Importing from a scanner


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Importing from a scanner

Snow Leopard includes greatly improved support for scanners connected directly to your Mac or on your local network, and this functionality is now built directly into Preview. You can now easily scan documents and photos directly into Preview and save them as PDFs or other file types, saving you the hassle of having to use third-party software or install additional drivers. Snow Leopard can recognize and run many of the most popular scanners on the market. To import a document into Preview from your scanner, choose File > Import from Scanner. Now the first time you do this you might only see the option that says Include Networked Devices.

I don't have a scanner connected directly to my Mac, but I do have one on my network so I am going to choose Include Networked Devices. Now when I go to File > Import from Scanner, Preview has detected the scanner on my network, the Photosmart C5100 series. I will select that. The Scan window opens up and I get this message saying, 'Press &q...

Importing from a scanner
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Importing from a scanner provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard New Features

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