Rotating a Page 90 or 180 Degrees

Windows

In the ScanSnap Home viewer window, rotate pages of which the page orientation was incorrectly recognized when documents are scanned with the ScanSnap, or rotate pages of your choice.

  1. Display the ScanSnap Home viewer window.

    If you displayed the viewer window from the [Scan to Folder] Window, the [Scan to Email] Window, or the [Scan to Print] window, go to step 2.

    1. Display the Main Window of ScanSnap Home.

      For details, refer to To Display the Main Window.

    2. In the Content Data Record List View, select a content data record with a multi-page image containing pages that you want to rotate.
    3. Select [Open with ScanSnap Home Viewer] in the menu that appears when you right-click the content data record.
  2. Display the Main Window of ScanSnap Home.

    For details, refer to To Display the Main Window.

  3. In the Content Data Record List View, select a content data record with a multi-page image containing pages that you want to rotate.
  4. Select [Open with ScanSnap Home Viewer] in the menu that appears when you right-click the content data record to display the viewer window.
  5. Select a page to be rotated.

    When the view mode for the viewer window is [Show all] or [Show Pages Panel], you can rotate multiple pages all together.

    To switch the view mode, click [Switch View] on the [Home] tab to display the submenu and select the view mode that you want to switch to from the submenu.

    When you rotate multiple pages, select the pages while holding down the [Ctrl] key or [Shift] key.

  6. On the [Edit] tab, click Rotate 90° CCW, Rotate 180°, or Rotate 90° CW to rotate the page.
  7. Save the scanned image that you edited.
    • When the viewer window is displayed from the main window

      Click the [File] tab and select [Save] or [Save as] from the file menu.

    • When the viewer window is displayed from the [Scan to Folder] window, the [Scan to Email] window, or the [Scan to Print] window

      Click the [File] tab and select [Save all to finish] from the file menu.

  8. Click the [File] tab and select [Save] or [Save as] from the file menu.

An image with the page rotated is saved.

Mac OS

Images can be edited with Preview.

For details, refer to the Preview Help.