[Feed option] Window

The [Feed option] window appears when you click the [Option] button for [Feed] in the [Add new profile] window or the [Edit profiles] window. The scan setting items related to paper feeding can be specified in more detail.

This section explains the setting items which are available when a local folder or network folder is the save destination for scanned images. One of the local folders is a folder that is synchronized with a cloud service.

ATTENTION
  • You cannot scan documents with the ScanSnap while the [Feed option] window is displayed.

Feed mode

Select a feeding method for scanning documents.

  • Normal scan

    Scans documents which are loaded in the ADF paper chute (cover) on the ScanSnap at a time.

    Scanning is complete with a single scanning operation.

  • Continuous scan

    Scans documents continuously.

    Select this feeding method to scan a large amount of documents thicker than the amount that can be loaded in the ADF paper chute (cover) on the ScanSnap.

  • Manual scan

    Scans documents that are loaded one sheet at a time.

    Select this feeding method to scan documents that can be damaged quite easily such as photographs, documents with overlapped areas such as envelopes, or large documents (larger than A4/Letter size) folded in half.

Document type

Select the type of document to be scanned.

  • Select later

    Specify this option to select the document type after scanning is complete.

  • Flat

    Specify this option to scan documents other than books or magazines.

  • Double-page spread (Book/Magazine)

    Specify this option to scan books or magazines.

    Disables the setting for [Rotation] in the [Scan] tab in the [Detailed settings] window.

Save option for double-page spread documents

Select a page order when you scan books or magazines.

  • Save as single-page image

    Saves a double-page spread image as a single-page image.

  • Save as double-page spread image (left to right)

    Splits a double-page spread image to the left and right and saves the split images separately. The left page becomes the first page.

  • Save as double-page spread image (right to left)

    Splits a double-page spread image to the left and right and saves the split images separately. The right page becomes the first page.

Document size

Specify the size of documents to be scanned.

  • Automatic detection

  • A4 (210 × 297 mm)

  • A5 (148 × 210 mm)

  • A6 (105 × 148 mm)

  • B5 (182 × 257 mm)

  • B6 (128 × 182 mm)

  • Postcard (100 × 148 mm)

  • Business card (90 × 55 mm, 55 × 90 mm)

  • Letter (8.5 × 11 in., 216 × 279.4 mm)

  • Legal (8.5 × 14 in., 216 × 355.6 mm)

  • Automatic detection (Maximum)

  • Automatic detection (A4/Letter landscape)

  • A3L (420 × 297 mm)

  • A4L (297 × 210 mm)

  • A5L (210 × 148 mm)

  • A6L (148 × 105 mm)

  • B4L (364 × 257 mm)

  • B5L(JIS) (257 × 182 mm)

  • B6L(JIS) (182 × 128 mm)

  • PostcardL (148 × 100 mm)

  • Business card (90 × 55 mm)

  • LetterL (11 × 8.5 in., 279.4 × 216 mm)

  • 17 × 11 in. (431.8 × 279.4 mm)

  • LegalL (14 × 8.5 in., 355.6 × 216 mm)

[Customize] button

This is available when [Flat] is selected in [Document type].

The [Additional custom size settings] window appears when you click this button.

A single paper size of your choice can be specified. Change the document size and click the [OK] button to overwrite the settings.

[Carrier sheet] button

The [Carrier Sheet settings] window appears when you click this button.

The window is used to configure the settings such as the way in which a scanned image is saved and the size of the saved image when the Carrier Sheet or Photo Carrier Sheet is used to scan a document.

The window is used to configure the settings such as the way in which a scanned image is saved and the size of the saved image when the Carrier Sheet is used to scan a document.

Save as
  • one double-page spread image

    Use this option to scan a document larger than A4/Letter size such as Double Letter, A3, or B4, by folding the document in half. Both sides of the document are scanned into one image.

  • two separate images (front and back)

    Use this option to scan documents such as photos that you do not want to damage, or non-standard size documents such as clippings that are difficult to scan as they are with the ScanSnap.

Paper size

Select a paper size to output the scanned image from the following options.

  • When [one double-page spread image] is selected

    • Automatic selection

    • A3 (297 × 420 mm)

    • B4 (257 × 364 mm)

    • 11 ×17 in. (279.4 × 431.8 mm)

  • When [two separate images (front and back)] is selected

    • Automatic detection

    • Carrier Sheet size

[Merge both sides of an image] checkbox

Select this checkbox to automatically merge the front and back images into one image when a document larger than A4/Letter size folded in half is scanned. This is available only for the documents that satisfy the following conditions.

  • A3, B4, or double letter size documents with a double-page spread

  • Documents folded in half that have characters, a figure, or table on the fold line

    • When a merged image is created automatically

      When a Merged Image Is Created Automatically
    • When a merged image is not created automatically

      When a Merged Image Is Not Created Automatically
[Detect multiple documents] checkbox

This is available when you select the following:

  • [Select later] or [Flat] is selected in [Document type].

  • [Automatic detection (Maximum)] or [Automatic detection (A4/Letter landscape)] is selected in [Document size].

When multiple (up to 10) documents are placed and scanned at once, the documents are detected and the scanned images are cropped automatically.

[Check the image to be saved after scanning] checkbox

This is available when you select the following:

  • Select [Flat] or [Double-page spread (Book/Magazine)] for [Document type]

  • Select [Automatic detection (Maximum)] or [Automatic detection (A4/Letter landscape)] for [Document size]

When you select this checkbox, a window for checking the image to be saved is displayed after you scan a document.

  • When [Flat] is selected

    The [ScanSnap Home - View cropped images] window appears.

  • When [Double-page spread (Book/Magazine)] is selected

    The [ScanSnap Home - Book Image Viewer] window appears.

[Reduce fluorescent lamp flicker] checkbox

Reduces the effects of ambient light.

However, the scanning speed is also reduced.

[Thicken color images] checkbox

This is available when [Color] is selected for [Color mode] in the scan settings.

When you select this checkbox, scanned images are output in darker colors than the actual documents because color correction is not performed.

Select this checkbox if scanned images are faded or come out white.

[Notify when glossy paper is detected.] checkbox

When you select this checkbox, a notification is sent when a glossy paper (a paper that reflects strong light) is detected.

[Specify the waiting time to start scanning after pressing the [Scan] button] checkbox

Specifies a time period between the time you press the [Scan] button on the ScanSnap and the time the ScanSnap starts scanning a document.

When you clear this checkbox, the value in seconds is set to "0".

Waiting time

Specifies the time period between the time you press the [Scan] button on the ScanSnap and the time the ScanSnap starts scanning a document.

Any time period between 1 and 10 seconds can be specified.

[Configure settings for starting the next scan] checkbox

When you select this checkbox, you can configure settings for starting the next scan when you scan documents continuously.

When you clear this checkbox, perform one of the following operations to scan documents continuously.

  • Press the [Scan] button on the ScanSnap

  • In the window of ScanSnap Home, where "Load the next document." is displayed, click the [Continue Scanning] button

Condition
  • Timed interval (Timed mode)

    After the ScanSnap becomes ready for scanning and a specified time interval passes, the next scan starts automatically.

  • Page turning detection mode

    When you turn the page of a book or magazine, the next scan starts automatically.

Scan interval

Specifies a time period between the time the ScanSnap becomes ready for scanning and the time the next scan starts in the case of continuous scanning of documents.

Any time period between 0 and 10 seconds can be specified.

[Correct skewed text] checkbox

When the checkbox is selected and the type of a document selected in [Type] is scanned, the horizontally skewed text, lines, or graphics in the scanned image are automatically corrected.

Type
Windows
  • Flat

    Corrects the following scanned images:

    • An image of a document that is scanned with a profile where [Flat] is selected for [Document type]

    • An image that is saved by selecting [Crop and save flat document images as-is] in the [ScanSnap Home - Image scanning and file saving] window that appears after a scan

  • Double-page spread

    Corrects the following scanned images:

    • An image of a document that is scanned with a profile where [Double-page spread (Book/Magazine)] is selected for [Document type]

    • An image that is saved by selecting [Correct and save double-page spread document images (book/magazine)] in the [ScanSnap Home - Image scanning and file saving] window that appears after a scan

  • Both

    Corrects all of the scanned images.

Mac OS
  • Flat

    Corrects the following scanned images:

    • An image of a document that is scanned with a profile where [Flat] is selected for [Document type]

    • An image that is saved by selecting [Flat] in the [ScanSnap Home - Image scanning and file saving] window that appears after a scan

  • Double-page spread

    Corrects the following scanned images:

    • An image of a document that is scanned with a profile where [Double-page spread (Book/Magazine)] is selected for [Document type]

    • An image that is saved by selecting [Correct and save double-page spread document images (book/magazine)] in the [ScanSnap Home - Image scanning and file saving] window that appears after a scan

  • Both

    Corrects all of the scanned images.

 

Multifeed detection

Multifeed refers to an error where more than one sheet is fed into the scanner at once.

Select a multifeed detection method.

Windows
  • None

    Does not detect multifeed.

  • Check length

    Detects multifeeds by the length of the document.

    If the document is longer than the previous document, this difference is determined as an anomaly, and treated as a multifeed error.

  • Check overlapping [Ultrasonic]

    Detects multifeeds by sensing the overlapping of documents.

Mac OS
  • Never

    Does not detect multifeed.

  • Check length

    Detects multifeeds by the length of the document.

    If the document is longer than the previous document, this difference is determined as an anomaly, and treated as a multifeed error.

  • Check overlapping [Ultrasonic]

    Detects multifeeds by sensing the overlapping of documents.

 

[Merge both sides of an image] checkbox

Select this checkbox to automatically merge the front and back images into one image when a document larger than A4/Letter size folded in half is scanned. This is available only for the documents that satisfy the following conditions.

  • A3, B4, or double letter size documents with a double-page spread

  • Documents folded in half that have characters, a figure, or table on the fold line

    • When a merged image is created automatically

      When a Merged Image Is Created Automatically
    • When a merged image is not created automatically

      When a Merged Image Is Not Created Automatically
[Reduce vertical streaks] checkbox

Select this checkbox to reduce vertical streaks that are not on the document, but that appear in a scanned image.

[OK] button

Applies the configured settings and closes the window.

[Cancel] button

Cancels the configured settings and closes the window.