http //ij.start.canon for mac and Windows
http //ij.start.canon for mac and Windows– To scan a digital version of a physical document into your computer using a Canon printer. You can do this on any Windows or MAC computer you own.
Preparing to scan
- Make sure that your Canon printer can scan.
- Connect your printer to your computer. Most Canon printers that can scan will also be able to connect wirelessly via the touch screen panel, but you may need to connect the printer to your computer via a USB cable.
- Turn on the printer if necessary. Press the “On” button on the printer. If the printer doesn’t turn on, make sure the printer is connected to a working power source.
- Open the scanner. Lift the scanner cover so you can see the bottom of the scanner glass. If your Canon printer has an all-in-one paper feeder, then insert your document into the tray instead. And then you can see the symbol in the tray to see how to insert paper. Consult your Canon User Guide If you can’t figure out how to use the built-in scanner.
- Place your document face down on the scanner. You will see a sign next to the glass base; This usually shows how the document should be oriented on the scanner.
- Close the scanner cover. Make sure that it is firmly closed before you scan your document.
Scanning on Windows
- Please Open the start image titled Windowsstart. Png.
- Click the Windows logo
- Type Windows Fax and Scan to Start. Doing so will look for the Windows Fax and Scan application.
- Click Windows Fax and Scan. It’s at the top of the Start window. The fax and Scan application opens.
- Click New Scan. It is on the top left side of the Fax and Scan window. Clicking it opens a new window.
- Make sure your scanner is correct. You’ll see the word “Canon ” and your printer’s model number. If you see something else on this page, click Change… and select your Canon printer.
- Select a document type. Click the “Profile ” drop-down box, then choose a document type (e.g., photo) In the drop-down box.
- Specify the color of your document. Click the “Color format” drop-down box, then choose a color or black and white. And there is a possibility that your scanner may have additional (or limited) options for color formatting, please check to make sure.
- Select a file type. Click the drop-down box “file type “, then click the file type (for example, PDF or JPG) that you want to use to save the scanned document on your computer.
- Change other options on the page. Depending on the scanner, you may have other options (e.g., “Resolution “) that you can change before you scan your document.
- Click Preview. It’s at the bottom of the window. Doing so will preview your document in the scanner. If your document appears twisted, uneven, or chopped, you can customize the document in your scanner and then click Preview again to see if your customizations fix the problem.
- Click Scan. It’s at the bottom of the window. Your document will start scanning to your computer. To find the scanned files later, please do as follows:
- Open the start image titled Windowsstart. Png
- Open the image Explorer file titled Windowsstartexplorer. Png
- Please click the document on the left side of the window.
- And then double-click the scanned Documents folder.
Scan on Mac
- Go to the Apple Image menu titled Macapple1. Png.
- Click System Preferences
- Click the printer & scanner. This printer-shaped icon is located on the right side of the System Preferences window.
- Select your Canon printer. Click the “Canon ” option on the top left side of the window.
- Click the Scan tab. It’s at the top of the window.
- Click Open Scanner
- Click Show Details. It’s on the right bottom side of the window.
- Select a file type. Click the “Format ” drop-down box, then click the file type (e.g., PDF or JPEG) that you want to use to save your file.
- Specify a color. Click the “Type ” drop-down box at the top of the page, then choose a color option (e.g., black and white).
- Select a storage location. Click the drop-down box “Save to “, then click the folder where you want to save the scanned documents .
- Change other options on the page. Depending on the type of file you are scanning, you may want to change the value of “Resolution ” or “orientation ” values here.
- Click Scan. Your document will start scanning to your computer. Once you’re done, you’ll be able to find it in the selected storage location.