Manual -- Scanning_From_RICOH Volume Scanner

Manual -- Scanning_From_RICOH Volume Scanner
Scanning using the RICOH Aficio IS330DC
There are two ways to scan using the RICOH Aficio IS330DC network scanner. The first
way is to scan with Adobe Acrobat Professional. This is the most intuitive method and
allows you to scan to the very professional pdf format. The second way is to use
“DeskTopBinder Lite” software that can be installed on your computer.
Scanning with Adobe Acrobat Professional
First, open Adobe Acrobat Professional (note: make sure that it is indeed professional and
not just the reader). Once Adobe Acrobat Professional is open, click on File in the left
corner of the screen and chose “Create PDF”. More options will appear allowing you to
click on “From Scanner…”
The following window will then pop up. Set the scanner to IS330DC(Network). You then
have the option of scanning one or both sides of the document. The OCR option will
attempt to recognize text in the document to allow you to search for items within the text.
By default this option is on and it is best to leave this option on.
Click Scan to continue… The following should load onto the screen.
Here you have a number of different choices, all of which produce similar results. It is
best to use standard for most purposes. However, if you are scanning a document which
contains just black and white text then the contrast will be best on OCR.
Make note of the Document option. If it is set to “ADF” it will scan from the automatic
document feeder on top of the printer. If it is set to “platen glass” it will scan from the
glass. Also make sure that the size is equal to or greater than your documents dimensions.
Here it is set to auto detect. When you have selected your desired settings click scan in
the top right corner. The loading bar for the scanning then commences. When it finishes
you get a screen similar to the following:
If you have more documents that you need to scan to the same PDF then click “next”,
insert the new document into the scanner and repeat the process above. If you are finished
you can click “done.”
After you click done Acrobat will process the images and display them, you can then
make adjustments in Acrobat Professional and then SAVE THE FILE.
Scanning with Desktop Binder Lite*
*Note: You CAN NOT scan to a PDF in Desktop Binder Lite so this demonstration will
show you how to scan to an image file.
First, Go to “Start” -> “All Programs” -> “DeskTopBinder” -> “DeskTopBinder”
You should see the following screen:
To scan a document, click the scanner icon in on the left hand side of the screen. A new
window will appear with the following options:
Here you have a number of different choices, all of which produce similar results. It is
best to use standard for most purposes. However, if you are scanning a document which
contains just black and white text then the contrast will be best on OCR.
Make note of the Document option. If it is set to “ADF” it will scan from the automatic
document feeder on top of the printer. If it is set to “platen glass” it will scan from the
glass. Also make sure that the size is equal to or greater than your documents dimensions.
Here it is set to auto detect. When you have selected your desired settings click scan in
the top right corner. The loading bar for the scanning then commences. When it finishes
you get a screen similar to the following:
If you have more documents that you need to scan with the same settings then insert the
new document into the scanner and select “Continue.” If you are finished you can click
“Complete.” When you select “Complete” you get the following window:
To save the files as images go to “file” and then “Convert” in the left hand corner and
select “Convert to image.” In the screen that appears select “All document sections” and
then click “OK” as shown bellow:
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The screen that appears next (shown below) allows you select the properties and format
of the saved images.
In general the default settings are suitable. However, if you want to save a color image
you will have to change the “File format:” to “JPEG” so that the settings look like the
following:
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For color
images, select
the settings
according to
the image to
the right in
the order
shown.
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Verify that “Colors:” is set to “Full color (24 bit)”
Once you have decided whether or not to save in color or black and white and have
adjusted the properties as such, click OK to continue and the following screen will appear:
Select “Save as Windows file” and browse for or type in the desired location of the image
files. Here the images will be saved to the Consultant’s Desktop. Click OK to continue
and the images will be saved to selected location. Browse to that location to verify that
they have been saved.
At this point you have successfully scanned images from the scanner to your PC.
Congratulations!!
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