How do I scan documents and photos at the library? Last Updated: Jan 17, 2020 Views: 83
How do I scan documents and photos at the library?
On library photocopiers, you can scan to your USB drive in B&W or color for free.
- Place the paper(s) to be scanned in the document feeder (face up), or on the glass (face down).
- Plug the USB drive into the port at the front of the copier. The touchscreen will say “External memory device (USB) is connected.”
- On the copier touchscreen, tap “Scan to external memory device.”
- To scan with default options, tap Black & White Start or Color Start. The screen will say “scanning original,” and then “processing data.” For advanced options on your scan (like adding a filename), tap “Details”, then tap “Yes” to exit Easy Scan mode. Set your options, then tap Start.
- If you have additional pages to scan, place the pages and tap Start again.
- After scanning your last page, tap "Read-End."
- Unplug the USB when the touchscreen message changes from "sending data" to "sending complete.”
- Remove your document from the feeder or glass.
We have a professional flat-bed scanner which you can use to scan any photo or document up to 12"x17" at no charge. Look on our Computers, Printing & Technology page to find out where it is and how to make an appointment to use it.
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Last Updated: Jan 17, 2020 Views: 83