For the Canon scanner at ITC 22 station.
1. Turn on the scanner. The blue light should be on.
2. Open the CanoScan Toolbox X application from the Dock.
3. The CanoScan Toolbox will appear.
Click Scan-1 with the Photoshop icon to scan as an image.
Click PDF to scan as a PDF.
Click Print to print the document.
Use the scanner connected to ITC 22 station.
Step 1. scanning the documents.
Scan the document as an image. See the instructions above.
Step 2. Using OCR software
1. Open the program Readiris from the Dock.
2. Click Open and select the scanned document in Step 1.
3. Select the language in which your documents are written.
4. You can de-skew the page if necessary by clicking on the 5th button from the left on the top of the screen.
5. Click the 2nd button (Select Zones from the left and select Draw Text Zones).
6. Select the text zone with the cursor.
7. Click Recognize on the left.
8. Select the location where you want to save the file. It will be saved
as Rich Text Format (.rtf).
Step 3 Editing in Microsoft Word
9. Open the Rich Text Format file you saved in Step 2 in Microsoft Word.
10. Edit the text
• Change the font -- eg. Osaka for Japanese
• Font size
• Line Spacing ( Format > Paragraph > Line Spacing)
11. Save the document as Word Document
Use the ITC 22 station attached to the Cannon scanner.
1. Ask the ITC Student Assistant for a scanner negative holder that fits your size negatives.
2. Open the clips on the holder and insert your film so that the bottom side (the less-shiny side) is facing upward, and the right side of each negative strip slides underneath the teeth on the right side of the holder.
3. Open the scanner and unhook the white section inside the scanner’s lid.
4. Dust off the inside of the scanner and your negatives.
5. Insert the negative holder into the scanner and close the lid.
6. Turn on the scanner. The blue light should be on.
7. Open the CanoScan Toolbox X application from the Dock.
8. Click the Scan-1 button.
9. In Scan Settings, set the Select Source option to Film and the Scan Mode to Display thumbnails. Select the image quality you prefer (The higher the dpi, the higher the quality of the pictures and the longer it takes to scan.)
10. In Save Scanned Image, select the type of file you want save the scanned photos as. (TIFF is the highest quality and takes up the most memory.)
11. In External Program, make sure Adobe Photoshop CS3 is set. If not, click Set… and select Adobe Photoshop CS3.
12. Click Scan.
13. After the short pre-scan, you will be able to select the photos you wish to scan.
14. Select the photos, then click Next. The photos will take a while to scan.
15. When the Scanned Image window opens after the scan is complete, click the Forward button.
The scanned images will open in Adobe Photoshop. Make any changes, then save each picture.