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You can scan documents at all our multifunction printers and at our two scanning workstations. There is no charge for scanning and saving or emailing a document.

Scan to email at printers

  1. Place the document face up on the feeder on the top of the printer. Alternatively, non-standard or single-page documents can be placed on the glass scanning bed.
  2. On the Photocopier's main touch screen select "All Services".
  3. Select "E-mail".
  4. Select "New Recipient".
  5. Enter your e-mail address and/or the e-mail addresses of recipients and select "+Add".
  6. Select "Close".
  7. Set your scan options (single-sided, double-sided, colour, black and white, etc.)
  8. Press the green Start button on the photocopier.
  9. Press the yellow Clear All button on the photocopier to remove the list of recipients.

Don't forget to retrieve your documents from the printer.

Scanning using Adobe Photoshop

The library has 2 scanning stations, located across from the Information Desk. To scan an image or capture non-editable text:

  1. Place image face down in bottom right-hand corner of the scanner.
  2. Open Adobe Master Suite from a shortcut on the desktop.
  3. Select Adobe Photoshop CS6.
  4. Click File > Import > WIA Support.
  5. Ensure Hp Scanjet 8200 series is highlighted and click OK.
  6. Select an option for the picture type and click on Preview.
  7. If the document is selected correctly click Scan.
  8. To save, click File > Save As.
  9. In the Save As dialogue box, select the appropriate drive to save your work.
  10. Type in a name for your file.
  11. Select a file format from the drop-down menu, recommended formats are::
    Graphics: Select JPEG.
    Text: Select Photoshop PDF.
  12. Click Save.
  13. An Options box may open. Adjust as necessary and click OK.

Don't forget to retrieve your documents from the scanner.

Combine a multipart document into a single PDF

This process requires Adobe Acrobat Professional. You can access this program at either of the library's scanner stations or by borrowing a laptop at the Information Desk. To combine a multipart document into a single PDF:

  1. Open Adobe Acrobat Pro.
  2. Click "Combine files into PDF".
  3. Drag and drop files in the order you want them to appear.
  4. Click "Combine files".
  5. Click File > Save as.
  6. In the Save As dialogue box, select the appropriate location to save your work.
  7. Type in a name for your file.
  8. Click "Save".

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