SCANNING TO MULTIPLE DESTINATIONSScanning to multiple destinations works the same as when scanning to a single destination, OneTouch simply distributes the final scan to several destinations. This option is enabled separately for each OneTouch button.
1. Open the OneTouch Properties window and click on the Options tab.
2. Select Enable scanning to multiple destinations, then click back on the configuration tab.
3. Click each destination where you want to send the scanned image in the Selected destinations (#) list. Click again to deselect a destination.
As you click on each destination, the Selected destinations number will count so you know how many applications are selected to receive the image.
4. If any of the destinations you select have global configuration properties, the Properties button at the bottom of the Selected destinations list will be enabled for you to configure the destination options. Click on the Properties button to open the OneTouch Link Properties window to configure the destinations.
Each destination that has global properties will be represented by its configuration tab in the OneTouch Link Properties window. Please refer to the destination instructions, as described in the previous section(s), for configuring destination specific options.
Click on OK when you are done making changes in this window.
5. Select the file format you want for the scanned image in the Select format panel.
You can only scan as one file format at a time, so all selected destinations must have a common file type. As you select destinations, destinations that do not have a file type in common with the one you selected, will automatically disable.
For example, if you scan to a printer and to email, only the BMP file format will be available as printers can only receive an uncompressed image format. All other image formats and all text formats will be disabled until you deselect the printer.
6. Select the scan configuration you want to use for scanning in the Select configuration list.
Click on the Edit button to open the Scan Configuration Properties window to configure any destination specific scanning options.
Each destination that has per-scan configuration properties will be represented by its configuration tab in the OneTouch Scan Configuration Properties window. Please refer to the destination instructions, as described in the previous section(s), for configuring destination specific options.
Click on OK when you are done making changes in this window.
7. Click on OK on the OneTouch Properties window.
8. Load the document(s) in the scanner and start scanning with the button you set to scan to multiple destinations.
The scanner starts scanning and when finished, the image is sent to each destination you selected in the OneTouch Properties window.
• The Still Image Client destination cannot be used with multiple destination scanning. This destination will be disabled when the Enable scanning to multiple destinations is selected.
SCANNING WITH JOB SEPARATION
Use job separation to have OneTouch create a new file each time a separator is detected when scanning a multiple page batch. For example, if you want to scan financial statements from several different banks, you can place a stack of statements in the scanner and OneTouch will separate each statement into a different file based on your selected job separator.
1. Open the OneTouch Properties window.
2. Select the Destination Application, File Format, and Scan Configuration applicable to your scanning batch.
Make sure the option Create single image files is not selected. If this option is selected, the job separation features on the Options tab will be disabled.
3. Click on the Options tab in the OneTouch Properties window.
4. Click on the down arrow next to the Select Button list to select the button you want to modify.
Note that the options in this window are specific to each OneTouch button.
5. Click on the option Use job separator when scanning multiple pages.
6. Select one of the two job separation options:
When a blank page is detected—a new file will be created after a blank page is fed through the scanner. The blank page is discarded from the scanned image and the new file starts with the next page in the document stack. Place a blank page, in the document you are scanning, at each place where you want a new file created when scanning is complete.
When you are scanning in Duplex mode, both sides of the page must be blank for this job separation option to work.
• Sensitivity—you can adjust the sensitivity level of the blank page detection. For instance, depending on the paper weight, color mode, or image processing options selected, you might get varying results. Changing the sensitivity level allows you to fine-tune the accuracy of the blank page detection.
When the number of images reaches—input the maximum number of images you want in the scanned file. The scanner will create a new file each time that number is reached.
When you are scanning in Duplex mode, the number of images captured is double the number of pages in the scanner. For example, if you are scanning 12 double-sided pages it is counted as 24 images. If you want the stack split in half, the number of images reached would be 12.
7. When you are done making changes, click on OK to save the changes and close the window.
8. Place your documents in the scanner and start scanning.
When scanning is finished, each file will be sent to the destination location or application you have selected on the button tab.
• When Instant delivery is also selected on the Options tab, each file will be sent as it is created.
The options on the Page Settings tab, in the Scan Configuration Properties window will affect the job separation options as described below:
Skip blank originals
• The Sensitivity you set for this feature is the one that is used when scanning. The sensitivity level you set in the Options tab will be ignored.
• When you are scanning in Simplex mode and the selected job separator is When a blank page is detected, the job separation occurs first and a new file will be created each time a blank page is detected. If you want a single file created with the blank page discarded, deselect the job separation feature on the Options tab.
Note that when scanning Duplex, both sides of the page must be blank for the job separation to occur. If both sides of a scanned page is blank, the job separation occurs first and a new file will be created each time a blank page is detected. If you want a single file created with the blank page discarded, deselect the job separation feature on the Options tab or remove the blank page from your scanning batch.
• If you select When the number of images reaches, and input a number in the control box, any blank pages will be discarded first, and then the number of images scanned will be counted. For example, if you scan 12 pages and 3 are blank, the total number of images counted for the job separation will be 9 not 12.