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How to set-up your ScanSnap Scanner for continuous scanning
Thursday, November 8, 2012
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Having the ability to continue scanning once your current batch is complete can save a lot of time. Instead of creating multiple files for a large batch you can easily create a single file for your entire batch.
Here is a helpful guide on how to set-up your ScanSnap Scanner for continuous scanning.
Step 1: ScanSnap Manager
Double-click on the ScanSnap icon in the task tray
Click on the Scanning tab and enable continue scanning after current scan is finished.
Close the ScanSnap Manager
Step 2: Begin Scanning
Load your documents in the scanner
Press the scan button
After your current batch is scanned add additional documents to the scanner and press [Continue scanning].
When you are done click [Finish Scanning]
It’s that simple!
Now your large batch of documents have been scanned to your computer.
If you need further assistance, please contact our Technical Assistance Center.
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Upon transitioning from a PC to a MacBook Pro recently, I found my old fi-4120c wouldn’t work with the Mac so I ordered a brand new ScanSnap S1500M to go with my new laptop. Installation was a snap (pun intended). The Mac recognized the ScanSnap easily and I was up and running in no time. The S1500M recognizes every document’s characteristics automatically and adjusts for single or double sided scans, paper color and paper length. It’s just a joy to use and even superior to the 4120c’s older technology. – David, Albuquerque, NM
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