout and Color Enhancement Functions
The scanner is equipped with drop-out and
enhancement functions that enable you to specify one
color (red, blue, or green) to be omitted (dropped out) or
enhanced, respectively, while scanning.
Detection Functions
● Auto Paper Size Detection
The document page size is detected before scanning.
Fixed-Size Scanning
Auto-Size Detection
Scanning
● Text Orientation Detection
The text orientation on each page is detected, and the
scanned image is rotated in 90-degree increments as
necessary for normalization.
Landscape Document
(Scanned Vertically)
Color Document
● Remove Binder Holes
Erases the shadows that appear on scanned images form
binding holes on the original document.
Image After Text
Orientation Detection
Image with Binding Holes
IMPORTANT
Image with Binding Holes
Removed
● Skip Blank Page
The scanner scans both sides of a document and skips
saving the image of any side it determines to be a blank
page.
The text orientation detection functions may not perform
properly depending on the document type.
Image Processing
● Deskew
The scanner straightens an image when it recognizes
from the image that the document page was fed askew.
Two-Sided Documents
with a Blank Side
Skewed Image
Image with Red Drop-Out
set (red filtered)
Deskewed Image
IMPORTANT
Deskew may not function properly when scanning only specified
areas of a document page.
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● MultiStream Function
The scanner supports MultiStream, which, depending
on the software application, can create two images with
different scanning conditions from a single scan pass.
However, this function is only available when using
CapturePerfect 3.0 (supplied with the scanner) or
another application program that supports the MultiStream function.
Document to be
Scanned
(150 dpi, Color)
(300 dpi, Black & White)
Two Types of Output Image
● Patchcode Support
Patch code sheets inserted between document pages can
be detected for batch separation. (See “Using Patchcode
Sheets” on p. 3-19.)
Options
● Stamping
This feature automatically marks the trailing edge of a
scanned document page with a stamp to indicate that is
has been scanned. (See “Optional Products” on
p. 1-14.)
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3. Names and Functions of Parts
The names and functions of the DR-7090C parts are shown below.
Feeder
Flatbed
a Feeder Cover
Open this cover to clear document jams and clean the
rollers. (See p. 3-22 and p. 5-6.)
b Opening Lever
Operate this release lever when opening or closing the
feeder cover.
c Document Set Indicator
This indicator lights when there is a document in the
document feeder tray. (See p. 3-4.) When a paper jam
occurs, this indicator flashes. (See p. 3-22.)
d Slide Guide
Adjust this guide to the marking on the document size
label that indicates the applicable document size. (See
p. 3-4.)
e Document Feeder Tray
Load documents to be scanned here. (See p. 3-4.)
f Document Eject Tray
Scanned documents are ejected here. Open the document
feeder tray to remove ejected documents. (See p. 3-5.)
g Eject Tray Extension
h Operation Panel (See p. 1-12.)
a Pressure Board (Black)
This board presses the document page against the glass
during scanning. (See p. 3-5.)
b Flatbed (Platen Glass)
When placing the document onto the platen glass, align it
with the arrow in the upper left corner of the glass. (See
p. 3-5.)
c Scanning Area Cleaning Tool
Use this when cleaning the scanning area inside the feeder.
(See p. 5-9.)
d Opening Sensor
This sensor detects whether the feeder is open or closed.
(See p. 3-5.)
e Air Vents
f Securing Brace
The securing braces prevent the scanner from tipping
backward when the feeder is open. (See p. 1-3.)
g Power Switch (See p. 2-9.)
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Rear
Operation Panel
a Menu Key
Press this key to cycle the display through the various user
modes, as shown below. (See “About the User Modes” on
p. 4-2.)
C o u n t
O N
a Air Vents
b USB Connector
Connect a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compatible USB cable here.
(See p. 2-6.)
c DIP Switches
Configure these switches to specify the SCSI ID or
terminator ON or OFF. (See p. 2-7.)
d SCSI Connectors
Connect a SCSI cable (50-pin half pitch, pin type) here.
(See p. 2-7.)
e Power Cord Connector
Connect the provided power cord here.
O n l y
M o d e
[ O F F ]
T o t a l
C o u n t e r
0
L o n g
D o c u m e n t
O N
[ O F F ]
S i n g l e - P a s s
D u p .
[ O N ]
O F F
S t a n d - b y
M o d e
2 4 0
6 0
[ 1 0 ]
U S B
J a p a n e s e
O N
[ O F F ]
S C S I
S p e e d
[ 2 0 ]
1 0
D i s p l a y
S h o r t
P a c k e t
[ O N ]
O F F
5
C o n t r a s t
b Set Keys
Use these keys to change the setting of the currently
displayed user mode. (See p. 4-3.)
c Enter Key
Press this key to register the currently displayed user mode
setting. (See p. 4-3.)
d Display Panel
Displays the number of scanned pages, error codes, etc.
CAUTION
• Never touch the cables at the rear of the scanner. Disconnection
of these cables can cause a malfunction of the scanner.
• Take care to ensure that the vents never become blocked.
Blocked vents can lead to heat build-up inside of the scanner and
create the risk of fire.
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e Job Keys
Use these keys to scroll through registered job numbers
(01 through 99) on the display panel. (See “About the Job
Function” on p. 3-11.) Pressing the Start key while a job
number is displayed starts the scanning of the document
and forwards the scanned image to the destination
registered for the job.
f New File Key
This key is active for applications that support batch
separation. This key lights when pressed or in accordance
with the application’s batch separation settings. Scanning
the next document while this key is lit causes the scanned
image to be stored in a different file or folder than the
previously scanned document.
g Start Key
The Start key lamp lights when the key is enabled by the
Count Only Mode or the application’s settings. Pressing
the Start key while its lamp is lit causes scanning to start.
h Stop Key
Pressing this key stops an ongoing scanning operation.
This key is also used to cancel a mode setting and clear an
error indicator from the counter display area.
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4. Optional Products
The following options can be purchased and used on the DR-7090C, if they are necessary. Contact your sales representative.
Hint
Stamp Unit
• The stamp pattern is fixed and cannot be changed.
• When scanning both sides of a document, the sides that are
stamped will differ depending on the Single Pass Duplex setting
of the scanner’s user mode settings. When the Single Pass
Duplex setting is ON, only the front side of the document is
stamped. When the Single Pass Duplex setting is OFF, both sides
of the document are stamped.
• The cross in the center of the stamp rotates during stamping.
The stamp unit affixes a stamp on document pages that are
scanned using the feeder. The application can be used to turn
stamping on or off.
The stamp is a circle that has a diameter of about 0.1" (3 mm),
with a cross in the center. It is stamped on the scanned side of
the document page, approximately 0.4" (10 mm) from the
trailing edge of the document page.
Stamp
Position
Stamp
Position
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1. Setup Procedures ............................................ 2-2
2. Installation Requirements ................................ 2-3
3. Software Installation ........................................ 2-4
About the Setup Menu ..........................................2-4
4. Connecting the Scanner to the Computer ....... 2-6
Interface Connector Locations ..............................2-6
Using a USB Connection ......................................2-6
Using a SCSI Connection .....................................2-7
5. Turning the Power ON (Scanner Recognition) 2-9
About the Power Switch ........................................2-9
Scanner Recognition.............................................2-9
Chapter 2 Setup
1. Setup Procedures
Perform the following setup procedures to prepare the scanner for use.
Step 1: Confirm the installation requirements. (See p. 2-3)
Step 2: Install the Software. (See p. 2-4)
Step 3: Connect the scanner to the computer. (See p. 2-6)
Step 4: Turn the power ON (Scanner recognition). (See p. 2-9)
• Windows XP
IMPORTANT
• Be sure to install the software before connecting the scanner
to the computer.
• If you connect the scanner to the computer before installing
the software, a wizard screen such as the one shown below
will appear when you turn the scanner ON. In this case, click
[Cancel] to close the wizard screen, and then turn the scanner
OFF.
• Windows 2000
• Windows Vista
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2. Installation Requirements
To use the DR-7090C, your computer must satisfy the following system requirements.
■ Operating System:
IMPORTANT
• Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP4 or later
• Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 or later
• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition SP3 or later
• Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP2 or
later
• Microsoft Windows Vista Home basic, Home Premium,
Business, Ultimate or Enterprise SP1 or later
• Microsoft Windows 7
• If you do not know the requirements for your computer system,
contact the store where you purchased the computer or the
manufacturer of the computer for more information.
• Do not connect both a USB interface and a SCSI card at the
same time.
• Note the following points when using the USB interface that
was provided with your computer.
– The USB connection should be a Hi-Speed USB 2.0
interface.
– Scanning speeds are lower if your computer’s standard
USB interface is USB Full-Speed (equal to USB 1.1).
– Use the most recently available USB 2.0 driver provided by
Microsoft. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer for
more detailed information.
– Not all USB interfaces provided as standard with personal
computers are guaranteed. Contact your local authorized
Canon dealer for more detailed information.
– Use the USB cable that was originally bundled with the
scanner or a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compatible cable.
• Note the following when using a SCSI card.
– Make sure to follow the procedure in the manual for the
SCSI card and the computer that you are using when
installing a SCSI card in your computer.
– The overall length of the SCSI cable you can use is
determined by the SCSI standards. Refer to the manual for
the SCSI card you are using for more information.
• If the CPU, memory, interface card, and other specifications
do not satisfy the installation requirements, the scanning
speed may be greatly reduced and transmission may take a
long time.
• Even if the computer satisfies the recommended
specifications, the scanning speed may vary, depending on
the scan settings.
• The ISIS/TWAIN Drivers provided with the scanner do not
necessarily operate on all ISIS- or TWAIN-compatible
applications. For details, contact your application software
retailer.
Hint
Microsoft Windows Vista has 32- and 64-bit versions.
■ Computer Specifications:
• CPU: Pentium 4, 3.2GHz or faster
• Memory: 1 GB or more
• Hard disk: 1 GB or more available space
• CD-ROM drive
• Interface: One standard Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port on the
PC, or a SCSI expansion card
• Monitor: Resolution of 1024 × 768 (XGA) or better
recommended
■ Recommended SCSI Cards:
SCSI cards made by Adaptec (for PCI bus)
• AHA-2930U
• AHA-2940AU
• ASC-19160
SCSI card made by Adaptec (for Card bus)
• APA-1480
■ An ISIS-compatible application or a TWAINcompatible application that is compatible with
the above operating systems.
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3. Software Installation
This section describes how to install the software.
■ The Typical Installation Screen
About the Setup Menu
This screen appears when you click “Typical Installation”
on the Menu screen. Click [Install] to install all of the
listed software.
When you insert the included Setup disc into the computer’s
CD drive, the menu shown below should appear. If the menu
does not appear, use Explorer to access the CD drive and
execute the file “SETUP.EXE”.
Hint
See the Easy Start Guide for instructions on using the typical
installation procedure.
IMPORTANT
• As always when installing software, log in using an account with
Administrator privileges.
• When using Windows Vista, the “User Account Control” dialog
box may appear. In this case, enter your login user password for
Administrator privileges, and click [OK].
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■ The Custom Installation Screen
This screen appears when you click “Custom Installation”
on the Menu screen. Select the check boxes next to the
software that you want to install.
Click [Install] to install the selected software.
■ The Read Manual Screen
From this screen you can select one of the supplied
electronic manuals to read: the Easy Start Guide (a printed
copy is also supplied), the Reference Guide, the User
Manual (this manual), or the CapturePerfect 3.0
Operation Guide.
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4. Connecting the Scanner to the Computer
There are two methods for connecting the DR-7090C scanner to a computer: a USB connection to a standard USB port built in to
the computer, or SCSI connection to a SCSI card installed in an expansion slot of the computer. Select the method that is best suited
to your computer environment.
2. Connect the power cord into an AC outlet. b
Interface Connector Locations
The USB port and SCSI connector are located on the scanner
as shown below.
SCSI ID, terminator
120 V model Type
USB Connector
220 - 240 V model Type
SCSI Connector
3. Use the supplied USB cable to connect the scanner
IMPORTANT
to the computer.
Connect the square plug (Type B) of the USB cable to the
scanner.
• Do not connect both USB and SCSI cables to the scanner at the
same time.
• Use only the supplied power cord.
• The scanner and computer should both be turned OFF when
making connections.
• Make sure that the computer is turned OFF before connecting the
SCSI cable. The scanner may not be properly recognized by the
computer if it is connected while the computer is turned ON.
• A SCSI cable is not supplied with the scanner. Obtain a cable with
connectors that match the SCSI connectors on both the scanner
and the computer.
Type A
Type B
Using a USB Connection
WARNING
1. Connect the supplied power cord into the power
When using a USB connection, make sure to set the SCSI
terminator to ON. If the SCSI terminator is set to OFF, proper
scanning may not be possible.
connector on the back of the scanner. a
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■ Setting the SCSI ID and terminator
Using a SCSI Connection
Set the SCSI ID and terminator using the DIP switches
located between the SCSI connectors and power cord
connector.
Slide a DIP switch up to set it OFF, and slide it down to set
it ON.
IMPORTANT
Make sure that the computer is turned OFF before connecting the
SCSI cable. If the cable is connected while the computer is on, the
scanner may not be properly recognized by the computer.
1. Shut down Windows and turn the computer’s power
SCSI ID
OFF.
Terminator
2. Connect the supplied power cord into the power
connector on the back of the scanner. a
1 2 3 4
3. Connect the power cord into an AC outlet. b
120 V model Type
220 - 240 V model Type
4. Use the SCSI cable to connect the scanner to the
SCSI ID
SW1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
OFF
SW2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
SW3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
Refer to the table when setting the SCSI ID. If other SCSI
devices are connected to or built into the computer, make
sure that none of the SCSI IDs overlap.
computer.
IMPORTANT
• The SCSI ID is factory set to 2.
• You can set the SCSI ID between 0 and 7. However, do not
use ID 7 as this ID is usually assigned to the SCSI controller.
In addition, when the SCSI hard disk drive is built in, do not
use IDs 0 and 1 as these IDs are usually assigned to the hard
disk.
Set the terminator on the last SCSI device in the daisy
chain connection to ON.
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<When only the scanner is connected to your
computer, or when the scanner is the last device in a
daisy chain>
Set the terminator switch to ON.
In such a connection, make sure that the terminators on all
other SCSI devices are set to OFF.
Terminator ON
Terminator OFF
<When another SCSI device is the last device in a
daisy chain>
Set the terminator switch on the scanner to OFF.
In such a connection, set the terminator on the last
connected SCSI device to ON.
Terminator ON or
terminator plug
connected
Terminator OFF
CAUTION
When the scanner is the last device connected in a daisy chain,
make sure to set the terminator using either the DIP switch or a
terminator plug. If you use a terminator plug and the DIP switch
is set to ON, the scanner may malfunction.
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5. Turning the Power ON (Scanner Recognition)
When you turn ON the computer and the scanner, the Windows Plug and Play function recognizes the scanner and automatically
installs the required device driver.
About the Power Switch
Scanner Recognition
The power switch is located on the scanner’s side panel, and
the following appears on the display panel when the power
switch is turned ON. (See p. 6-2.)
The scanner will be recognized the first time it is connected to
the computer.
1. Make sure that the scanner and computer are
connected properly.
2. Turn ON the scanner.
3. Turn ON the computer.
Power Switch
4. Log on to Windows as an Administrator.
5. Windows automatically recognizes the scanner and
Display panel
performs the device driver installation.
• Windows 2000
IMPORTANT
• When connecting the scanner to the computer using a SCSI
cable, be sure to turn ON the scanner first, and then turn ON the
computer. If you turn ON the computer first, the scanner may not
be properly recognized by the computer.
• Press the power switch again to turn the scanner OFF.
• After turning the scanner OFF, wait at least 10 seconds before
turning it ON again.
• If you will not be using the scanner for an extended period,
disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet for safety.
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista
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• The DR-7090C device driver is installed in Device Manager
under [Imaging Devices] as [CANON DR-7090C USB] or
[CANON DR-7090C SCSI].
Hint
• With Windows Vista, installation proceeds automatically
regardless of the displayed “Check here for status” balloon
help.
You can click “Check here for status” to display the installation
progress.
• With Windows XP and Vista, a message appears when
installation is finished.
• From the Control Panel, you can display the Device Manager
using the following procedure:
– With Windows 2000, open [System] and click [Device
Manager] on the Hardware tab sheet.
– With Windows XP, first switch the Control Panel to the
Classic View to display [System]. Then open [System] and
click [Device Manager] on the Hardware tab sheet.
– With Windows Vista, open [System Maintenance] and click
[Device Manager]. Or, switch the Control Panel to the
Classic View and click the [Device Manager] icon.
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista
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1. Documents....................................................... 3-2
Types of Documents .............................................3-2
Feeder Capacity....................................................3-3
2. Placing Documents onto the Scanner ............. 3-4
Loading a Document into the Feeder....................3-4
Positioning a Document on the Flatbed
(Platen Glass) .......................................................3-5
3. Document Feeding .......................................... 3-8
Scan Procedure ....................................................3-8
4. Scanning........................................................ 3-11
About the Job Function .......................................3-11
CapturePerfect 3.0 ..............................................3-14
5. Using Patchcode Sheets ............................... 3-19
About Patchcode Sheets.....................................3-19
How to Use Patchcode Sheets ...........................3-20
6. Count Only Mode........................................... 3-21
7. Clearing Paper Jams ..................................... 3-22
Clearing a Paper Jam .........................................3-22
Paper Jam Causes..............................................3-24
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
1. Documents
This section describes the various types of documents that can be scanned with the feeder.
CAUTION
Handle documents with care. Improper handling of paper can cause paper cuts or other personal injury.
Follow these guidelines when you prepare a document for
scanning:
• When scanning long documents, set Long Document mode
to ON in the user mode settings, and then scan the
documents one by one. (See “About the User Modes” on
p. 4-2.)
• Before scanning documents that contain pasted artwork,
make sure that the ink or paste on the pages is thoroughly
dry. If the documents are scanned with the ink or paste still
wet, the scanner may malfunction.
• If you scan a document written in pencil, the letters may not
scan properly or the pencil may rub off onto the rollers and
stain subsequent documents. Before you scan this kind of
document, make a copy and then scan the copy. After
scanning a document written in pencil or some other soft
writing material, be sure to clean the scanning rollers. (See
“Cleaning the Feeder” on p. 5-6.)
• If you scan thin paper in the Duplex mode, the ink printed
on the back side may be scanned. In this case, adjust the
scanning density.
• If you scan documents with a rough surface, friction
between the documents may cause a paper jam. In this case,
select [Flatbed], and then scan the documents one page at a
time.
• When you scan a batch of NCR documents, make sure that
they are not stuck together. If a jam occurs, change the
scanning side setting to ‘Flatbed’, and then scan the
document one page at a time.
Types of Documents
The following are the dimensions of the documents that can
be fed by the feeder:
Width: 55" to 11.7" (139.7 mm to 298.1 mm)
Length: 5" to 17" (128 mm to 431.8 mm) (Normal Mode)
5" to 24.8" (128 mm to 630 mm) (Long Document Mode)
Document Thickness
Black-and-white Documents
Simplex: 0.002" to 0.006" (0.06 mm to 0.15 mm)
Duplex: 0.002" to 0.006" (0.07 mm to 0.15 mm)
Black-and-white/Color Documents Mixed: 0.002" to
0.006" (0.07 mm to 0.15 mm)
Color Documents
0.003" to 0.006" (0.08 mm to 0.15 mm)
Documents Longer than 17" (432 mm)
0.003" to 0.006" (0.08 mm to 0.14 mm)
Document Weight
Black-and-white Documents
Simplex: 11 to 32 lb bond (42 to 128 g/m2)
Duplex: 13 to 32 lb bond (50 to 128 g/m2)
Black-and-white/Color Documents Mixed: 13 to 32
lb bond (50 to 128 g/m2)
Color Documents
17 to 32 lb bond (64 to 128 g/m2)
Documents Longer than 17" (432 mm)
16 to 24 lb bond (60 to 90 g/m2)
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• To avoid paper jams, damage to documents, and a scanner
malfunction, do not feed the following types of paper. For
such documents, scan one page at a time from the flatbed
(platen glass).
Wrinkled or creased
paper
Carbon-backed paper
Curled paper
Coated paper
Torn paper
Extremely thin paper
Feeder Capacity
Note the following rules when loading a document into the
feeder.
• Make sure the top of the document stack is not higher than
the load limitation mark. Overloading the feeder can cause
jamming.
• The feeder is designed to hold approximately 100 sheets of
standard copy paper (20 lb bond or 80 g/m2).
Paper with clips or
staples
Hint
• Note that mixing documents of different thicknesses and sizes
may cause a malfunction during feeding.
• Documents containing text or pictures within 0.2" (5 mm) of its
edges or documents with a color background may cause
erroneous skew detection or automatic size detection.
Load Limitation
Mark
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2. Placing Documents onto the Scanner
This section describes how to load documents into the feeder and how to position a document page on the flatbed (platen glass) for
scanning.
CAUTION
Handle documents with care. Improper handling of paper can cause paper cuts or other personal injury.
Loading a Document into the Feeder
Document Set Indicator
Perform the following steps to load the pages of a document
into the feeder for scanning.
1. Adjust each slide guide so its pointer is aligned with
the corresponding paper size on the document size
label.
Slide Guide
IMPORTANT
• Make sure the top of the document stack is not higher than the
load limitation mark. Overloading the feeder can cause
jamming.
• The feeder is designed to hold approximately 100 sheets of
standard copy paper (20 lb bond or 80g/m2).
IMPORTANT
Use both hands to adjust both the left and right slide guides.
Adjusting only one slide guide can lead to a malfunction.
2. Align the edges of the document stack on a flat
surface, and then load the stack into the feeder with
the scanning side facing upwards.
Insert the stack into the feeder as far as it will go, until the
document set indicator lights.
Load Limitation
Mark
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• When scanning NCR paper that is 11" x 17"/A3 or other large
sizes, as well as paper that is very thin, the document may
occasionally get caught in the paper eject mechanism. In this
case, place an auxiliary sheet of paper in the document eject
tray before scanning the document.
Positioning a Document on the Flatbed
(Platen Glass)
Use the following procedure to scan on the flatbed (platen
glass) when scanning a book, thick document, very thin
document, OHP (overhead transparency) or any other
document that cannot be scanned using the feeder.
1. Open the feeder.
Auxiliary Paper
3. After scanning is complete, lift the document feeder
Opening
Sensor
tray, and then remove the document from the
document eject tray.
IMPORTANT
11.8" (300
mm) or more
• Lower the feeder slowly, taking care to avoid pinching your
fingers. Failure to do so might result in personal injury.
• When scanning on the flatbed (platen glass), open the feeder
at least 11.8" (300 mm) until the opening sensor unit is
disengaged.
IMPORTANT
• Leaving a document in the document eject tray and scanning
another document can cause jamming.
• Raise the document feeder tray only as much as you need to
remove the ejected document pages. Trying to forcibly raise
the document feeder tray can cause a malfunction.
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2. Place the document onto the flatbed (platen glass)
3. Slowly and carefully lower the feeder back down.
with the scanning side facing downwards.
CAUTION
With the scanning side of the document facing
downwards, align its corner with the arrow mark in the
upper left corner of the flatbed (platen glass).
• Lower the feeder slowly, taking care to avoid pinching your
fingers. Failure to do so might result in personal injury.
• When scanning a thick book or similar item on the flatbed
(platen glass), avoid pressing down hard on the feeder. Doing
so might damage the glass and create the risk of malfunction
or personal injury.
4. Open the feeder and remove the document from the
flatbed (platen glass).
IMPORTANT
Open the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care to avoid letting
the feeder fall over backwards.
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3. Set the thick document or book on the flatbed (platen glass)
and hold the feeder lightly while scanning.
Hint
2" (50 mm)
Leave the feeder raised when scanning thick documents like
books, or operate the feeder as shown in the procedure below.
1. Open the feeder.
2. While pressing on the bottom of the feeder a, pull the feeder
down and forward b.
Book or Thick document
4. To return the feeder to its original position, open it all the way
a, then close it carefully and slowly b.
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3. Document Feeding
This section describes the various different document feeding modes that are available, and the basic steps to use each mode for
scanning.
CAUTION
• Avoid wearing loose fitting clothing, dangling jewelry, long ties, or even long hair that could become entangled with moving parts, especially
the rollers that feed the paper. If such objects become entangled, immediately disconnect the power plug from the power outlet to stop the
scanner.
• Check the stack and remove all clips, staples, pins, or any other type of metal or plastic fastener. They may damage the document, cause a
paper jam, or scanner malfunction.
• Do not open the feeder cover during scanning. This could damage the document, cause document jams, or damage the scanner.
Hint
Scan Procedure
• To scan using the flatbed, set the scanning side to [Flatbed] or
[Auto] in the scanner settings screen.
• If the scanning side is set to [Auto] in the scanner settings
screen, documents placed in the feeder will be scanned. If
there are no documents in the feeder, the flatbed will be
scanned.
The Feeding Option setting (see p. 8-16) in the scanner
settings screen allows you to select from among the three
feeding modes described below. The procedure you should
use depends on the currently selected feeding mode.
Standard Feeding (See p. 3-8)
With this mode, you start and stop scanning from an
application on your computer. After placing the document
onto the scanner, instruct the scanner from your computer
to start scanning.
■ Standard Feeding
To use the standard feeding mode, instruct the scanner to
start from the application.
1. Select [Standard Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the
scanner settings screen.
Panel Feeding (See p. 3-9)
Panel feeding comes in handy when using the feeder for
continuous scanning, for scanning page-by-page from a
book, etc. After placing the document page onto the
scanner, press Start to start scanning.
When scanning is complete, place the next document page
onto the scanner, and then press Start again.
2. Place the document onto the scanner.
Automatic Feeding (See p. 3-10)
Use this mode for scanning a stack of document pages with
the feeder. The scanner will start scanning automatically
when it detects a document in the document feeder tray.
Scanning stops when the document feeder tray is empty.
Loading the next document into the document feeder tray
restarts scanning.
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3. Place the document onto the scanner.
IMPORTANT
See “Placing Documents onto the Scanner” on p. 3-4 for
information about placing documents onto the scanner.
3. From the application you are using, execute the
required command to start scanning.
Scanning starts.
4. When scanning of the document is complete, the
application goes into the Ready Mode.
Hint
If paper feeding stops during scanning due to a system error or
paper jam, make sure that the last page of the document was
recorded properly before continuing to scan.
IMPORTANT
5. If you want to scan another document, place it onto
See “Placing Documents onto the Scanner” on p. 3-4 for
information about placing documents onto the scanner.
the scanner, and then execute the required
command from the application to resume scanning.
To finish scanning, execute the required command
from the application.
4. Press Start.
5. When scanning of the document is complete, the
scanner goes into the Ready Mode.
IMPORTANT
If you are using the feeder for scanning, be sure to remove
ejected document pages from the document eject tray before
scanning another document. Leaving a document in the
document eject tray and scanning another document can cause
a paper jam.
Hint
If paper feeding stops during scanning due to a system error or
paper jam, make sure that the last page of the document was
recorded properly before continuing to scan.
6. If you want to scan another document, place it onto
■ Panel Feeding
the scanner, and then press Start to resume
scanning. To finish scanning, press Stop.
With panel feeding, you execute the scan command from
your application, and then use the scanner’s Start and Stop
keys to control the scanning operation.
IMPORTANT
If you are using the feeder for scanning, be sure to remove
ejected document pages from the document eject tray before
scanning another document. Leaving a document in the
document eject tray and scanning another document can cause
a paper jam.
1. Select [Panel-Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the
scanner settings screen.
2. From the application you are using, execute the
required command to start scanning.
The Start key lamp to lights green.
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■ Automatic Feeding
IMPORTANT
Automatic feeding can be used when feeding a document
from the feeder. After you execute the scan start command
from the application, the scanner starts scanning
automatically whenever it detects a document loaded into
the feeder.
Make sure to remove ejected document pages from the
document eject tray before scanning another document.
Leaving a document in the document eject tray and scanning
another document can cause a paper jam.
6. Loading another document into the document feeder
tray causes scanning to start automatically. After you
finish scanning, press Stop.
1. Select [Automatic Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on
the scanner settings screen.
2. From your application, execute the command to start
Hint
scanning.
The Start key lamp lights green.
If the scanning side is set to [Auto] and the feeding option is set
to [Automatic Feeding], scanning is performed as follows.
• Documents are automatically detected and scanned when
placed in the feeder.
• The Start key lamp lights, and the flatbed enters a standby
state. If you place a document on the flatbed and press the
Start key, the document on the flatbed will be scanned.
3. Load the document into the document feeder tray.
The scanner detects the documents, and scanning starts.
IMPORTANT
See “Placing Documents onto the Scanner” on p. 3-4 for
information about placing documents onto the scanner.
4. When scanning of the document is complete, the
scanner goes into the Ready Mode.
5. Raise the document feeder tray to remove the
ejected document pages.
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4. Scanning
Scanning operations can be controlled by a scanning application program such as the CapturePerfect 3.0 software included with the
scanner, or directly from the control panel of the DR-7090C, using the Job Function.
This section describes the Job Function and provides an overview of CapturePerfect 3.0.
IMPORTANT
When the conditions for scanning require a large amount of the computer’s memory, scanning may not be possible if the memory is insufficient.
If a memory error appears during scanning, exit the application and change the scanning conditions before attempting to scan again. (See
“Before Use” on p. 8-2.)
Save image to
specified folder.
About the Job Function
The Job Function enables you to use the Job Registration Tool
to register different jobs which can then be selected for
scanning by pressing the Job key on the control panel.
Job registration stores scanning condition settings, image file
format selection, save destination, and image data processing
settings for each job to be used with the Job Function.
Output to printer
(Network)
DR-7090C
Hint
The Job Registration Tool is a TWAIN-compliant application that is
installed along with the ISIS/TWAIN driver. See Chapter 9 “Job
Registration Tool Settings” for details.
Send image as an
e-mail attachment.
■ Executing Jobs
Use the following procedure to execute jobs that have been
registered by the Job Registration Tool.
The Job function has the capabilities listed below, and jobs
can be registered using the Job Registration Tool.
• Images can be saved to a shared folder or other specified
folder.
• Images can be sent as e-mail attachments (e-mail
application not required).
• Images can be output to a specified printer.
1. Set the Events function. (See “Setting the Events
Function” on p. 3-13.)
2. From the Windows task bar, click [Start] ➔ click [All
Programs] ➔ [Canon DR-7090C] ➔ [Job Registration
Tool].
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4. Press the Job [
] key to enter the Job Mode.
The job number screen appears on the display panel.
5. Press the Job [
] and [
number (01 to 99).
] keys to select a job
6. Place the document onto the scanner.
Job Registration Tool starts.
IMPORTANT
For details on how to place documents, see “Placing
Documents onto the Scanner” on p. 3-4.
7. Press the Start key.
The image file is forwarded in accordance with the
selected job.
3. Use Job Registration Tool to register a job.
Hint
8. When scanning of the document is complete, press
For details on how to register jobs with Job Registration Tool,
see Chapter 9 “Job Registration Tool Settings”.
the Stop key to exit the Job Mode.
Hint
If the Job Mode is not operating correctly, see “Troubleshooting”
on p. 6-5.
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■ Setting the Events Function
3. Select [Canon DR-7090C] and click [Properties].
The Job function will not function unless [DR7090C Job
Tool] is specified for the scanner’s Events function in
Windows. Before using the Job function, perform the
following procedure to configure the scanner’s event
settings.
1. Click the [Start] button, then select [Settings] [Control Panel].
4. Click the [Events] tab.
2. Double-click [Scanners and Cameras].
The Scanners and Cameras dialog box appears.
Hint
The dialog box that appears may vary depending on the
Windows version you are using.
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5. Select [Job Start Button] under [Scanner events].
CapturePerfect 3.0
CapturePerfect 3.0 is an ISIS-compatible application
developed for Canon document scanners.
CapturePerfect 3.0 includes the following modes. Select the
desired scan mode from the Scan menu to perform scanning.
For more information on CapturePerfect 3.0, refer to the
CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide.
6. Clear all the check boxes under [Send to this
application] except for the [DR-7090C Job Tool]
check box.
■ Scanning with CapturePerfect
The following three scanning methods are available from
the CapturePerfect Scan menu.
7. Click [Apply].
IMPORTANT
Scan Batch to Printer
Prints scanned images
on a specified printer
You cannot use the Job function if the [Disable device events]
check box is selected.
Scan Batch to File
Saves scanned images as files in
a specified folder
8. Click [OK].
9. Restart Windows.
(Network)
Scan Batch to Mail
Starts your e-mail program and
attaches the scanned image to
a new e-mail message
DR-7090C
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Scan Batch to File
Documents are scanned with the preset scanning
conditions, and the scanned image data is saved to a
specified folder.
Scan To Presentation
This mode is useful when a compact scanner is used in an
environment such as a conference hall, where it is
connected to a large display or projector. By setting
CapturePerfect for full-screen display before scanning,
scanned images are displayed at full size on the screen.
Scan Batch to Printer
Documents are scanned with the preset scanning
conditions, and the scanned image data is printed on a
specified printer.
Hint
This is not usually practical for large scanners such as the DR7090C.
Scan Batch to Mail
Scanning is performed with the specified scanning
conditions, and a MAPI-compliant e-mail client is started
to generate a new e-mail message with the scanned images
as attachments.
■ Using CapturePerfect 3.0
This section describes how to start CapturePerfect 3.0 and
scan documents. The procedure for using the Scan Batch
to File function is described here as an example.
For details, refer to the CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation
Guide.
Scan Page
Only one page of the document is scanned.
1. From the Windows task bar, click [Start] ➔ click [All
Programs] ➔ [CapturePerfect 3.0] ➔ [CapturePerfect
3.0].
Scan Job
The scanning conditions and scan mode (Scan Batch to
File, Scan Batch to Printer, or Scan Batch to Mail) are
registered in advance as a job. The scan job can then be
performed by selecting the registered job from the dropdown list (a) or by clicking (Scan Job) on the toolbar (b).
b
a
CapturePerfect 3.0 starts.
Hint
The following two scan jobs are already registered and up to 99
additional jobs can be registered.
• Color Document
Scan the document using 24-bit color, simplex, at 300 dpi
resolution, and save the file in the folder [My Pictures] under
the folder [My Documents].
• Binary Document
Scan the document in black-and-white, simplex, at 200 dpi
resolution, and save the file in the folder [My Pictures] under
the folder [My Documents].
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2. From the [Scan] menu, select [Select Scanner].
5. Click [OK] to finish scanner selection.
6. From the [Scan] menu, select [Scan Batch to File].
The [Select Scanner] dialog box opens.
3. Select [Canon DR-7090C] and click [Settings].
The [Scan Batch to File Setting] dialog box opens.
7. Click [Scanner Setting].
The [Configure Device Settings] dialog box opens.
IMPORTANT
If [Canon DR-7090C] is not displayed in [Scanner Name], you
must re-install the ISIS/TWAIN driver.
4. Set the [Default Page Size].
IMPORTANT
If you select [Default] in the ISIS driver properties dialog box,
that setting is applied here.
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10. Place your document and click [Save] to start
The Properties dialog box for the scanner driver opens.
scanning.
IMPORTANT
You must load your documents as described below, depending
on the specified [Scanning Side] and [Feeding Option] settings.
• If the [Standard Feeding] Feed Option is enabled, load your
documents before scanning. When all of the documents have
been scanned, the Continue Scanning dialog box appears.
8. Set the scan settings. (See “ISIS/TWAIN Driver
Settings Dialog Boxes” on p. 8-4.)
• If a Feed Option other than [Standard Feeding] or [Manual
Feeding] is selected, once you have started scanning, each
document placed in the Document Feed Tray is scanned, and
when no document is loaded, the scanner enters the standby
state.
• If the [Automatic Feeding] Feed Option is enabled, scanning
is performed automatically whenever a sensor in the
Document Feed Tray detects a loaded document, and
pressing the Stop key causes the Continue Scanning dialog
box to appear.
• If the [Panel-Feeding] Feed Option is enabled, the Start key
lamp is lit. You must load a document and press the Start key
to scan. Pressing the Stop button causes the Continue
Scanning dialog box to appear.
• If the scanning side is set to [Auto] and the feeding option is
set to [Automatic Feeding], scanning is performed as follows.
– Documents are automatically detected and scanned when
placed in the feeder.
– The Start key lamp lights, and the flatbed enters a standby
state. If you place a document on the flatbed and press the
Start key, the document on the flatbed will be scanned.
Hint
• To scan using the flatbed, set the scanning side to [Flatbed] or
[Auto].
• If the scanning side is set to [Auto], documents placed in the
feeder tray will be scanned. If there are no documents in the
feeder tray, the flatbed will be scanned.
9. Specify the file name and the file type for saving the
image data.
For details on the available settings in the [Scan Batch to
File Setting] dialog box, refer to the CapturePerfect 3.0
Operation Guide.
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11. When the [Continue Scanning] dialog box appears,
verify that a document is loaded, and click either
[Continue Scanning] or [Stop Scanning].
Hint
If Use Continue Scanning dialog in the [Scan] menu is not
checked, scanning finishes without displaying the Continue
Scanning dialog box.
12. When scanning is complete, select [Exit] from the
[File] menu to quit CapturePerfect 3.0.
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5. Using Patchcode Sheets
A patchcode sheet is a sheet on which a special pattern is printed that allows file separation without interrupting scan processes.
Patchcode sheets can be used with applications that support patchcode file separation. When the patchcode sheet is scanned and the
pattern is recognized, the document pages that follow can be saved as a separate file.
• Patchcode sheets must be printed in their original size. The
scanner may not recognize them as patchcode sheets if they
are enlarged or reduced.
About Patchcode Sheets
Patchcode sheets are registered in the following location
when the ISIS/TWAIN driver is installed.
To use the patchcode sheets, print them out using a printer.
■ Patchcode Pattern Function
There are two types of patchcodes, and their function
changes according to their pattern.
PATCH T
When the scanner recognizes this patchcode printed on a
patchcode sheet, it creates a separate file for the document
that comes after the patchcode sheet. The image of this
sheet can be saved or not, depending on the application’s
settings.
IMPORTANT
• Patchcode sheets can be used only when the application you are
using supports separating files by patchcode patterns.
• Patchcode sheets are data in PDF format. There are four types;
[PATCH II (A4)], [PATCH II (LTR)], [PATCH T (A4)], [PATCH T
(LTR)], organized according to the paper size and pattern.
• Patchcode sheets cannot be used when the MultiStream function
(See “MultiStream Function” on p. 1-10.) is being used by
CapturePerfect 3.0.
PATCH II
When the scanner recognizes this patchcode printed on a
patchcode sheet, it creates a separate file starting from the
patchcode sheet. The image of this sheet is saved,
regardless of the application’s settings.
■ Printing Patchcode Sheets
Open the desired patchcode sheet file with an application
that supports CapturePerfect 3.0 or the PDF file format,
and print the page image only at its original size.
IMPORTANT
• Print (at original size) PATCH T (A4) and PATCH II (A4)
sheets on A4-size paper, or PATCH T (LTR) and PATCH II
(LTR) on LTR paper.
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5. Set the [Type of batch separation] setting to [Scan,
How to Use Patchcode Sheets
Continue Scanning] or [Skip, Continue Scanning].
This section describes how to use patchcode sheets with
CapturePerfect 3.0.
Hint
• If [Scan, Continue Scanning] is selected or if the patchcode is
PATCH ll type, the patchcode sheet image is also saved and
scanning continues.
• If [Skip, Continue Scanning] is selected and the PATCH T
pattern is detected, the patchcode sheet image is not saved
and scanning continues.
1. Print the patchcode sheets on a printer.
IMPORTANT
• Print (at original size) PATCH T (A4) and PATCH II (A4)
sheets on A4 paper, or PATCH T (LTR) and PATCH II (LTR)
on LTR paper.
• The scanner may not recognize the patchcodes if they are
enlarged or reduced.
■ Creating a Patchcode Sheet
To copy a patchcode pattern to create a different size
patchcode sheet, make sure to pay attention to the
following precautions:
2. Insert the patchcode sheet in front of the document
that you want to save as a separate file before
placing the documents on the scanner.
IMPORTANT
• Adjust the patchcode so that it fits into the effective area for
detecting patchcode patterns.
Patchcode Patterns
3. On the [Other Settings] dialog box of the ISIS driver
properties, select [Patchcode] from the Batch
Separation drop-down list.
(Effective area for detecting
patchcode patterns.)
0.2" (5 mm)
3.7" (94 mm)
0.2" (5 mm)
0.2" (5 mm)
Insert patchcode sheets in front of
the documents you want to save as
separate files.
• When copying a patchcode pattern, the copy should be the
same size as the pattern on the original.
• Be careful to keep patchcode sheets clean. If a patchcode
sheet has been folded or becomes creased, reprint or replace
the sheet.
4. Perform scanning with batch separation enabled.
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6. Count Only Mode
In Count Only Mode, document pages are sent through the feeder in order to count them. The documents are not scanned in this
mode. Operations for Count Only Mode can be performed without a computer.
1. Press the Menu key and display “Count Only Mode”
on the display panel.
C o u n t
O N
2. Use the
O n l y
M o d e
[ O F F ]
key to select [ON].
3. Press the Enter key to accept the setting.
The Start key lamp lights green.
4. Press the Stop key and display “Count Only Mode”
on the display panel.
C o u n t
O n l y
M o d e
0 0 0 0 0
5. Place the document in the feeder, and press the Start
key.
The document is sent through the feeder, and the number
of pages appears on the counter display area.
6. Press the Stop key to exit Count Only Mode.
To clear the page count in the counter display area, press
and hold the Stop key for approximately 2 seconds.
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7. Clearing Paper Jams
A paper jam is indicated when scanning stops unexpectedly and the message shown below appears on the display panel. Use the
procedure below to clear a paper jam.
J a m
P x x x
Hint
• The document set indicator on the feeder cover flashes when a paper jam occurs.
• The error code, “xxx”, will vary depending on the detected location of the paper jam.
3. Confirm the location of the paper jam.
Clearing a Paper Jam
WARNING
• Be careful when you clear a paper jam. You may be injured
unexpectedly. For example, the paper edges may cut your
fingers, or the document may be damaged.
• Remove all jammed sheets of paper. Paper scraps left inside the
scanner may be drawn into the scanner again, causing another
paper jam or malfunction.
• When opening or closing the feeder, take care not to get your
fingers caught.
1. Remove all document pages from the document
feeder tray and the document eject tray.
4. If the document is jammed under the feeder guide,
grasp the tab inside the scanner to open the feeder
guide.
2. Open the feeder cover.
Operate the opening lever, and then slowly raise the cover
until it stops.
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5. Rotate the dial on your side of the scanner to remove
7. Close the feeder cover.
any paper jammed inside the feeder.
CAUTION
Hint
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the
feeder cover.
• Rotating the dial to the right a reverse feeds any paper
jammed inside the feeder.
Gently pull the paper from the feeder as you rotate the dial.
• Rotating the dial to the left b forward feeds jammed paper into
the document eject tray. After feeding the paper, raise the
document feeder tray and remove the paper.
8. Open the feeder.
6. Close the feeder guide.
CAUTION
Open the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care to avoid letting
the feeder fall over backwards.
CAUTION
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the
feeder guide.
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9. Remove any paper jammed inside the feeder.
Paper Jam Causes
Any of the following factors can cause paper to jam. If you
experience paper jams, check the following points and take
the required action:
• What to check: Is the document size or thickness outside
the range supported by the feeder, or is the document paper
of substandard quality?
What to do: See “Documents” on p. 3-2 for information
about required document properties.
• What to check: Is a jam being caused by document paper
that is not sliding properly?
What to do: Scan such paper from the flatbed (platen glass),
one page at a time. (See p. 3-5.)
• What to check: Are the rollers inside the feeder dirty or
worn?
What to do: If the rollers are dirty, clean them. (See p. 5-6.)
If the rollers are worn, contact your service representative to
have them replaced.
10.Slowly and carefully close the feeder.
CAUTION
Lower the feeder slowly, taking care to avoid pinching your
fingers. Failure to do so might result in personal injury.
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1. About the User Modes ..................................... 4-2
User Mode Functions ............................................4-2
How to Set the User Modes ..................................4-3
Chapter 4 User Modes
1. About the User Modes
You can configure the scanner settings with the user modes described below.
• When scanning two-sided documents with the Long
Document mode set to ON, the documents will be scanned
one side at a time, regardless of the single-pass duplex
setting.
• When using the Long Document mode, if you place a long
document askew in the document tray, it will rub against both
sides of the feeding path and may damage the document.
Make sure to align the document straight when placing it in the
document tray.
• When using the Long Document mode, jam detection may not
work propery and document may be damaged. Be wary of
paper jams when using Long Document mode.
• When scanning a document that is 17" (432 mm) or more in
length, load the document one page at a time and scan.
User Mode Functions
User mode functions are as follows:
■ Count Only Mode
C o u n t
O N
O n l y
M o d e
[ O F F ]
ON: Counts the number of pages in a document using
stand-alone scanner operations. (See “Count Only
Mode” on p. 3-21.)
OFF: Normal Mode (default)
■ Long Document Mode
■ Stand-by Mode
L o n g
D o c u m e n t
O N
[ O F F ]
S t a n d - b y
M o d e
2 4 0
6 0
[ 1 0 ]
ON: Enables detection of documents up to 24.8" (630 mm)
long for auto document size detection. (See
“Documents” on p. 3-2.)
OFF: Enables detection of documents up to 17.0" (432
mm) long for auto document size detection (default).
240: Scanner enters Stand-by Mode after 4 hours of non-use.
60: Scanner enters Stand-by Mode after an hour of non-use.
10: Scanner enters Stand-by Mode after 10 minutes of
non-use (default).
■ Display Language Mode
IMPORTANT
J a p a n e s e
O N
[ O F F ]
• Long Document mode can only be used with applications that
support it.
• Configure the ISIS/TWAIN driver as follows. If the following settings
are not configured as shown, proper scanning may not be possible.
– Basic Setup Dialog Box (See p. 8-5.)
[Page Size]: [Auto-detection]
– Orientation Settings Dialog Box (See p. 8-11.)
[Document Orientation]: [90 degrees]
[Duplex Orientation]: [Calendar type]
– Advanced Settings Dialog Box (See p. 8-12.)
[Text Orientation Recognition] check box: Not selected
• Processing speed may slow down when scanning while the
Long Document mode is set.
ON: Japanese
OFF: English (default)
■ Display Contrast Setting
D i s p l a y
C o n t r a s t
Use the
and
keys to move the pointer ( ) to the left
for lighter contrast or to the right for darker contrast.
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■ Setting SCSI Transfer Speed
S C S I
S p e e d
[ 2 0 ]
1 0
■ Total Counter
T o t a l
C o u n t e r
5
0
Set the maximum value for synchronous transfer speed for
the SCSI interface.
20: 20 Mbyte/sec (Ultra SCSI) (default)
10: 10 Mbyte/sec (First SCSI)
5: 5 Mbyte/sec (non-synchronous)
If the scanner does not operate correctly when the output
speed is set to ‘20’ Mbyte/sec, reduce the transfer speed to
‘10’ Mbyte/sec or ‘5’ Mbyte/sec.
Displays the cumulative total number of document pages
fed by the scanner.
How to Set the User Modes
Use the following procedure to configure user mode settings.
1. Press Menu to display the user mode screens.
■ Setting USB Short Packet
U S B
S h o r t
P a c k e t
[ O N ]
O F F
Change the USB short packet settings. (default: ON)
If the scanner does not operate normally with your
computer’s standard USB interface, change the short
packet setting to ‘OFF’.
Use the Menu key to cycle through the user modes in the
sequence shown below.
C o u n t
O N
IMPORTANT
If you change the setting for the SCSI transfer speed or the USB
short packet settings, turn OFF the scanner, and then turn it ON.
O n l y
M o d e
[ O F F ]
T o t a l
C o u n t e r
0
L o n g
D o c u m e n t
O N
[ O F F ]
S i n g l e - P a s s
D u p .
[ O N ]
O F F
S t a n d - b y
M o d e
2 4 0
6 0
[ 1 0 ]
U S B
J a p a n e s e
O N
[ O F F ]
S C S I
S p e e d
[ 2 0 ]
1 0
■ Setting Single-Pass Duplex
S i n g l e - P a s s
D u p .
[ O N ]
O F F
Select the duplex (two side) scanning method used for
documents placed in the feeder tray.
ON: Scans both sides of the document page
simultaneously (default).
OFF: The scanner scans the front side of the document
page and then automatically flips the page to scan the
reverse side.
D i s p l a y
S h o r t
P a c k e t
[ O N ]
O F F
C o n t r a s t
2. Use the
and
keys to change the currently
displayed setting.
3. Press Enter to register the displayed setting.
4. To exit the user mode screens, press Stop.
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5
Chapter 5 Maintenance
1. Changing the Stamp Cartridge ........................ 5-2
2. Daily Cleaning.................................................. 5-4
About the Cleaning Cloth and Cleaning Paper .....5-4
Cleaning the Main Unit..........................................5-4
Cleaning the Flatbed (Platen Glass) and
Pressure Board .....................................................5-5
Cleaning the Feeder..............................................5-6
Cleaning the Power Plug.....................................5-12
Chapter 5 Maintenance
1. Changing the Stamp Cartridge
When using the optional stamp unit (see p. 1-14) to stamp scanned documents, you should use the following procedure to replace
the stamp cartridge whenever the stamp mark becomes smudged or faint. Contact your sales reprentative or service representative
to purchase a new stamp cartridge.
1. Open the feeder cover.
3. Use a pair of tweezers or some similar tool to remove
the old stamp cartridge.
Operate the opening lever, and then slowly raise the cover
until it stops.
2. Open the feeder guide, and then open the inner
cover.
The feeder guide has a green tab, while the inner cover
located under the feeder guide has a light blue tab.
4. Insert a new stamp cartridge.
IMPORTANT
Inner Cover
Stamp Cartridge
• When installing the stamp cartridge, make sure that the stamp
does not protrude outside the hole.
• Improperly installing the stamp cartridge can cause paper
jams.
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5. Close the feeder guide and inner cover.
CAUTION
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the
feeder guide and inner cover.
6. Close the feeder cover.
CAUTION
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the
feeder cover.
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2. Daily Cleaning
To maintain high-quality scanning, you should periodically clean the following:
• Main unit
• Flatbed (Platen glass)
• Pressure Board
• Feeder
CAUTION
• Before you clean the scanner, turn OFF the scanner and computer and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Otherwise, an
electrical shock may result.
• Never clean the scanner with any kind of organic solvent, such as alcohol, benzene, or paint thinner. It might cause a fire and electrical shock,
or cause the exterior of the scanner to disfigure or discolor.
• Never spray detergent or water directly onto the flatbed (platen glass). Sprayed liquid can get inside the scanner and soil the light source and
lens.
• Overuse of water and allowing the scanner to become too wet during cleaning can damage scanned documents and cause malfunction of
the scanner.
About the Cleaning Cloth and Cleaning
Paper
Cleaning the Main Unit
Wipe the scanner with a firmly wrung cloth moistened
slightly with water or mild detergent. Then wipe off with a
clean, dry cloth.
Use cleaning cloth and cleaning paper supplied with the
scanner as follows.
• Cleaning coth:
Use the cleaning cloth to clean the scanning glass and
rollers.
• Cleaning paper:
Attach the cleaning paper to the scanning area cleaning tool
located behind the pressure board. (See p. 5-9 and p. 5-11.)
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2. Wipe the flatbed (platen glass), scanning glass
Cleaning the Flatbed (Platen Glass) and
Pressure Board
(narrow strip of glass) and pressure board with a
cloth moistened with plain water and thoroughly
wrung out. Next, wipe the flatbed (platen glass),
scanning glass and pressure board with a soft, dry
cloth.
A dirty flatbed (platen glass) or pressure board can cause
soiling of scanned images, or document size detection errors.
Clean the flatbed (platen glass) and pressure board
periodically.
1. Open the feeder.
CAUTION
Open the feeder carefully and slowly, taking care to avoid letting
the feeder fall over backwards.
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3. Slowly and carefully close the feeder.
Cleaning the Feeder
Without periodic cleaning, a problem may be caused on the
scanned image or the document may become soiled. Clean the
feeder periodically.
1. Open the feeder cover.
Operate the opening lever, and then slowly raise the cover
until it stops.
CAUTION
Lower the feeder slowly, taking care to avoid pinching your
fingers. Failure to do so might result in personal injury.
2. Wipe the 13 rollers inside the feeder cover with a
cloth moistened with plain water and thoroughly
wrung out. Next, wipe the rollers dry with a soft, dry
cloth.
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3. Wipe the 13 rollers on the feeder guide with a cloth
5. Wipe the four rollers with a cloth moistened with plain
moistened with plain water and thoroughly wrung out.
Next, wipe the rollers dry with a soft, dry cloth.
water and thoroughly wrung out. Next, wipe the
rollers dry with a soft, dry cloth.
4. Grasp the tab in the front to open the feeder guide.
6. Wipe the four rollers inside the feeder guide with a
cloth moistened with plain water and thoroughly
wrung out. Next, wipe the rollers dry with a soft, dry
cloth.
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7. Close the feeder guide.
9. Open the feeder.
CAUTION
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the
feeder guide.
10. Wipe the feeder roller (white) and platen roller (black)
with a cloth moistened with plain water and
thoroughly wrung out. Next, wipe the metal dry with a
soft, dry cloth.
8. Close the feeder cover.
CAUTION
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the
feeder cover.
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12. Remove the scanning area cleaning tool from inside
IMPORTANT
the cover.
When you open the feeder cover and turn the dial located in the
front, the platen roller rotates.
When cleaning the platen roller, rotate the roller slowly while
wiping it.
13. Remove one sheet of cleaning paper from the plastic
bag, and fold it in two as shown.
Dial
11. Pull the lever on the upper part of the feeder to open
the scanning area on the feeder.
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14. Attach the cleaning paper to the scanning area
16. Wipe the platen roller located behind the inner cover
cleaning tool.
with a cloth moistened with plain water and
thoroughly wrung out. Next, wipe the roller with a soft,
dry cloth.
IMPORTANT
When cleaning the platen roller, rotate the roller slowly while
wiping it.
Platen
Roller
15. Open the inner cover.
17. Clean the feeder’s scanning area along the rail.
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18. Close the inner cover.
20. Close the cover for the feeder’s scanning area.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the cover.
Take care to avoid pinching your fingers when closing the cover.
19. Remove the cleaning paper from the scanning area
21. Press the center part of the cover until it clicks into
cleaning tool, and place the cleaning tool inside the
cover.
place. Make sure that the cover is completely closed.
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22. Slowly and carefully lower the feeder back down.
Cleaning the Power Plug
If you leave the power plug connected to the power outlet for
a long period of time, dust may accumulate at the power
outlet, and cause a fire or electrical shock. Clean the power
plug periodically.
CAUTION
Lower the feeder slowly, taking care to avoid pinching your
fingers. Failure to do so might result in personal injury.
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1. Messages ........................................................ 6-2
Status Display .......................................................6-2
Error Messages.....................................................6-3
2. Troubleshooting ............................................... 6-5
Trouble Categories................................................6-5
Problem and Solution............................................6-5
3. Uninstalling the Software ............................... 6-11
Uninstalling the ISIS/TWAIN Driver.....................6-11
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1. Messages
There are two types of display panel messages: “status indicator messages” and “error messages” that appear when the scanner
encounters a problem.
■ Wait...
Status Display
W a i t . . .
The following messages appear on the display panel to
indicate the scanner’s operating state:
Status: The scanner is busy processing. Wait until the
display changes.
■ Count Only Mode
C o u n t
O n l y
M o d e
0 0 0 0 0
■ 01:XXXXXXXX
0 1 : X X X X X X X X
Status: Operating in Count-Only mode.
■ Ready
Status: The scanner is in Job Mode. Press the Start key to
scan, or press the Stop key to exit Job Mode. (See “About
the Job Function” on p. 3-11.)
R e a d y
0 0 0 0 0
Status: The scanner is ready to use. If you do not perform
any operations for 10 minutes, the scanner will enter Sleep
mode.
■ Scanning...
S c a n n i n g . . .
x x x x x
Status: Scanning is in progress.
■ Sleeping...
S l e e p i n g . . .
Status: The scanner is entering the Sleep mode. Press any
key to recover.
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■ Send failed
Error Messages
S e n d
When one of the following messages appears on the display
panel, an error has occurred in the scanner. Follow the
indicated procedure to resolve the error.
Cause: An error occurred while transferring image data
for a Job function.
Solution: Check the Job Registration Tool settings, and
scan again. For details, see Chapter 9 “Job Registration
Tool Settings” of the Software section.
■ Cover Open
C o v e r
f a i l e d .
O p e n
C x x x
■ Detect Mix Doc.
Error Code: C001
Cause: The feeder is open.
Solution: Close the feeder.
Error Code: C002
Cause: The feeder cover is open.
Solution: Close the feeder cover.
D e t e c t
M i x
D o c .
J x x x
Cause: Mixed size documents were detected while
scanning at 600 dpi resolution.
Solution: Check the size of the documents, and scan
again. If this message appears when you are scanning
documents of different sizes, set the mixed document
mode to ON in the scanner settings to prevent this message
from appearing.
■ Jam
J a m
P x x x
Error Code: Pxxx
Cause: Paper has jammed.
Solution: Remove the jammed paper. (See p. 3-22.)
■ Call for Service
C a l l
■ Misfeed
f o r
S e r v i c e
E x x x x x x x
Error Code: E2020001
Cause: The transportation screws are still installed on the
scanner.
Solution: Turn the scanner OFF, and remove the
transportation screws. (See p. 1-2.)
Error Code: E2250101
Cause: The amount of light emitted from the reverse-side
scanning sensor is insufficient.
Solution: If you restart the scanner, the “Single-Pass
OFF” message appears. (See “Single-Pass OFF” on
p. 6-4.)
M i s f e e d
A x x x
Cause: Feed error
Solution: Check the document and try again. If this error
continues to appear, scan the document from the flatbed
(platen glass).
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Error Code: E4000100
Cause: One or more of the rear cables are disconnected.
Solution: Turn the power OFF, and check the rear of the
scanner, and reconnect any cables that are disconnected.
(See “Checking the Rear Cables” on p. 1-4.)
Error Code: Exxxxxxx (any error code not listed
above)
Cause: Internal scanner error.
Solution: Turn the power OFF, and restart the scanner. If
this does not solve the problem, make a note of the error
code and contact your Canon service representative.
■ Single-Pass OFF
S i n g l e - P a s s
O F F
Cause: This appears when the scanner is restarted after the
“Call for Service E2250101” (insufficient light from the
reverse-side scanning sensor) error message appears.
Solution: The amount of light emitted is insufficient for
scanning the reverse side of the document, and single-pass
duplex scanning is disabled. Press any key on the
operation panel to clear the message and enable normal
scanning. Contact your local dealer or Canon service
representative, and replace the reverse-side scanning
sensor.
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2. Troubleshooting
This section describes the problems that may occur during use of the scanner and how to solve them.
Trouble Categories
Problem and Solution
The following trouble categories are addressed:
• The Scanner Does Not Turn ON (See p. 6-5)
• The “Wait” Message Does Not Disappear (See p. 6-5)
• The Scanner Is Not Recognized (Connecting via USB)
(See p. 6-6)
• The Scanner Is Not Recognized (Connecting via
SCSI) (See p. 6-6)
• Scanning Is Not Performed (See p. 6-7)
• Slow Scanning Speed (See p. 6-7)
• Documents Do Not Feed Properly (See p. 6-8)
• Saved Image Files Do Not Open (See p. 6-8)
• Scanning Results Are Not as Expected (See p. 6-8)
• The Display Panel Does Not Display Properly (See
p. 6-10)
• Job Functions Do Not Operate Properly (See p. 6-10)
It you cannot resolve a problem, contact your local authorized
Canon dealer or your service representative.
■ The Scanner Does Not Turn ON
If the scanner does not turn ON, first confirm the
following:
✔ Is the power cord connected correctly?
✔ Is the power cord inserted into the power outlet?
■ The “Wait” Message Does Not Disappear
Make sure that the cables at the rear of the scanner are
properly connected, and then restart the scanner.
If the message does not disappear after restarting the
scanner, contact your local Canon dealer or service
representative.
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■ The Scanner Is Not Recognized (Connecting
via USB)
■ The Scanner Is Not Recognized (Connecting
via SCSI)
If the scanner’s USB connection is not recognized, first
confirm the following:
✔ Are the scanner and PC connected correctly using the
proper cable?
✔ Is the scanner’s power switch turned ON?
If the scanner’s SCSI connection is not recognized, first
confirm the following:
✔ Are the scanner and PC connected correctly using the
proper cable?
✔ Is the scanner’s power switch turned ON?
✔ Is the SCSI card in the PC operating properly?
✔ Was the PC turned ON before the scanner?
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible causes:
Cause
Solution
Cause
Solution
Cause
Solution
Cause
Solution
IMPORTANT
The scanner does not support your USB
interface.
This product is not guaranteed to operate with
all types of USB interfaces. Contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or service
representative for more information.
When using the SCSI connection, if the scanner is turned ON
after the PC, it may not be properly recognized by the PC.
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible causes:
Cause
The scanner does not support the USB
cable.
Use the USB cable provided with the scanner.
Solution
The USB hub is not compatible with the
scanner.
Remove the USB hub.
Solution
Cause
The SCSI terminator is not set to ON.
When using a USB connection, proper
scanning may not be possible if the SCSI
terminator is not set to ON. Make sure to set
the SCSI terminator to ON. (See “Setting the
SCSI ID and terminator” on p. 2-7.)
The scanner’s SCSI ID is identical to the
SCSI ID of another device.
Check the SCSI IDs of all SCSI devices
connected to the system and set a unique SCSI
ID for the scanner.
Cause
Solution
The terminator is not set correctly.
When another SCSI device is connected
between the scanner and the PC, that device’s
terminator must be disabled (set to OFF).
Cause
There is a problem with another SCSI
device that is connected in the daisy
chain.
Do not use the daisy chain connection
configuration.
Solution
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The SCSI card is not compatible with the
scanner.
Use a recommended SCSI card. (See p. 2-3.)
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■ Scanning Is Not Performed
■ Slow Scanning Speed
If scanning does not start when it should, first confirm the
following:
✔ Are the scanner and PC correctly connected with the
proper cable?
✔ Is the scanner’s power switch turned ON?
If the scanning speed is slow, first confirm the following:
Scanning may be slow if the USB interface does not
support Hi-Speed USB 2.0.
✔ Does the PC’s USB interface support only Full-Speed
USB 1.1?
✔ Is the USB cable you are using the one that was
supplied with the scanner (Hi-Speed USB 2.0
compliant)?
✔ Is a USB 1.1-compliant device connected to the USB
hub at the same time?
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible causes:
Cause
Solution
Cause
Solution
Cause
Solution
The ISIS/TWAIN driver and Job
Registration Tool are not installed
correctly
Uninstall and then reinstall the ISIS/TWAIN
driver and Job Registration Tool.
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible causes:
Cause
Another application is using the driver for
this scanner.
Exit the application that is using the driver.
Solution
Cause
Memory is insufficient due to scan
conditions that require large amounts of
memory.
Exit the application currently in use, change
the scanning configurations after restarting the
application, and try scanning again.
Solution
Cause
Solution
IMPORTANT
It the scanner does not operate because of a system error, turn
the scanner OFF and wait at least 10 seconds before turning it
back ON. If errors continue to occur, reboot the scanner and
computer.
Other applications are running in the
background on your PC.
Quit all other applications that are running.
Resident applications, such as anti-virus
software, are draining memory resources.
Quit all resident applications.
Temporary files cannot be created in the
TEMP folder, as there is not enough free
space on the hard disk.
Delete unnecessary files on the hard disk to
increase free space.
■ The Two Sides of a Document are Not Scanned
Simultaneously During Duplex Scanning
If the two sides of a document are scanned one side at a
time during duplex scanning, confirm the following:
✔ Is Single-Pass Duplex set to ON in the user mode
settings?
✔ Is Long Document mode set to OFF? (See p. 4-2.)
IMPORTANT
Single-pass duplex scanning is disabled when the amount of
light emitted from the reverse-side scanning sensor is
insufficient. (See p. 6-3.)
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■ Documents Do Not Feed Properly
■ Saved Image Files Do Not Open
If a document does not feed properly, first confirm the
following:
✔ Are pages sticking together because of static electricity
or another cause?
✔ Are you attempting to scan a document with size, paper
thickness or quality that is not supported by the
scanner? (See “Documents” on p. 3-2.)
✔ Are the rollers dirty?
✔ Are the rollers worn out?
If image files saved by CapturePerfect 3.0 cannot be
opened by another application, first confirm the following:
✔ Does the application you are using support
CapturePerfect 3.0 image file types (*.bmp, *.tif, *.jpg
and *.pdf)?
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible causes:
Cause
IMPORTANT
Solution
• Double feeding occurs when document pages stick together,
and incompatible paper thickness or quality can cause paper
jams. Check your documents carefully before loading.
• Replacement rollers can be purchased as consumables. If
performance is not improved after cleaning the rollers, contact
your local Canon dealer or service representative.
Cause
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible problems and causes:
Solution
Problem Cannot scan from the feeder.
Cause
The scanning side setting for the ISIS/
TWAIN driver is set to [Flatbed].
Solution Set the scanning side to a setting other than
[Flatbed].
The application does not support multipage TIFF files.
Open the files using an application that
supports multi-page TIFF files, or save the
images as single-page TIFF files using
CapturePerfect 3.0.
The compression format used by
CapturePerfect 3.0 is not supported.
Open the image file with CapturePerfect 3.0,
set the compression format to [None], and save
it again.
■ Scanning Results Are Not as Expected
If the scanned images do not appear as expected, one or
more ISIS/TWAIN driver settings may be incorrect, or
your application may not support certain scanner
functions.
Problem
Cause
Solution
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The scanned image is too dark (or faint).
The [Brightness] setting is not set to an
appropriate value.
If the image is too dark, set a higher brightness
setting, or if the image is too faint, set a lower
brightness setting.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Cause
Solution
Text or images from the back side of your
document appear in the scanned image.
Brightness may be set too low.
Increase the Brightness setting.
The paper is too thin.
Photocopy the document, and scan the copy.
Problem
Cause
Problem Double-sided scanning is not possible.
Cause
Scanning Side is set to [Simplex].
Solution Set Scanning Side to [Duplex].
If the Scanning Side is set to [Skip Blank
Page], images of blank pages are not saved.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Solution
Problem
A black margin appears around the
scanned document.
A document smaller than the preset paper
size has been scanned. Or, the loaded
document has shifted out of position.
Set the page size setting to [Auto Detection].
Cause
Solution
Problem The scanned image is skewed.
Cause
The document has been fed at an angle.
(skew)
Solution Slide the document guides to match the width
of your document.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Lines, smudges, or dirt appear on the
scanned image.
The scanning glass or rollers inside the
scanner are dirty.
Clean the scanning glass and roller inside the
feeder. (See “Daily Cleaning” on p. 5-4.)
If lines still appear on the image even after you
clean the scanning glass and rollers, the
scanning glass inside the scanner may be
scratched. Contact your local authorized
Canon dealer or service representative.
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The scanned image is abnormal for
certain documents.
A detection function such as border
removal is enabled when scanning a
document that includes text or photos
extending to the edge of the page (the
scanner cannot accurately process the
edges of documents).
When a page has text or photos extending to its
edges, turn the detection functions off or scan
that page individually.
The scanned image is abnormal in some
applications.
A function not supported by the
application was used.
Some applications do not support functions
such as auto-detection of page size, so
scanning with such applications will produce
abnormal scanned images.
If abnormal image appearance seems to be
application-dependent, try scanning with autodetection disabled.
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■ The Display Panel Does Not Display Properly
Problem
Consider the following possible problem and causes:
Problem The panel display is in Japanese.
Cause
The panel display is set to Japanese in the
user mode settings.
Solution Set the panel display to English in the user
mode settings. (See “About the User Modes”
on p. 4-2.)
Cause
Solution
Problem
Problem The panel display is dark.
Cause
The brightness setting for the display
panel needs adjustment.
Solution Adjust the Display Contrast in the user mode
settings. (See “About the User Modes” on
p. 4-2.)
Cause
■ Job Functions Do Not Operate Properly
Solution
Job data is stored on your computer. If Job functions do not
operate properly, first confirm the following:
✔ Is your computer turned on?
✔ Is your computer properly connected to the scanner?
If this does not solve the problem, consider the following
possible problems and causes:
Problem
Cause
Solution
The job title does not appear after
pressing the Job keys.
The job was not registered using Job
Registration Tool.
Register the job using Job Registration Tool.
For details, see Chapter 9 “Job Registration
Tool Settings” of the Software section.
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The Job function does not operate after
selecting the job and pressing the Start
key.
The Windows Events function is not
configured properly.
Configure the Windows Events function
settings so that [DR-7090C Job Tool] starts
up.
Scanning is not performed and the “Send
failed” message appears after selecting
the job and pressing the Start key.
1) The ISIS/TWAIN driver is being used by
another application.
2) The feeder is specified for document
feeding, but there are no documents
placed on the feeder.
1) Exit the application that is currently using
the ISIS/TWAIN driver.
2) Place the document in the feeder, and scan
again.
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3. Uninstalling the Software
Some scanner malfunctions can be resolved by reinstalling the software. Before reinstalling the software, make sure to completely
uninstall any previous installation first.
2. Double click [Programs].
Uninstalling the ISIS/TWAIN Driver
The following procedure uses the ISIS/TWAIN driver as an
example. Follow the same procedure to uninstall the Job
Registration Tool and CapturePerfect 3.0. Make sure to
substitute the name of the software in step 3.
IMPORTANT
As always when uninstalling software, log on using an account with
Administrator privileges.
1. From the Windows task bar, click [Start] ➔ click
[Control Panel].
The Control Panel appears.
3. From the program list, select the application to be
removed and click the [Uninstall] button.
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The file-deletion confirmation screen appears.
4. Click [Yes] to proceed with uninstallation.
5. When uninstallation is finished, click [Finish].
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1. Specifications................................................... 7-2
Specifications for the Scanner ..............................7-2
Options..................................................................7-3
Consumables ........................................................7-3
External Dimensions .............................................7-4
2. Index ................................................................ 7-5
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1. Specifications
Scanning Sides
Simplex/Duplex
Scanning Modes
Black and White, Error Diffusion, Advanced Text
Enhancement, Advanced Text Enhancement II, 256Level Grayscale, and 24-Bit Color
Scanning Resolution
(primary scan lines x secondary scan lines)
600 x 600 dpi/400 x 400 dpi/300 x 300 dpi/
240 x 240 dpi/200 x 200 dpi/150 x 150 dpi/
100 x 100 dpi
Scanning Speed (A4 landscape) Simplex Duplex
Black-and-White
200 dpi
70 ppm
88 ipm
300 dpi
70 ppm
88 ipm
400 dpi
50 ppm
48 ipm
600 dpi
50 ppm
48 ipm
Gray
200 dpi
70 ppm
88 ipm
300 dpi
70 ppm
88 ipm
400 dpi
50 ppm
48 ipm
600 dpi
50 ppm
48 ipm
Color
200 dpi
70 ppm
88 ipm
300 dpi
70 ppm
88 ipm
400 dpi
50 ppm
48 ipm
600 dpi
24 ppm
22 ipm
Automatic Feed
Max. 100 sheets (20 lb bond or 80g/m2 ) or stack 0.5"
(13 mm) or less
Interface
SCSI-III/Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Other Functions
Automatic paper size detection, Dropout color, Count
Only Mode, Job function
Dimensions
24.3" (W) x 23.7" (D) x 12.5" (H)
(618 mm (W) x 602 mm (D) x 317 mm (H))
Specifications for the Scanner
Type
Desktop ADF/flatbed scanner
Document Size
Width: 5.5" to 11.7" (139.7 mm to 298.1 mm)
Length: 5.0" to 17.0" (128 mm to 431.8 mm)
(Normal Mode)
5.0" to 24.8" (128 mm to 630 mm)
(Long Document Mode)
Document Thickness
Black-and-white Documents
• Simplex: 0.002" to 0.006" (0.06 mm to 0.15 mm)
• Duplex: 0.002" to 0.006" (0.07 mm to 0.15 mm)
• Black-and-white/Color Documents Mixed
0.002" to 0.006" (0.07 mm to 0.15 mm)
Color Documents
0.003" to 0.006" (0.08 mm to 0.15 mm)
Documents Longer than 17" (432 mm)
0.003" to 0.006" (0.08 mm to 0.14 mm)
Document Weight
Black-and-white Documents
• Simplex: 11 to 32 lb bond (42 to 128 g/m2)
• Duplex: 13 to 32 lb bond (50 to 128 g/m2)
• Black-and-white/Color Documents Mixed
13 to 32 lb bond (50 to 128 g/m2)
Color Documents
17 to 32 lb bond (64 to 128 g/m2)
Documents Longer than 17" (432 mm)
16 to 24 lb bond (60 to 90 g/m2)
Document Feeding
Feeder/Flatbed
Scanning Method
3-line CCD, CIS
Light Source
Xenon lamp
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Weight
Approximately 90.4 lb (41 kg)
Power Requirement
AC 120 V (60 Hz), 1.8 A (max)
AC 220-240 V (50/60 Hz), 1.2 A (max)
Power Consumption
120 V model
Operating: 218 W maximum
Sleep mode: Under 3.5 W
220-240 V model Operating: 210 W maximum
Sleep mode: Under 4.3 W
Noise
Less than 72 dB
Operating Environment
Temperature: 59°F to 86°F (15°C to 30°C)
Humidity:
25% to 80% RH
• You can use the functions noted above if the software
supports them.
• They may not work depending on your computer’s
capabilities and the software you are using.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Options
Stamp Unit
Stamps a mark on the surface of a document to indicate
it has been scanned. (See “Stamp Unit” on p. 1-14.)
Consumables
Stamp Cartridge
For replenishing the stamp unit.
Cleaning paper
Cleaning paper that is attached to the cleaning tool and
used to clean the scanning area inside the feeder.
• For details about options and consumables, contact your
sales representative or your service representative.
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12.5" (317 mm)
5.9" (150 mm)
12.4" (314 mm)
24.3" (618 mm)
14.8" (377 mm)
23.1" (586 mm)
1.3" (32 mm)
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(16.4" (714 mm))
23.7" (602 mm)
External Dimensions
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2. Index
A
Feeding ..........................................................................3-8
Automatic Feeding ................................................3-10
Panel Feeding ..........................................................3-9
Standard Feeding .....................................................3-8
Flatbed ...........................................................................3-5
Flatbed (Platen Glass) .................................................1-11
Automatic Feeding ...................................................... 3-10
C
Cleaning
Feeder ..................................................................... 5-6
Flatbed .................................................................... 5-5
Main Unit ............................................................... 5-4
Platen Glass ............................................................ 5-5
Power Plug ........................................................... 5-12
Cleaning tool ............................................................... 5-10
Connecting to a Computer ............................................ 2-6
Consumables ................................................................. 7-3
Count Only Mode ......................................................... 4-2
Custom Installation ....................................................... 2-5
H
Handling ........................................................................1-5
I
Installation Location ......................................................1-2
Installation Requirements ..............................................2-3
J
Job Function ................................................................3-11
Job Keys ......................................................................1-13
Job Mode .....................................................................3-12
Job Registration Tool ..................................................3-11
D
Daily Cleaning .............................................................. 5-4
Daisy chain ................................................................... 2-8
DIP Switches .............................................................. 1-12
Display Contrast ........................................................... 4-2
Display Panel .............................................................. 1-12
Document Eject Tray .................................................. 1-11
Document Feeder Tray ............................................... 1-11
Document Set Indicator .............................................. 1-11
Documents .................................................................... 3-2
Feeder Capacity ...................................................... 3-3
Loading ................................................................... 3-4
Types ...................................................................... 3-2
M
Manuals for the Scanner ..................................................iii
Menu Key ....................................................................1-12
Moving the Scanner ......................................................1-4
N
Names and Functions of Parts .....................................1-11
New File Key ..............................................................1-13
O
Opening Lever .............................................................1-11
Opening Sensor ...........................................................1-11
Operation Panel ................................................. 1-11, 1-12
Options ..........................................................................7-3
E
Enter Key .................................................................... 1-12
Events Function .......................................................... 3-13
External Dimensions ..................................................... 7-4
P
Panel Feeding ................................................................3-9
Paper Jam
Causes ...................................................................3-24
Clearing .................................................................3-22
Patchcode
How to Use ............................................................3-20
F
Feeder ........................................................................... 3-4
Feeder Cover ............................................................... 1-11
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Patchcode Pattern ........................................................ 3-19
Patchcode Sheets ........................................................ 3-19
Power ............................................................................ 1-3
Power Cord Connector ............................................... 1-12
Power Switch ....................................................... 1-11, 2-9
Practical Examples ........................................................ 6-1
Pressure Board ............................................................ 1-11
R
Read Manual ................................................................. 2-5
S
Scanning area cleaning tool ........................................ 1-11
SCSI Cards .................................................................... 2-3
SCSI Connection .......................................................... 2-7
SCSI Connectors ......................................................... 1-12
SCSI ID ......................................................................... 2-7
Securing Braces ................................................... 1-3, 1-11
Set Keys ...................................................................... 1-12
Setup ............................................................................. 2-2
Setup Menu ................................................................... 2-4
Single-Pass Duplex ....................................................... 4-3
Slide Guide ................................................................. 1-11
Software Installation ..................................................... 2-4
Specifications ................................................................ 7-2
Stamp Cartridge ............................................................ 5-2
Stamp Unit .................................................................. 1-14
Standard Feeding .......................................................... 3-8
Stand-by Mode .............................................................. 4-2
Start Key ..................................................................... 1-13
Stop Key ..................................................................... 1-13
T
Transportation Screw .................................................... 1-2
Typical Installation ....................................................... 2-4
U
USB Connection ........................................................... 2-6
USB Connector ........................................................... 1-12
User Mode
Functions ................................................................ 4-2
How to Set .............................................................. 4-3
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Software
Please read this manual before using the scanner.
After you finish reading this manual, keep it in a safe place
for future reference.
Software
Table of Contents
Chapter 8 ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings
1. Before Use .......................................................8-2
2. ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings Dialog Boxes .......8-4
Basic Setup Dialog Box ........................................ 8-5
Scan Area Dialog Box .......................................... 8-9
Orientation Settings Dialog Box.......................... 8-11
Advanced Settings Dialog Box ........................... 8-12
Gamma Settings Dialog Box .............................. 8-15
Other Settings Dialog Box .................................. 8-16
Chapter 9 Job Registration Tool Settings
1. Before Use .......................................................9-2
Job Function ......................................................... 9-2
Starting Job Registration Tool .............................. 9-2
2. Job Registration Tool .......................................9-3
3. Settings Dialog Boxes ......................................9-4
[New/Editing] Dialog Box ...................................... 9-4
[Admin] Dialog Box ............................................... 9-9
Chapter 10 Practical Examples
1. About Basic Condition Settings ......................10-2
Confirming Basic Conditions for Scanning ......... 10-2
2. Practical Examples .........................................10-4
Scanning Documents of Unregistered
Page Sizes ......................................................... 10-4
Specifying Scanning Area .................................. 10-5
Configuring Scanner Settings According
to Purpose .......................................................... 10-5
Registering Your Settings................................... 10-8
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1. Before Use....................................................... 8-2
2. ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings Dialog Boxes....... 8-4
Basic Setup Dialog Box.........................................8-5
Scan Area Dialog Box ...........................................8-9
Orientation Settings Dialog Box ..........................8-11
Advanced Settings Dialog Box............................8-12
Gamma Settings Dialog Box ...............................8-15
Other Settings Dialog Box...................................8-16
Chapter 8 ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings
1. Before Use
An application program that supports the ISIS or TWAIN driver is required to use the DR-7090C. The DR-7090C requires that it
be selected for use as a scanner. The supplied CapturePerfect 3.0 application uses the ISIS driver. This section describes how to
select the scanner using CapturePerfect 3.0 (an ISIS-compatible application program).
As the scanner selection procedure depends on the application program being used, refer to your application’s user’s manual as
needed to select the scanner.
IMPORTANT
• When the conditions for scanning require a large amount of the computer’s memory, scanning may not be possible if the memory is
insufficient. If a memory error appears during scanning, exit the application and change the scanning conditions before attempting to scan
again.
• Configurations that use the computer’s memory include the following. If memory becomes insufficient, consider changing these
configurations.
Mode (24-bit Color), Dots per inch (600 dpi), Page Size (Auto-detection), Deskew
Hint
The Job Registration Tool is a TWAIN-compliant application dedicated to the DR-7090C, and requires no scanner selection.
1. From the Windows task bar, click [Start] ➔ click [All
CapturePerfect 3.0 starts.
Programs] ➔ [CapturePerfect 3.0] ➔ [CapturePerfect
3.0].
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2. Click [Select Scanner] in the [Scan] menu.
6. Click [Scanner Setting] in the [Scan] menu.
The [Select Scanner] dialog box appears.
3. Select [Canon DR-7090C] ➔ click the [Settings]
button.
The settings dialog box for the ISIS driver appears.
If [Canon DR-7090C] does not appear, try installing the
ISIS/TWAIN driver again.
4. Set a default page size.
IMPORTANT
For details on the settings dialog box for the ISIS driver,
see “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings Dialog Boxes” on
p. 8-4.
• The default page size becomes the ISIS driver default setting.
(See p. 8-7.)
• With the TWAIN driver, the default paper size is A4 and cannot
be changed.
5. Click [OK] to finish scanner selection.
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2. ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings Dialog Boxes
This settings dialog boxes for the ISIS/TWAIN driver consist of the Basic Setup dialog box, Advanced Settings dialog box, and
Other Settings dialog box. The contents of the settings dialog boxes depend on whether the ISIS or TWAIN driver is used. For
details, see the description of each dialog box.
Basic Setup Dialog Box (See p. 8-5)
Advanced Settings Dialog Box (See p. 8-12)
Gamma Settings Dialog Box (See p. 8-15)
Orientation Settings Dialog Box (See p. 8-11)
Scan Area Dialog Box (See p. 8-9)
Other Settings Dialog Box (See p. 8-16)
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Basic Setup Dialog Box (TWAIN Driver)
This dialog box is displayed for TWAIN-compatible
application programs (Job Registration Tool).
Basic Setup Dialog Box
This dialog box allows you to make settings for the basic
scanning conditions.
The items you can set differ depending on the application
program you use. Make the settings as needed for the screen
actually displayed.
■ Types of Basic Setup Dialog Box
There are the following types of Basic Setup dialog box.
Basic Setup Dialog Box (ISIS Driver)
This dialog box is displayed for ISIS-compatible
application programs (CapturePerfect, etc.).
• The [Scanning Option] is a function for setting the
TWAIN driver, so it does not appear with the ISIS driver.
• When you use a TWAIN-compatible application
program that scans from the settings dialog box, the
[Scan] button is displayed instead of the [OK] button.
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■ Settings of Basic Setup Dialog Box
[Black and White]
Use this mode to scan text and line drawing documents as
black and while (binary) images.
You can configure the following settings in the Basic
Setup dialog box.
[Error Diffusion]
Use this mode to scan documents containing photos as
black and white (binary) images.
User Preference
Click [Save] to open the [Save User Preference] dialog
box.
[Advanced Text Enhancement]
Use this mode to scan documents with a dark or nonuniform (pattern) background.
Hint
The [Save User Preference] dialog box saves the current
settings under an assigned name.
You can select the name of a saved set of user preferences
in the list box to load those settings into the dialog box.
• If the background is uniform, it is removed where it surrounds
the text.
• If the background is non-uniform, such as a pattern, it is
processed to enhance text readability.
IMPORTANT
[Advanced Text Enhancement II]
Use this mode to scan documents with a light uniform
background and low-contrast text.
Assigned names can consist of up to 32 characters.
Mode
Select the mode for scanned images.
Hint
• The background in tight spaces around text may not be
removed.
• Documents with low-contrast text can be made more readable
by adjusting the contrast.
• If the background is non-uniform, such as a pattern, the
background remains visible in the image, and text may be
hard to read.
Hint
• Advanced text enhancement modes are good for scanning
documents with a background color or design behind text as
black and white images, and remove or process the
surrounding background to enhance the text for easy reading.
Two advanced text enhancement modes are provided to suit
different background types. Select the mode that seems to
best suit your document. We recommend confirming an image
by prescanning the first page.
• When saving an image file in JPEG format, select [256-level
Gray] or [24-bit Color].
[256-level Gray]
Scans documents such as photos as grayscale images.
[24-bit Color]
Scans documents such as color photos as full-color
images.
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Page Size
Select the page size of the document to be scanned.
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of images to be scanned.
Hint
• If images are too dark or if text on the back bleeds through,
you can drag the slider to the right to increase the setting. If
images are too light, drag the slider to the left to decrease the
setting.
• When the [Custom] check box in the Gamma Settings dialog
box is selected, the [Brightness] setting is grayed out and
adjusted automatically.
• When [Black and White] is selected for the scanning mode,
the [Auto] check box is enabled and the brightness is adjusted
automatically when the check box is selected. You can adjust
the automatically adjusted brightness by moving the slider left
or right.
IMPORTANT
• Select [Auto-detection] to scan the following kinds of
documents.
– Documents of a non-standard size
– Documents including mixed page sizes
– When using the Long document mode (See “Long
Document Mode” on p. 4-2)
• When [Auto-detection] is selected, area settings in the Scan
Area dialog box are disabled.
• The [Auto-detection] process may malfunction in the following
situations. If this occurs, select a standard size such as [A4] or
[Letter], or click the [Area] button to create a custom page size.
(See “Scan Area Dialog Box” on p. 8-9.)
– When scanning a page that has dark areas around the
edges
– When the brightness setting is incorrect
– When the Custom setting is selected in the Gamma Settings
dialog box
• Some application programs do not support auto-page-size
detection.
Contrast
Adjust the contrast of scanned images.
Hint
When the [Custom] check box in the Gamma Settings dialog
box is selected, [Contrast] is set to [Auto] automatically. In such
a case, [Contrast] is grayed out and cannot be set.
Scanning Side
Select which page side(s) to scan.
[Auto]
If there is a document in the feeder, one side of the
document in the feeder is scanned. If there is no document
in the feeder, the document on the flatbed is scanned.
Dots per inch
Select the scanning resolution.
Hint
To scan both sides of the document in the feeder, select
[Duplex].
Hint
[Flatbed]
Scans the document on the flatbed.
Higher resolutions provide clearer images, but produce larger
files.
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[Simplex]
Scans the front side of documents.
[Deskew] Check Box
The Deskew function detects slanted document pages and
straightens the scanned images.
[Duplex]
Scan both sides of documents.
IMPORTANT
The Deskew function does not work properly in the following
situations. Disable Deskew in these cases.
• When scanning a page with a dark area near an edge
• When scanning a glossy or reflective document
• When the brightness setting is incorrect
• When the Custom setting is selected in the Gamma Settings
dialog box
• When the area to scan is specified in the Scan Area dialog box
[Skip Blank Page]
As each document page is scanned, whether the scanned
image is blank is judged, and if blank, the image is not
saved.
• When [Scan Options] is set to [Scan Single Page] for the
TWAIN driver, [Duplex] and [Skip Blank Page] are not displayed
for [Scanning Side]. (See “[Scanning Options] (TWAIN Driver
Only)” on p. 8-8.)
• Selecting [Skip Blank Page] enables the [Setting] button, and
clicking the button opens the [Blank Skip Setting] dialog box. If
blank pages are not skipped or if non-blank pages are skipped,
adjust the content density.
[Scanning Options] (TWAIN Driver Only)
Specify the operation for scanning continuously with a
TWAIN-compatible application.
[Standard]
Output each scanned page before scanning the next page.
[Scan Ahead]
Scan pages continuously. Scanning speed is faster than
[Standard].
Adjust the content density according to the document content.
– When blank pages are not skipped, increase the content
density.
– When non-blank pages are skipped, reduce the content
density.
• The Skip Blank Pages function may not work properly if the
[Custom] setting is enabled in the Gamma Settings dialog box.
• If the application program provides its own simplex/duplex
scanning side setting, select Simplex in this dialog box.
[Scan Single Page]
Scan only one page of the document.
IMPORTANT
When using [Apply first page size to next pages] of the
Advanced Settings dialog box, set [Scan Options] to [Scan
Ahead].
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Buttons
Scan Area Dialog Box
[Area] button
Open the [Scan Area] dialog box to specify the area to
scan. (See “Scan Area Dialog Box” on p. 8-9.)
The [Area] button is not displayed if the application
program provides its own function to specify the scan area.
This dialog box appears when you click the [Area] button in
the scan settings dialog box of an application or in the Basic
Setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
This dialog box allows you to define the area of the document
page to scan on a selected page size, and register non-standard
document page sizes.
The Scan Area dialog box is different for the ISIS driver and
TWAIN driver. For the TWAIN driver, two dialog box types
may be displayed, depending on the application program
used.
[More] Button
Click this button to display the Advanced Settings dialog
box. (See “Advanced Settings Dialog Box” on p. 8-12.)
[About] button
Click this button to display the driver version information.
Scan Area Dialog Box (ISIS Driver)
[Default] button
Clicking this button returns all settings to their default
values.
[Orientation] Button
Click this button to display the Orientation Settings dialog
box. (See “Orientation Settings Dialog Box” on p. 8-11.)
[OK] button
Click this button to accept changes and close the dialog
box.
[Cancel] button
Click this button to cancel any changes and close the
dialog box.
Scan Area Dialog Box (TWAIN Driver)
The area window and [Preview] button appear with
application programs that display the [Scan] button in the
settings dialog box.
[Help] button
Click this button to display help for this dialog box.
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Area
Select the area to be scanned.
The Area window and [Preview] button are not displayed
when using application programs like Job Registration
Tool that display the [OK] button in the settings dialog
box.
IMPORTANT
• The specifiable range for the scan area is from 64 x 64 pixels
up to the selected [Page Size].
• If Auto-detection is selected for [Page Size], or [Text
Orientation Recognition] is enabled in the Advanced Settings
dialog box, you cannot specify the scan area.
• When scanning both sides of a page, the scan area settings
apply to both front and back sides. Settings cannot be made
separately for the front and back sides.
Area Window
The size indicated for the area window corresponds to the
page size setting, and the area within the window changes
in accordance with the area setting.
Page Size
Select the size of the document to scan. This setting is
linked to the [Page Size] setting in the Basic Setup dialog
box.
Hint
• You can also specify the scan area by dragging the frame or
a part inside the area window with the mouse.
• With CapturePerfect, the last scanned image appears in the
area window.
Hint
Clicking the [Custom] button displays the [Custom Page Size]
dialog box, where non-standard page sizes can be registered as
custom page sizes.
Buttons
[Preview] Button (TWAIN Driver Only)
Load the document and then click the [Preview] button to
scan one document page and display its preview image in
the area window.
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[OK] button
Click this button to accept changes and close the dialog
box.
Document Orientation
Specify a rotation angle to correct the orientation of
images.
[Cancel] button
Click this button to reject changes and close the dialog
box.
Hint
• Scanned images are rotated as follows according to the
orientation of loaded documents and the selected angle.
[Help] button
Click this button to display help for this dialog box.
Flatbed
Document:
Face Down
Feeder
Document:
Face Up
Orientation Settings Dialog Box
This dialog box appears when you click the [Orientation]
button in the Basic Setup dialog box or in the extended
version of the Advanced Settings dialog box (for the ISIS
driver).
This dialog box allows you to make settings for rotating
the scanned images.
Document
Orientation
Image
Rotation
(Clockwise)
0 degrees
90 degrees
180 degrees
270 degrees
Output
Image
• Select [90 degrees] for [Document Orientation] when
scanning in Long Document mode.
Duplex Orientation
Specify the mode in accordance with the orientation of the
front and back sides of the document when scanning both
sides of a document.
[Book type]
Specify this mode when scanning a document with the top
and bottom of the front and back sides oriented in the same
direction.
Front Back
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■ Types of Advanced Settings Dialog Box
[Calendar type]
Specify this mode when scanning a document with the top
and bottom of the front and back sides oriented in the
opposite direction. The image of the scanned back side is
rotated 180 degrees and then saved.
There are the following types of Advanced Settings dialog
box.
Advanced Settings Dialog Box (ISIS Driver)
This dialog box is displayed for ISIS-compatible
application programs (CapturePerfect, etc.).
Front Back
Buttons
[OK] button
Click this button to accept changes and close the dialog box.
[Cancel] button
Click this button to reject changes and close the dialog box.
[Help] button
Click this button to display help for this dialog box.
Extended Version of Advanced Settings Dialog Box
(ISIS Driver)
This dialog box is displayed when the ISIS driver is
accessed from a scanner setting or scanning dialog box
belonging to an ISIS-compatible application program. It
contains settings that are not supported in the settings
dialog box belonging to the application program.
Advanced Settings Dialog Box
This dialog box appears when you click the [More] button in the
Basic Setup dialog box, when scanning from an ISIS-compatible
application, and when the ISIS driver is called from a particular
dialog box in order to make settings.
This dialog box allows you to make advanced settings for
scanning.
The items you can set differ depending on the application
program you use. Make the settings as needed for the screen
actually displayed.
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[Text Orientation Recognition] Check Box
Hint
Select this check box to detect the text orientation in scanned
images and rotate the images in 90º increments as needed to
normalize text orientation.
For details on [Text Enhanced Mode], [Detect Page Size], [Skip
Blank Page], and [Deskew], see the descriptions for the
following settings.
• [Text Enhanced Mode] ➔ [Mode]
• [Detect Page Size] ➔ [Page Size]
• [Skip Blank Page] ➔ [Scanning Side]
• [Deskew] ➔ [Deskew]
Flatbed
Document:
Face Down
Feeder
Document:
Face Up
Advanced Settings Dialog Box (TWAIN Driver)
This dialog box is displayed for TWAIN-compatible
application programs (Job Registration Tool).
Text
Orientation
Output
Image
Different Size Originals
Set this item when scanning with [Single-Pass Dup.] set to
[OFF] in the user mode of the scanner.
If a mixture of documents of different sizes is detected
when the resolution is set to [600 dpi] and the scanning
side setting is set to [Duplex] or [Skip Blank Page], the
“Detect Mix Doc.” error message may appear. If it does
appear, select this check box.
■ Settings of Advanced Settings Dialog Box
You can configure the following settings in the Advanced
Settings dialog box.
Color drop-out
These options are enabled for scanning modes other than
24-bit Color, so that you can select a primary color (red,
green, blue) or gray to be ignored (dropped out) or
enhanced.
IMPORTANT
• The feed speed may become slower when [Different Size
Originals] is selected.
• When scanning a mixture of documents, load documents of
the same paper thickness together.
• When scanning a mixture of documents, load the documents
so that they are aligned at the back of the feeder.
• If documents of different widths are loaded and scanned, they
may become slanted when scanned.
Edge emphasis
Adjust image contours. Move the slider toward Soft to
soften image contours, or toward Sharp to sharpen image
contours.
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Apply first page size to next pages
When [Scan Ahead] is selected in the settings of the
application program, this setting is enabled and the
document size of the first page detected with auto
detection is applied to the next pages. This minimizes the
reduction in scanning speed caused by the auto detection
of document sizes.
Buttons
[Others] Button
Click this button to display the Other Settings dialog box.
[Orientation] button (only when opened from the
extended version of the Advanced Settings dialog
box)
Click this button to display the Orientation Settings dialog
box.
IMPORTANT
This setting is not enabled for application programs that do not
use the scan ahead setting. In CapturePerfect, [Scan Ahead] is
selected.
[Gamma] Button
Click this button to display the Gamma Settings dialog
box.
Border Removal
Select this check box to replace black borders surrounding
scanned images with white.
[About] button (only when opened from the extended
version of the Advanced Settings dialog box)
Click this button to display the driver version information.
Punch Hole Removal
When scanning a document with punch holes, the holes
appear as black spots on the scanned image. Select this
check box to remove the black spots from scanned images.
[OK] button
Click this button to accept changes and close the Basic
Setup dialog box.
[Cancel] button
Click this button to reject changes and close the dialog
box.
IMPORTANT
If punch holes are located within text or graphics in the
document, they may be misidentified as graphics, and may not
be removed.
[Help] button
Click this button to display help for this dialog box.
[Reverse Image] Check Box (TWAIN Driver Only)
Select this check box to output images scanned in black
and white (binary) with black and white reversed.
IMPORTANT
This is not available when the mode is [256-level Gray] or [24bit Color].
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• The gamma correction value, gamma curve graph, and
sample image color are interlinked.
• Clicking a point in the gamma curve graph with your
mouse changes the gamma curve and color of the sample
image to match that point.
• You can also move the gamma curve by dragging it with
the mouse.
Gamma Settings Dialog Box
This dialog box appears when you click the [Gamma] button
in the Advanced Settings dialog box.
This dialog box allows you to change the settings for the
gamma correction value.
[Freehand]
The output value for a particular input value in the gamma
table can be specified with the mouse.
• Click any point in the gamma curve graph to set that
point as an output value.
• Drag the mouse over the gamma curve graph to set the
output value according to the mouse movement.
[Custom] Check Box
Select this check box to enable custom settings for gamma
correction.
[Import] Button
Click this button to load gamma table data (*.pxg file) that
was previously exported with the [Export] button.
Imported gamma data is reflected in the gamma curve
graph.
Select
Select the side and color for the custom setting.
[Export] Button
Click this button to export the set gamma correction value
to a file as gamma table data (*.pxg).
Hint
The color bar and color of the sample image are changed to
show the specified color.
Input method
Select the setting method for gamma correction.
[Factor]
Move the slider to the left or right to adjust the gamma
correction factor between 0.2 and 5.0.
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Other Settings Dialog Box (TWAIN Driver)
This dialog box is displayed for TWAIN-compatible
application programs (Job Registration Tool).
Hint
Gamma table data (*.pxg files) consists of 258 lines of text used
to create the desired image data. Refer to “Gamma Table Files”
in the ISIS/TWAIN driver Help for details.
Buttons
[OK] button
Click this button to accept changes and close the Basic
Setup dialog box.
Hint
[Cancel] button
Click this button to reject changes and close the dialog
box.
In the case of both ISIS and TWAIN, the [Stamp] check box only
appears when an optional stamp unit is installed.
■ Settings of Other Settings Dialog Box
[Help] button
Click this button to display help for this dialog box.
You can configure the following settings in the Other
Settings dialog box.
Feeding Option
Select the feeding method for documents.
Other Settings Dialog Box
This dialog box appears when you click the [Others] button in
the Advanced Settings dialog box.
This dialog box allows you to make settings for the feed
method, stamps, and prescan.
The items you can set differ depending on the application
program you use. Make the settings as needed for the screen
actually displayed.
[Standard Feeding]
If scanning is started from an application program, the
document loaded in the feeder or on the flatbed is scanned.
Scanning ends when all pages of the document have been
fed.
[Panel Feeding]
If scanning is started from an application program, the
document loaded in the feeder or on the flatbed is scanned.
After that, you can continue scanning documents by
loading a new document in the feeder or on the flatbed and
then pressing the Start key on the scanner. To finish
scanning, press the Stop key on the scanner or stop
scanning from the application program.
■ Types of Other Settings Dialog Box
There are the following types of Other Settings dialog box.
Other Settings Dialog Box (ISIS Driver)
This dialog box is displayed for ISIS-compatible
application programs (CapturePerfect, etc.).
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[Automatic Feeding]
Once scanning is started from an application program,
whenever a document is loaded in the feeder, the scanner
automatically detects it and begins scanning. To finish
scanning, press the stop button on the scanner or stop
scanning from the application program.
Selecting this item enables the [Setting] button. Click this
button to display the [Scan Wait Setting] dialog box,
where you can specify the wait time before feeding starts.
Batch Separation (ISIS Driver Only)
Select the timing for batch separation for when batch
separation is enabled in the application program and
scanning is started.
The options differ depending on the feeding option setting.
• With the [Standard Feeding] is selected for Feeding
Option
• With the [Panel Feeding] or [Automatic Feeding] is
selected for Feeding Option
In this dialog box, the time from the detection of a
document until feeding starts can be specified from 0 to 60
seconds by dragging the slider left and right.
[None]
Batch separation is not performed.
IMPORTANT
[Auto]
When [Feeding Option] is set to [Panel Feeding], batches
are separated each time the Start key on the scanner is
pressed.
When [Feeding Option] is set to [Automatic Feeding],
batches are separated each time a document is loaded in
the feeder.
• The [Feeding Option] setting may be restricted as follows
depending on the [Scanning Side] setting in the Basic Setup
dialog box (or the scanning side setting in the settings dialog
box belonging to an ISIS-compatible application program).
– When [Scanning Side] is set to [Flatbed], [Automatic
Feeding] is not displayed for [Feeding Option].
– When [Scanning Side] is set to [Auto] and [Feeding Option]
is set to [Automatic Feeding], the operation is as follows
when scanning is started.
· If a document is loaded in the feeder, it is scanned.
· The flatbed enters the wait state (the operation is the
same as when [Panel Feeding] is selected for [Feeding
Option]). If a document is loaded on the flatbed and then
the Start key is pressed, scanning starts.
· Clicking the Stop key ends scanning.
• Use [Panel Feeding] and [Automatic Feeding] of [Feeding
Option] when you want to divide and then scan a document
that cannot be loaded in the feed inlet in one go, or when
[Batch Separation] is set to [Auto] or [Panel] and you want to
use the batch separation function.
[Panel]
Batches are separated whenever the New File key on the
scanner is pressed.
[Patchcode]
Batches are separated whenever a patchcode sheet is
detected between documents. For details, see “Using
Patchcode Sheets” on p. 3-19.
IMPORTANT
When Multi-Stream is enabled in the application program,
[Patchcode] is not displayed.
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Patchcode Orientation (ISIS Driver Only)
This function is enabled when batch separation is set to
[Patchcode]. Set the orientation to match that of the patchcode
of the patchcode sheet.
Prescan
Prescan and display the first document page in the Prescan
window when scanning is started. Continue scanning after
you confirm or adjust the brightness and contrast of the
scanned image in the Prescan window.
Hint
[Patchcode Orientation] must be set as follows to match that in
the document.
Flatbed
Document:
Face Down
Feeder
Document:
Face Up
Buttons
[OK] button
Click this button to accept changes and close the Basic
Setup dialog box.
Patchcode
Sheet
Patchcode
Orientation
0 degrees
90 degrees
180 degrees
[Cancel] button
Click this button to reject changes and close the dialog
box.
270 degrees
Stamp
This function is for affixing the scanned stamp to scanned
documents in the feeder, and is displayed when the
optional stamp is installed.
Select this check box to affix the scanned stamp to
following position of scanned documents.
• Stamp side: Scanned side(s) (both sides when both sides
are scanned)
• Stamp position: A position approximately 0.4" (10 mm)
from the end at the rear in terms of the feed direction
• Stamp pattern:
(Diameter of approximately 0.1" (3
mm))
[Help] button
Click this button to display help for this dialog box.
Hint
The pattern and position of the stamp cannot be changed.
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1. Before Use....................................................... 9-2
Job Function..........................................................9-2
Starting Job Registration Tool...............................9-2
2. Job Registration Tool....................................... 9-3
3. Settings Dialog Boxes...................................... 9-4
[New/Editing] Dialog Box.......................................9-4
[Admin] Dialog Box................................................9-9
Chapter 9 Job Registration Tool Settings
1. Before Use
Job Registration Tool is an application program for registering jobs that can be executed from the Job key on the control panel. This
chapter describes the settings for Job Registration Tool. For details on Job Registration Tool, see “About the Job Function” on
p. 3-11.
Job Registration Tool starts.
Job Function
The job function is for using the [Job] key on the control panel
to select and execute jobs registered by Job Registration Tool,
and allows you to execute scanning without using a scanning
application.
Hint
• The scanning conditions, file format of the image data to be
saved, and save destination are registered to a job, and the image
data scanned with the job function is processed using the
conditions registered to the job.
• Up to 99 jobs can be registered with Job Registration Tool.
Starting Job Registration Tool
Follow the procedure below to start Job Registration Tool.
1. From the Windows task bar, click [Start] ➔ click [All
Programs] ➔ [Canon DR-7090C] ➔ [Job Registration
Tool].
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2. Job Registration Tool
Job Registration Tool consists of the main window below and the [New/Editing] and [Admin] dialog boxes. For details on the dialog
boxes, see the description of each dialog box.
• Selecting [Delete] displays a confirmation message.
• The items of the [Edit] menu are also displayed in a submenu
when you right-click a job.
[Admin] Menu
Open the [Admin] dialog box to configure settings for
monitoring the storage folder for images and backing up
job data. (See “[Admin] Dialog Box” on p. 9-9.)
Menu Bar
[Help] Menu
[Edit] Menu
Display the help and version of Job Registration Tool.
Select a job from the job list, and register a new job or edit,
copy, or delete the job. (See “[New/Editing] Dialog Box”
on p. 9-4.)
Job List
Displays the job numbers (01 to 99) and job titles.
Job Information
Displays the information for the job selected in the job list.
Hint
• If you select a registered job, [Copy] and [Delete] are enabled.
Selecting [Copy] displays the following dialog box. Specify the
job number to copy to and job title, and click the [OK] button to
copy the job to the specified job number.
[Close] Button
End Job Registration Tool.
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3. Settings Dialog Boxes
The settings dialog boxes of Job Registration Tool include the [New/Editing] dialog box and [Admin] dialog box. For details, see
the description of each dialog box.
Send by E-Mail
Allows you to send scanned images as e-mail attachments.
[New/Editing] Dialog Box
In the [New/Editing] dialog box, you can register new jobs
and edit registered jobs.
Depending on the [Function] setting, the dialog box displayed
will vary as follows.
Save as file
Allows you to save scanned images on a specified computer.
Launcher
Allows you to start applications specified in the Windows
event function settings.
Print
Allows you to print scanned images on a specified printer.
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• Select the job number you want to register and click [New/
Editing] in the [Edit] menu.
Hint
The setting items that appear in the [New/Editing] dialog box vary
depending on the [Function] setting. (See “[Function]” on p. 9-5.)
Function
Save as file
Print
Send by
E-Mail
Launcher
No.
✔
✔
✔
✔
Job title
✔
✔
✔
✔
Scanner setting
✔
✔
✔
✔
Mail address
–
–
✔
–
Save image
–
–
✔
–
Save to My
Pictures folder
✔
–
✔
–
Save in folder
✔
–
✔
–
File name
✔
–
✔
–
File type
✔
–
✔
–
Access setting
✔
–
✔
–
Printer
–
✔
–
–
Print format
–
✔
–
–
Setting Item
■ Settings of [New/Editing] Dialog Box
You can configure the following settings in the [New/
Editing] dialog box.
No.
Displays the selected job number.
Job title
Enter the job title to display on the display panel of the
control panel.
Hint
A maximum of 29 alphanumeric single-byte characters can be
entered for a job title.
[Function]
Specifies the function to be assigned to a job. The contents
of the [New/Editing] dialog box depend on the specified
function. (See “[New/Editing] Dialog Box” on p. 9-4.)
✔ : available for setting, – : not available for setting
■ Opening [New/Editing] Dialog Box
Double-click a job number displayed in the job list to open
the [New/Editing] dialog box.
Hint
The [New/Editing] dialog box can also be opened in the
following ways.
• Right-click the job number you want to register and click [New/
Editing] in the submenu.
Hint
Applications started by the [Launcher] function are those
specified in the Windows “Events” function settings. (See
“Setting the Events Function” on p. 3-13.)
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Scanner Setting
Click the [Setting] button to configure the scanner settings.
[Save Image]
Select this to save scanned images.
[Save to My Pictures folder] Check Box
Select this check box to save image files to the My Pictures
folder of the user logged in to Windows.
Hint
• The name displayed for My Pictures differs depending on the
version of Windows you are using.
Example: My Pictures, Pictures
• When this check box is not selected, the [Save in folder] and
[Access setting] buttons are enabled.
Save in folder
When the [Save to My Pictures folder] check box is not
selected, this is enabled for you to specify any name for the
folder in which to save scanned images.
[Mail address]
Enter the e-mail address of the recipient for the scanned
image files.
File name
Enter a name for the files to save.
Hint
[Add] button
To send to multiple recipients, click the [Add] button. The
following dialog box appears for entering additional
recipient e-mail addresses.
• File names may consist of up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
• A time stamp is appended to the file name to indicate the time
of scanning.
File type
Select the file format for the files to be saved.
When multi-page documents are scanned, image files are
created as follows in accordance with the file format.
PDF: All pages are saved in a single image file.
BMP: Each page is saved in a separate image file.
TIFF: You can select the method for saving when multiple
page documents are scanned in the [TIFF Setting] dialog
box displayed by clicking the [Setting] button.
JPEG: Each page is saved in a separate image file.
[Reply-to address]
Enter the e-mail address of the sender.
[Subject]
Enter the subject for sent mail.
[Text]
Enter the text message for sent mail.
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[Print format]
To print at the same size as the manuscript, select [Actual
size].
If the size of the manuscript is larger than the printing page
size, select [Fit to paper] to scale images to fit the printed
paper.
Hint
When a mode other than [256-level Gray] or [24-bit Color] is
selected, an error is displayed if [JPEG] is selected when you
click the [OK] button. If the error appears, change the file format
or scanner mode.
■ Settings of [PDF setting] Dialog Box
You can configure the following settings in the [PDF setting]
dialog box.
[Setting] Button
This button is enabled to display the corresponding
settings dialog box when the [TIFF] or [PDF] file format
is selected. (See p. 9-7 and p. 9-8.)
[Access setting] Button
This button is enabled when the [Save to My Pictures
folder] check box is not selected, and allows you to enter
the user name and password required to access the shared
network folder specified for [Save in folder].
Multi-PDF settings
Select the method for saving PDF files when scanning
multi-page documents.
Hint
Access to shared network folders may be restricted to users
with certain access permission. In this case, users cannot
access the shared folder without entering the correct user
name and password. Confirm the access rights set for the
shared network folder with the network administrator, then
enter the user name and password.
• Select [Single page] to save each page of the scanned
document as one PDF file.
• Select [Multi-pages] to save all pages as one PDF file.
Compression rate
Select the compression rate for PDF files.
[Printer]
Click the [Printer setting] button to select the printer for
scanned images.
Hint
• Select [Normal] to save files with normal compression.
• Select [High Compression] to save files with high
compression. Although the file size is reduced, image quality
may be slightly degraded.
• Select [Character Precedence] to ensure readability is not
reduced by saving files with the parts other than the text
compressed.
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IMPORTANT
Hint
The Compression rate setting is enabled when the scanner is
set to [256-level Gray] or [24-bit Color] mode. When [Black and
White] or [Error Diffusion] binary image scanning mode is
selected, file size depends on the content of the scanned
document.
• CCITT Group 4 is a compression format designed for data
communications (such as with fax devices) of black and white
(binary) images.
• JPEG is a compression format for saving grayscale and color
images. When the [Compression] check box is selected, a
standard level of JPEG compression is applied.
Language for OCR
When the [Apply OCR] check box is selected, the target
language for OCR can be selected in the list box.
Hint
If your application program does not support the above
compression formats, you may be unable to open scanned
image files. In this case, disable [Compression] when scanning.
■ Settings of [JPEG File Setting] Dialog Box
You can configure the following settings in the [JPEG File
Setting] dialog box.
Characters within document images are recognized as text
and saved as appended text data in PDF (*pdf) files.
■ Settings of [TIFF setting] Dialog Box
You can configure the following settings in the [TIFF
setting] dialog box.
Multi-tiff setting
Select the method for saving image files when scanning
multi-page documents.
Quality
Select the image quality for JPEG files.
Hint
Hint
• Select [High Quality] to save files with high quality. Although
image quality is high, the file size becomes larger.
• Select [Standard] to save files with normal compression.
• Select [High Compression] to save files with high
compression. Although the file size is reduced, image quality
may be slightly degraded.
• Select [User settings] to enable the slider and set the quality
manually.
• Select [Single page] to save each page as one image file.
• Select [Multi-page] to save all pages as one image file.
[Compression] Check Box
Select this check box to compress images saved to files.
Black and white (binary) images are compressed in CCITT
Group 4 format, and grayscale and color images in JPEG
format. When this check box is not selected, the saved files
are much larger.
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■ Capacity Warning Settings
[Admin] Dialog Box
The capacity warning settings allow you to specify in
advance the folder for saving image files, and the space to
be available for saving files. If the space required to save a
file will exceed the specified warning size when starting to
scan or while scanning, a warning message appears.
The [Admin] dialog box allows you to configure settings for
monitoring the storage folder for images, settings for the mail
server and settings for backing up job data.
Register Folder
A warning size (capacity) can be specified for up to five
folders. Select the number (1 to 5) of the folder to be
registered in [Register Folder].
[Display Warning Dialog] Check Box
Select this check box when you want to limit the space
available for the selected registration folder number, and
specify the folder for which to monitor the capacity limit
and set the size at which to output a warning.
■ Opening [Admin] Dialog Box
Click [Admin setting] in the [Admin] menu to open the
[Admin] dialog box.
[Capacity Observed Folder]
Specify a folder for which to limit space available.
[Warning Size]
Enter the maximum total size for all files saved to the
specified folder.
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[SMTP method]
Select your mail server’s handing method protocol.
IMPORTANT
• When saving to removable storage media such as CD-R,
specify the maximum capacity of the media.
• When folder monitoring ([Display Warning Dialog]) is enabled,
a warning message appears when scanning is started if the
total size of the files in the specified folder exceeds the
specified limit.
• If a warning message appears, follow the instructions in the
message to either continue scanning or change the save
destination first.
If you select anything other than [Standard SMTP], click
the [Access setting] button and enter the user’s account
access information as required by the mail server.
■ Show Monitor Dialog Setting
[Show Monitor Dialog] check box
Check this box to display scanning progress in a dialog
box during scanning.
[Maximum size of attached file]
When you specify [Send by E-Mail], enter the maximum
size limit for image file attachments. When the scanned
image size reaches the specified maximum, a message
appears and scanning stops.
IMPORTANT
• Contact your mail server administrator if you are uncertain
about any mail server settings.
• Choose a maximum attachment file size that does not exceed
the corresponding setting on your mail server.
■ Mail Server Settings
Make appropriate settings to suit your mail server.
[Mail Server]
Enter the IP address of the mail server.
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■ Job Back Up Settings
Set this function to back up the registered jobs when the
same job is to be executed in a different environment, such
as occurs when multiple users log on to Windows or when
multiple scanners are used.
[Back Up] Button
Write a backup file (*.reg) of registered job data to any
folder.
[Restore] Button
Read an output backup file (*.reg), and restore the job data.
Hint
If the currently registered job number is the same as that of an
existing backup file, the existing backup file is overwritten by the
registered job.
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1. About Basic Condition Settings ..................... 10-2
Confirming Basic Conditions for Scanning..........10-2
2. Practical Examples ........................................ 10-4
Scanning Documents of Unregistered
Page Sizes ..........................................................10-4
Specifying Scanning Area ...................................10-5
Configuring Scanner Settings According
to Purpose...........................................................10-5
Registering Your Settings ...................................10-8
Chapter 10 Practical Examples
1. About Basic Condition Settings
This section provides an overview of the basic setting items that are the minimum requirements when configuring the scanner
settings. For details on settings, see Chapter 8 “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings”.
Page Size
Select the paper size in accordance with the document to
be scanned.
Confirming Basic Conditions for Scanning
When you scan a document, make sure to confirm the [Mode],
[Page Size], [Dots per inch], and [Scanning Side] basic
conditions in the Basic Setup dialog box.
Hint
If [Auto-detection] is selected, the edges of the document are
detected and images that match the size of the document are
saved.
Dots per inch
Select the scanning resolution.
Mode
Select the scanning mode.
Hint
Higher resolutions provide clearer images, but produce larger
files.
Hint
[Advanced Text Enhancement] removes or processes the
background color and background surrounding text to enhance
the text for easy reading.
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Scanning Side
Select which page side(s) to scan.
Hint
• To scan using the flatbed, set the scanning side to [Flatbed] or
[Auto].
• If the scanning side is set to [Auto], documents placed in the
feeder tray will be scanned. If there are no documents in the
feeder tray, the flatbed will be scanned.
• If the scanning side is set to [Skip Blank Page], the images of
blank pages are deleted when the images are saved.
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2. Practical Examples
This section provides an overview of the basic setting items that are the minimum requirements when configuring the scanner
settings. For details on settings, see Chapter 8 “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Settings”.
3. Set [Document Orientation] to [90 degrees] and
Scanning Documents of Unregistered
Page Sizes
[Duplex Orientation] to [Calendar type] in the
Orientation Settings dialog box.
Configuring the following settings allows you to scan a
document of an unregistered page size.
■ Scanning documents longer than 17.0" (432
mm) (Long Document Mode)
When you want to scan a document that is longer than
17.0" (432 mm), you can enable [Long Document Mode]
in the scanner settings and set the page size setting to
[Auto-detection] in order to scan documents up to 24.8"
(630 mm) long.
1. In User Mode, set [Long Document Mode] of the
4. Select the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box
scanner settings to [ON]. (See “Long Document
Mode” on p. 4-2.)
in the Advanced Settings dialog box.
L o n g
D o c u m e n t
[ O N ]
O F F
2. Set [Page Size] to [Auto-detection] in the Basic Setup
dialog box.
IMPORTANT
• Long Document Mode is not available if it is not supported by
the application program.
• When scanning a long document, load and scan the pages of
the document one at time.
• Some scanning mode and resolution settings may produce
incomplete images. If this happens, try decreasing the
resolution or, if scanning in color mode, switch to black and
white.
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■ Registering of non-standard page sizes
Hint
You can register a non-standard page size that has not been
registered as a page size by naming and registering it as a
custom page size in the [Page Size] setting of the Scan
Area dialog box, which is opened from the [Area] button
in the Basic Setup dialog box. (See p. 8-9.)
• With the TWAIN driver, load the document you want to specify
the area of and press the [Preview] button to scan the
document and display the preview image in the Area panel.
You can then specify the area from the displayed preview
image.
• With CapturePerfect 3.0, the last scanned image appears in
the preview window. Scan the document you want to set the
area of with [Scan Single Page] in order to display the image
in the preview window.
Specifying Scanning Area
Configure the following settings when you want to specify the
area of the document to scan.
Configuring Scanner Settings According
to Purpose
■ Specifying an area
Specify the area of the document to scan in the Scan Area
dialog box. (See p. 8-9.)
Set the scanning conditions according to the scanning
purpose.
■ When you do not want to scan colored lines
and characters
Select the color (red, blue, or green) to be ignored
(dropped out) in [Color drop-out] in the Advanced Settings
dialog box, and that color will be not be scanned. (See
p. 8-13.)
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■ When you want to enhance a particular color
■ When you want to reverse the black and white
in scanned images (TWAIN driver only)
Select the color (red, blue, or green) to be enhanced in
[Color drop-out] in the Advanced Settings dialog box, and
that color will be enhanced.
Select the [Reverse Image] check box in the Advanced
Settings dialog box. This outputs scanned images with
black and white reversed. (See p. 8-14.)
■ When you want to enhance contours in images
Adjust the [Edge emphasis] setting in the Advanced
Settings dialog box. (See p. 8-12.)
Hint
The ISIS driver does not have a function for reversing black and
white.
■ When you want to eliminate black borders
around scanned images
■ When you want to enhance text that is difficult
to read because of factors such as the
background of the scanned document
Select the [Border Removal] check box in the Advanced
Settings dialog box. The black borders around the scanned
images are removed. (See p. 8-14.)
Select [Advanced Text Enhancement] as the mode in the
Basic Setup dialog box. The background behind the text is
removed or processed so that the text is emphasized for
better legibility. (See p. 8-6.)
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■ When you want to remove the black spots from
scanned images when scanning documents
with punch holes
The text orientation on each page is detected, and the
scanned image is rotated in 90-degree increments to
correct the orientation.
Select the [Punch Hole Removal] check box in the
Advanced Settings dialog box. The black spots from
punch holes in documents are removed from scanned
images. (See p. 8-14.)
Flatbed
Document:
Face Down
Feeder
Document:
Face Up
Text
Orientation
Output
Image
Hint
■ When you want to match the orientation of
images to the text when scanning a mixture of
pages with different text orientations
When [Text Orientation Recognition] is selected, [Document
Orientation] is disabled.
■ When you want to rotate the images of a
document loaded horizontally to correct the
orientation
Select the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box in the
Advanced Settings dialog box. (See p. 8-13.)
Specify the rotation angle with [Document Orientation] in
the Orientation dialog box.(See p. 8-11.)
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Hint
Hint
Images are rotated as follows according to the orientation of the
loaded document and the selected angle.
If [Skip Blank Page] is selected, the [Setting] button is enabled,
and you can adjust the level for judging whether pages are
blank.
Flatbed
Document:
Face Down
Feeder
Document:
Face Up
Document
Orientation
Image
Rotation
(Clockwise)
Registering Your Settings
0 degrees
90 degrees
180 degrees
270 degrees
You can register the scanning conditions so that you can use
them next time.
Output
Image
■ Registering scanning conditions
Name and register the scanning conditions in [User
Preference] in the Basic Setup dialog box. When you want
to use the registered scanning conditions, select the
registered name to apply the registered scanning
conditions.
■ When you want to delete the images of the
blank pages in two-sided documents
If you set the scanning side setting to [Skip Blank Page] in
the Basic Setup dialog box, the images of blank pages in
the document are deleted. (See p. 8-8.)
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