3 USEFUL FUNCTIONS
34 Changing Common Settings
Changing Common Settings
Common settings are scan settings applied equally to the “Scan to e-Filing,” “Scan to File or USB,” and “Scan to E-mail”
functions. The options frequently used in scanning are generally registered as the default common settings (
you can scan documents without changing the settings. If you want to change the settings for a particular job to suit your
preferences, press [COMMON SETTING] on the touch panel and select the desired settings. The COMMON SETTING
screen consists of 4 pages. Use and
to switch between them.
P.34 “Specifying color mode”
P.35 “Specifying resolution”
P.35 “Selecting original mode”
P.36 “Scanning 2-sided originals”
P.36 “Specifying original size”
P.37 “Changing orientation”
P.37 “Changing compression ratio”
P.38 “Removing blank pages”
P.39 “Erasing black frames around images”
P.40 “Adjusting exposure”
P.40 “Adjusting contrast”
P.40 “Adjusting background density”
P.41 “Adjusting sharpness”
P.41 “Adjusting color balance”
If you finish changing the desired settings, press [OK] to set your selections and continue the scan operation.
P.16 “Scan to File or USB”
P.22 “Scan to E-mail”
For instructions on how to store your scans with Scan to e-Filing, refer to the e-Filing Guide.
Specifying color mode
Select the color mode best suited to your scan job from the following options:
]—Select this option to scan images in black and white.
[GRAY SCALE]—Select this option to scan images containing both text and photos and when you want to enhance the
[FULL COLOR]—Select this option to scan color images.
[AUTO COLOR]—Select this option to scan monochrome images in black and white and color images in color by
automatically detecting the color type of each document page. The level for determining color or monochrome can be set
with the ACS Adjustment setting accessible from the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel. For details, refer to
the MFP Management Guide.