EPSON

Scanning in Office Mode

When you start Epson Scan for the first time, it runs in Office Mode and displays the Epson Scan Office Mode window.
If you want to scan your documents by placing them on the document table, see Scanning in Office Mode Using the Document Table for instructions.
If you want to scan your documents by loading them in the ADF, see Scanning in Office Mode Using the ADF for instructions.

Scanning in Office Mode Using the Document Table

Place the original(s) on the document table. See Placing Documents or Photos for instructions.
Start Epson Scan. See Starting Epson Scan for instructions.
Select Office Mode in the Mode list. See Changing the Scan Mode for instructions.
Select Color, Grayscale, or Black&White as the Image Type setting.
Note:
If you select Grayscale or Black&White, you can also select an Image Option setting, as described below.
Image Option Setting
Description
None
No Image Option setting is applied.
Dropout: Red
Drops out red from the scan.
Dropout: Green
Drops out green from the scan.
Dropout: Blue
Drops out blue from the scan.
Color Enhance: Red
Enhances red in the scan.
Color Enhance: Green
Enhances green in the scan.
Color Enhance: Blue
Enhances blue in the scan.
Select one of these settings as the Document Source setting.
Auto Detect: This setting automatically determines whether to load your document from the ADF or scan it from the document table.
Document Table: Select this setting when you place your document on the document table.
Select the size of your original document as the Size setting.
Click the arrow to open the Resolution list and select an appropriate resolution for your original. See Selecting the Scan Resolution for instructions.
Click Preview to preview your image. The Preview window appears and displays your image. See Previewing and Adjusting the Scan Area for instructions.
Modify the image quality if necessary. See Adjusting the Color and Other Image Settings for instructions.
Click Scan.
What happens next depends on how you started your scan. See Finishing the Scan for instructions.

Scanning in Office Mode Using the ADF

Load the first page of your documents in the ADF. See Loading Documents in the Automatic Document Feeder for instructions.
Start Epson Scan. See Starting Epson Scan for instructions.
Select Office Mode in the Mode list. See Changing the Scan Mode for instructions.
Select Color, Grayscale, or Black&White as the Image Type setting.
Note:
If you select Grayscale or Black&White, you can also select an Image Option setting, as described below.
Image Option Setting
Description
None
No Image Option setting is applied.
Dropout: Red
Drops out red from the scan.
Dropout: Green
Drops out green from the scan.
Dropout: Blue
Drops out blue from the scan.
Color Enhance: Red
Enhances red in the scan.
Color Enhance: Green
Enhances green in the scan.
Color Enhance: Blue
Enhances blue in the scan.
Select one of these settings as the Document Source setting.
Auto Detect: This setting automatically determines whether to load your document from the ADF or scan it from the document table.
ADF: Select this setting when you use the ADF to load your documents.
Select the size of your original document as the Size setting.
Click the arrow to open the Resolution list and select an appropriate resolution for your original. See Selecting the Scan Resolution for instructions.
Click Preview to preview your image(s). The ADF loads your first document page, then Epson Scan prescans it and displays it in the Preview window. The ADF then ejects your first page.
If necessary, you can draw a marquee (a line marking the scan area) around the portion of your document page that you want to scan in the Preview window. See Creating a Marquee on a Preview Image for instructions.
Modify the image quality if necessary. See Adjusting the Color and Other Image Settings for instructions.
Place your first document page on top of the rest of the pages, then load the entire document (up to 40 pages) into the ADF.
Click Scan.
Note:
If you need to stop scanning, press the Cancel button on the scanner. Your document pages will remain in the ADF. See Pages Remain in the Automatic Document Feeder for instructions on removing the pages.
What happens next depends on how you started your scan. See Finishing the Scan for instructions.
If you have problems while scanning using the ADF, see Automatic Document Feeder Problems.