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Title: Configuring OneTouch 4.0 Scan Buttons
Article ID: VIS1199
Updated: 8/10/2006
Operating Systems: Windows XP / 2000 / Me / 98
Scanner Models: Visioneer Flatbed: 9420
  Visioneer Strobe: XP300, XP220, XP200, XP100, RoadWarrior (RW120, PRW120)
  Visioneer ADF: XP470, XP450, PT430, PT680, PT780, 9450
  Xerox: X6400, DM250, DM252, DM262, DM262i, DM272, DM150, DM152, DM632, DM752
 
Symptom:
 
How do I configure my OneTouch 4.0 scanning buttons?
 
Solution:
 
The solution steps listed below are specific to the OneTouch 4.0 scanner driver. If you do not know which version of the OneTouch driver you have installed click here then click on "Run" to run a utility that will tell you the currently installed driver version. If the utility returns that you have OneTouch 3.0 installed please click VIS1100 - Configuring OneTouch 3.0 Scan Buttons.
 
Configuring your OneTouch 4.0 scanning software:

The information contained in this article goes through the basic information you need for how to configure your OneTouch buttons for scanning. It is recommended that you look to your user guide for detailed instructions on how to configure your scanner buttons.
  1. Left-click one time on the scanner icon.



  2. When the OneTouch Panel opens, right click on the button that you want to configure.



  3. The OneTouch 4.0 Properties window opens to the button you want to configure.



  4. From the OneTouch Properties window you can change your scanning Destination, Configuration and file Format.
    1. Select Destination - choose what application you want to open when you scan.
      • Destinations such as PaperPort and Storage simply take a scan of your document and places it on your computer in a designated folder.
      • Destinations such as Notepad, MS Word, WordPerfect, etc... are document editing programs. Choosing one of these destinations will scan and immediately change your document into editable text so that you can modify the text of the document.
      • Destinations such as Acrobat, Paint, PhotoShop, etc... are image editing programs. Choosing one of these destinations will scan and immediately open the selected destination so that you can modify your image (picture).
    2. Select Configuration - choose what you would like your scanned image to look like.
      • - this icon indicates the configuration is set to scan in Black & White. This means that any image you scan while this configuration is the one selected, is going to be in binary Black & White.
      • - this icon indicates the configuration is set to scan in Grey Scale. This means that any image you scan while this configration is the one selected, is going to be in shages of grey.
      • - this icon indicates the configuration is set to scan in Color. This means that any image you scan while this configruation is the one selected, is going to be in full color.
      • Clicking on the icon next to the configuration name will expand the details to let you see what the details of that configuration is.
      • As you can see from the example properties window above, you can create new configurations and set the preferences as needed for your document type.
    3. Select Formats and Pages - choose what you would like your file type to be when you scan.
      • In this section, you simply choose the file type that you want your scanned item to have when it is saved.
      • Please note that when you select a destination on the left, the available file formats will change based on the application you chose.
  5. After you have made the changes, click on "OK" to save the changes made to your OneTouch button.
  6. Now place your page in your scanner and left-click one time on the scanning button you change.
  7. Your scanner will scan the page and send the image file to the destination you selected, with the configuration that you set, and as the file format that you chose.

 

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