Scanning to a Computer
Scanning From the Operator Panel - Scan to Application
• Make sure that the printer is connected to the computer using the USB cable.
• You must use the Express Scan Manager on your computer to configure the output destination of the scanned image files.
• This service is supported both on the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
Load the top edge of document(s) with facing up into the ADF or place a single document facing down on the
document glass and close the document cover.
• "Making Copies From the ADF" on page130
• "Making Copies From the Document Glass" on page128
Press the (Services Home) button.
Select Scan To.
Configure the scanning settings as necessary.
A scanned image file is saved to the location you have specified.
• If the window to select the program appears on your computer, select Express Scan Manager-Ctype, and then click
• File type of scanned data varies depending on application on computer.
• "Express Scan Manager" on page43
Scanning From the Operator Panel - Scan to WSD (Web Services
If the printer is connected to a computer via network using Web Services on Devices (WSD), you can use the Scan
to WSD (Web Services on Devices) function to send scanned images to a computer.
• To use Scan to WSD (Web Services on Devices), you need to setup connection using Web Services on Devices (WSD).
• Web Services on Devices (WSD) is supported only on Windows Vista
, Windows Server
2008, Windows 7, Windows Server
2008 R2, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2.
Printer Setup for Scan to WSD (Web Services on Devices)
Setup the printer and computer for connection using Web Services on Devices (WSD).
•Checking the Printer Setting
To use the Scan to WSD (Web Services on Devices) function, WSD (Web Services on Devices) needs to be set to
Enable. For details, see "Protocols" on page 219.