Selecting Operations from the Quick Menu

The Quick Menu will allow you to start using the ScanSnap right away even if it is your first time.
Quick Menu

Select an application from the Quick Menu to perform the following desired operations:

Using Scanned Images

Share the Scanned Document Files with Others.

Scan to FolderScan to Folder
Save the scanned image directly in a shared folder on a network after scanning, share the scanned image with others and inform them of the destination folder path by an e-mail message automatically created with the path stated.

Send Document Files to Others via E-mail.

Scan to E-mailScan to E-mail
Send an e-mail message to others with the scanned image file attached.

Up to ten files can be attached to an e-mail message.

When you scan more than one document with the scan settings shown below, multiple files are created. Pay attention to the number of documents to scan:

  • File format: JPEG (*.jpg)
  • [Generate one PDF file per (n) page(s)] checkbox is selected

Make Copies of a Paper Document.

Scan to PrintScan to Print
Print the scanned image with a printer.

Save Scanned Documents to a Mobile Device.

Scan to MobileScan to Mobile
Save the scanned image to a mobile device connected to the computer.

You can access the saved files through an application that can view PDF or JPEG files.

Displayed when .NET Framework 3.0 is installed.

Note that .NET Framework 3.0 is also included in .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1 or later). It is recommended to install the latest update in the operating system and use .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1 or later).

If .NET Framework 4 or later is already installed, you need to install .NET Framework 3.0 separately because .NET Framework 3.0 is not included in .NET Framework 4 or later version.

Convert Catalogs and Pamphlets into Digital Data and Save Them.

Scan to Picture FolderScan to Picture Folder
Save scanned images of catalogs and pamphlets directly into your Pictures folder.