Quick Menu for Selecting an Application to Perform a Particular Action

You can perform a particular action on the scanned image by selecting an application in the Quick Menu which is displayed after scanning a document.

In order to use the Quick Menu, select a profile which is linked with the Quick Menu in the home screen on the touch panel or the Scan Window of ScanSnap Home, and scan a document.

In order to use the Quick Menu, select a profile which is linked with the Quick Menu in the Scan Window of ScanSnap Home, and scan a document.

When a profile is linked with the Quick Menu, [Quick Menu] is specified in [Send to] under [Application] in the settings of the profile.

HINT
  • In order to use the Quick Menu, the image created from a document that you scanned is saved in the folder which is specified for [Save to] in the profile, and the scanned image is not managed in ScanSnap Home.

    However, if you select one of the following applications in the Quick Menu, the image created from a document that you scanned is saved in the [ScanSnap Home] folder, and the scanned image is managed in ScanSnap Home as a content data record.

    • ScanSnap Home

    • Save Documents

    • Save Business Cards

    • Save Receipts

    • Save Photos

  • For Windows, when you use the Quick Menu, you cannot assign a password to an image in a PDF format to open it.

What is the Quick Menu?

The Quick Menu is used for selecting an application to perform a particular action. This is displayed after scanning a document using a profile with [Quick Menu] selected in [Send to] under [Application] in the settings.

The Quick Menu consists of the following:

Windows
Quick Menu
Recommended

Shows recommended applications to link with after detecting the type of documents that you scanned.

For example, if you scan a A4-size document, [Save Documents] will be displayed in [Recommended].

However, if you select a document type other than [Automatically detects the document type as "Documents", "Business Cards", "Receipts", or "Photos" and scans the document with the appropriate scan settings] in [Document type detection] in the settings of a profile, recommended applications will be shown depending not on the type of document that you scanned but on the type of document that you specified in the profile.

Shows recommended applications to link with depending on the type of document that you specified in [Document type detection] in the settings of a profile.

Click Close the Detailed Description / Open the Detailed Description to switch between [Show Recommended] and [Hide Recommended].

Favorites/All Applications

Two display modes are available in the Quick Menu.

Click Show All Applications / Show Favorites to switch the display mode.

  • [Favorites] mode

    Shows only the applications that are specified as favorites in the [Applications to Show/Hide] window.

    When you specify applications that are often used as favorites and display them in the [Favorites] mode, you can quickly find a desired application.

  • [All Applications] mode

    Shows all applications available in the Quick Menu.

Star Mark is displayed in the upper right of the icons for the applications that are specified as favorites in the [Applications to Show/Hide] window.

Application list (1)

A list of available applications in order to perform a particular action is displayed.

HINT
  • The applications that you chose to add are also displayed in the Application list.

    For details, refer to Adding an Application That You Want to Run.

  • When the document type for the scanned document is detected incorrectly, the application for the type may not appear in the Application list.

    If the application for the type does not appear, select [ScanSnap Home] in the Quick Menu and change the document type after importing the content data record to ScanSnap Home.

    To change the document type for a content data record, refer to Changing the Document Type for a Content Data Record.

ScanSnap Home

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Documents

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Documents].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Documents] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Business Cards

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Business Cards].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Business Cards] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Receipts

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Receipts].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Receipts] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Photos

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Photos].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Photos] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Scan to Folder

In the [Scan to Folder] window, specify an image created from the document that you scanned, a title, and a folder for the save destination, and then click the [Save] button to save the scanned image as a file.

Scan to Email

In the [Scan to Email] window, check images created from the documents that you scanned and check the file names for the images, and click the [Attach] button to attach the image files in a new e-mail window from an e-mail program.

Scan to Print

In the [Scan to Print] window, check images created from the documents that you scanned, modify the setting if necessary, and click the [Print] button to print the images with a printer.

Dropbox

Displayed when Dropbox desktop application 77.4.131 or later is installed and you are logged in to Dropbox.

The images created from the document that you scanned are uploaded to Dropbox by specifying a sync folder in advance.

Refer to here for the Dropbox desktop application download page.

Evernote

Displayed when Evernote for Windows 6.20.2 or later is installed.

Logging in to Evernote in advance uploads the images created from the document that you scanned to Evernote.

Refer to here for Evernote for Windows download page.

Google Drive

Displayed when Backup and Sync 3.45.5545 or later is installed and you are logged in to the Google Drive.

Specifying a sync folder in advance uploads the images created from the document that you scanned to Google Drive.

Refer to here for the Backup and Sync download page.

OneDrive

Displayed when OneDrive sync client 19.103.0527 or later is installed and you are logged in to OneDrive.

Specifying a sync folder in advance uploads the images created from the document that you scanned to Google Drive.

Refer to here for the OneDrive sync client download page.

[Scan to Word]/[Scan to Excel]/[Scan to PowerPoint(R)]

This application is displayed when ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap (5.0 or later) is installed.

The images created from the document that you scanned are converted into a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file.

If you take the contents in an image created from the document that you scanned into consideration when selecting a format for the file to which the image is converted, reproducibility of the image after it is converted becomes higher. For details, refer to OCR Function of ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap.

Pictures Folder

The images created from the documents that you scanned are saved as JPEG files in the Picture folder.

Documents Folder

The images created from the document that you scanned are saved in the Documents folder.

Scan to Rack2-Filer Smart

This application is displayed when Rack2-Filer Smart trial version or Rack2-Filer Smart is installed.

The images created from the document that you scanned are saved in Rack2-Filer Smart trial version or Rack2-Filer Smart.

This is available when the file format of the scanned images is PDF.

Settings

Displayed when you put the cursor over the icon of an application that the settings can be modified for, and when you click on the icon, the settings window for the application is displayed.

Detail

Shows the descriptions for the application that you select.

Click Close the Detailed Description / Open the Detailed Description to switch the Show/Hide descriptions for the application.

Applications to Show/Hide

When you click this, the [Applications to Show/Hide] window (where you can select applications to appear in the [Favorites] mode or where you can change the order of applications in the Quick Menu) is displayed.

Zoom Slider

Changes the icon size of the applications displayed in the Quick Menu in three levels.

Moving the slider to the right enlarges the icon size while moving the slider to the left reduces the icon size.

Mac OS
Quick Menu
Recommended

Shows recommended applications to link with after detecting the type of documents that you scanned.

For example, if you scan a A4-size document, [Save Documents] will be displayed in [Recommended].

However, if you select a document type other than [Automatically detects the document type as "Documents", "Business Cards", "Receipts", or "Photos" and scans the document with the appropriate scan settings] in [Document type detection] in the settings of a profile, recommended applications will be shown depending not on the type of document that you scanned but on the type of document that you specified in the profile.

Shows recommended applications to link with depending on the type of document that you specified in [Document type detection] in the settings of a profile.

Click Close the Detailed Description / Open the Detailed Description to switch between [Show Recommended] and [Hide Recommended].

Favorites/All Applications

Two display modes are available in the Quick Menu.

Click Show All Applications / Show Favorites to switch the display mode.

  • [Favorites] mode

    Shows only the applications that are specified as favorites in the [Applications to Show/Hide] window.

    When you specify applications that are often used as favorites and display them in the [Favorites] mode, you can quickly find a desired application.

  • [All Applications] mode

    Shows all applications available in the Quick Menu.

Star Mark is displayed in the upper right of the icons for the applications that are specified as favorites in the [Applications to Show/Hide] window.

Application list (1)

A list of available applications in order to perform a particular action is displayed.

HINT
  • The applications that you chose to add are also displayed in the Application list.

    For details, refer to Adding an Application That You Want to Run.

  • When the document type for the scanned document is detected incorrectly, the application for the type may not appear in the Application list.

    If the application for the type does not appear, select [ScanSnap Home] in the Quick Menu and change the document type after importing the content data record to ScanSnap Home.

    To change the document type for a content data record, refer to Changing the Document Type for a Content Data Record.

ScanSnap Home

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Documents

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Documents].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Documents] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Business Cards

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Business Cards].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Business Cards] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Receipts

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Receipts].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Receipts] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Save Photos

Displayed when the document type of an image is detected as [Photos].

Images and meta information created from the documents that you scanned are managed in ScanSnap Home as content data records with [Photos] as the document type. The content data records can be checked in the content data record list view on the main window.

Scan to Folder

In the [Scan to Folder] window, specify an image created from the document that you scanned, a title, and a folder for the save destination, and then click the [Save] button to save the scanned image as a file.

Scan to Email

In the [Scan to Email] window, check images created from the documents that you scanned and check the file names for the images, and click the [Attach] button to attach the image files in a new e-mail window from an e-mail program.

Scan to Print

In the [Print] window, check images created from the documents that you scanned, modify the setting if necessary, and click the [Print] button to print the images with a printer.

Dropbox

Displayed when Dropbox desktop application 77.4.131 or later is installed and you are logged in to Dropbox.

The images created from the document that you scanned are uploaded to Dropbox by specifying a sync folder in advance.

Refer to here for the Dropbox desktop application download page.

Evernote

Displayed when Evernote for Mac 7.1.1 or later is installed.

Logging in to Evernote in advance uploads the images created from the document that you scanned to Evernote.

Refer to here for the Evernote for Mac download page.

Google Drive

Displayed when Backup and Sync 3.45.5816 or later is installed and you are logged in to the Google Drive.

Specifying a sync folder in advance uploads the images created from the document that you scanned to Google Drive.

Refer to here for the Backup and Sync download page.

OneDrive

Displayed when OneDrive sync client 19.103.0527 or later is installed and you are logged in to OneDrive.

Specifying a sync folder in advance uploads the images created from the document that you scanned to Google Drive.

Refer to here for the OneDrive sync client download page.

[Scan to Word]/[Scan to Excel]/[Scan to PowerPoint(R)]

This application is displayed when ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap (5.0 or later) is installed.

The images created from the document that you scanned are converted into a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file.

If you take the contents in an image created from the document that you scanned into consideration when selecting a format for the file to which the image is converted, reproducibility of the image after it is converted becomes higher. For details, refer to OCR Function of ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap.

Documents Folder

The images created from the document that you scanned are saved in the Documents folder.

Settings

Displayed when you put the cursor over the icon of an application that the settings can be modified for, and when you click on the icon, the settings window for the application is displayed.

Detail

Shows the descriptions for the application that you select.

Click Close the Detailed Description / Open the Detailed Description to switch the Show/Hide descriptions for the application.

Applications to Show/Hide

When you click this, the [Applications to Show/Hide] window (where you can select applications to appear in the [Favorites] mode or where you can change the order of applications in the Quick Menu) is displayed.

Zoom Slider

Changes the icon size of the applications displayed in the Quick Menu in three levels.

Moving the slider to the right enlarges the icon size while moving the slider to the left reduces the icon size.

 

To change the display of the Quick Menu

In the [Applications to Show/Hide] window, you can select applications to display in the [Favorites] mode or you can change the order of applications in the Quick Menu.

The [Applications to Show/Hide] window appears when you click Applications to Show/Hide in the Quick Menu.

Windows
Applications to Show/Hide
Application list

Displays all applications that appear in the Quick Menu.

When you select the checkboxes for applications, the selected applications will appear in the [Favorites] mode in the Quick Menu.

[Up] Button / [Down] Button

You can change the order of applications that appear in the Quick Menu.

While you select an application in the application list and move the application up or down with this button, the order of applications that appear in the Quick Menu will change.

If an application that you selected cannot move up or down anymore, the button is disabled.

[Bring new application to the top] checkbox

If you select this checkbox, when you add a new application to the Quick Menu, the new application is added to the top of the application list in the Quick Menu. If you clear the checkbox, the new application is added to the bottom of the application list in the Quick Menu.

[Show Settings button automatically] checkbox

If you select this checkbox, Settings is displayed when you put the cursor over an icon for an application that the settings can be modified for.

Reset Display
[Reset] button

When you click this button, the order of applications in the Quick Menu and the show/hide settings in the [Favorites] mode in the Quick Menu return back to the default.

Note that the application that you added is not removed.

Mac OS
Applications to Show/Hide
Application list (1)

Displays all applications that appear in the Quick Menu.

When you select the checkboxes for applications, the selected applications will appear in the [Favorites] mode in the Quick Menu.

You can change the order in which they are displayed by drag and drop.

[Bring new application to the top] checkbox

If you select this checkbox, when you add a new application to the Quick Menu, the new application is added to the top of the application list in the Quick Menu. If you clear the checkbox, the new application is added to the bottom of the application list in the Quick Menu.

[Show Settings button automatically] checkbox

If you select this checkbox, Settings is displayed when you put the cursor over an icon for an application that the settings can be modified for.

Reset Display
[Reset] button

When you click this button, the order of applications in the Quick Menu and the show/hide settings in the [Favorites] mode in the Quick Menu return back to the default.

Note that the application that you added is not removed.