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  • Page 1

    Color Graphics Scanner User’s Guide[...]

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    2 Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduc ed, stored in [...]

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    3 Contents WELCOME 7 About Your Scanner 7 Getting More Information 8 Warnings, Cautions, Note[...]

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    4 Contents Enhancing Image Quality 33 Using Color Restoration 33 Using Unsharp Mask 34 Usi[...]

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    Contents 5 Chapter 4 MAINTENANCE 67 Transporting the Scanner 67 Cleaning the Scanner 68 Ch[...]

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    6 Contents[...]

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    7 Welcome The Epson Expression ® 10000XL is a 48-bit color, professional scanner designed to meet[...]

  • Page 8

    8 Welcome Getting More Information There are several ways to learn more ab out your Epson Expres si[...]

  • Page 9

    Welcome 9 Viewing Your Electronic Reference Guide To view the electronic Reference Guide , you must[...]

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    10 Welcome[...]

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    11 Chapter 1 Scanning Basics This chapter gives you step-by -step instructions for usin g EPSON Scan[...]

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    12 Scanning Basics 2. Close the document cover, being careful not to move the document. Tip: If t[...]

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    Scanning Basics 13 If you have faded photos, you can restor e their color using Color Restoration.[...]

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    14 Scanning Basics The EPSON Scan dialog box opens. 3. Choose a mode from the Mode list at the to[...]

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    Scanning Basics 15 8. Click Scan . 9. When scanning completes, click Close to exit EPSON Scan [...]

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    16 Scanning Basics Selecting the Scanning Area There are three ways to select the scanning area: ?[...]

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    Scanning Basics 17 Moving and Resizing Marquees Once you’ve created a marquee, you can move and [...]

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    18 Scanning Basics Working With Multiple Marquees In the Normal preview screen (shown below), you c[...]

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    Scanning Basics 19 Scanning a Photo With Adobe Photoshop Elements Adobe Photoshop Elements (inclu[...]

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    20 Scanning Basics 8. Choose a Destination setting: ■ Printer if you’re printing the image ?[...]

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    Scanning Basics 21 Creating Editable Text With ABBYY FineReader Sprint The ABBYY FineReader Sprin[...]

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    22 Scanning Basics You see the EPSON Scan dialog box: 4. Choose Office Mode from the Mode list at[...]

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    Scanning Basics 23 11. When your document finishes scanning, close EPSON Scan to view it in ABBYY [...]

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    24 Scanning Basics You see the EPSON Scan dialog box: 3. Select Professional Mode from the Mode [...]

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    Scanning Basics 25 6. Choose a resolution setting ( 50 to 12800 dpi). See page 30 for guideline[...]

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    26 Scanning Basics Image Adjustment – Cli ck this button to adjust the color balance, saturation[...]

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    Scanning Basics 27 Scanning to a File With EPSON Scan To speed up your workflow, you can use EPSON[...]

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    28 Scanning Basics 4. Click Scan . You see this screen: 5. Select the location where you want to[...]

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    29 Chapter 2 Getting the Most From Your Scanner This chapter gives you information about improving [...]

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    30 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Selecting a Suitable Resolution Resolution refers to how many[...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 31 Getting Color Accuracy If the colors in your scanned image d[...]

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    32 Getting the Most From Your Scanner 4. Unless you’re using a specialized color space for your [...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 33 Enhancing Image Quality EPSON Scan includes variou s adjustm[...]

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    34 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Using Unsharp Mask If you have photographic images that lo o[...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 35 Using Descreening If you’re scanning printed materials, s[...]

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    36 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Using Backlight Correction If you have photographic images th[...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 37 Using Dust Removal You can use the Dust Removal feature to d[...]

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    38 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Using Grain R eduction You can use the Grain Reduction featur[...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 39 Batch Scanning Photos and Film If you’re working with phot[...]

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    40 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Previewing Your Images in Thumbnail Mode When scanning multip[...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 41 4. Click and drag within each image to select just the area[...]

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    42 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Scanning With the a Start Button The a Start button opens E[...]

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    Getting the Most From Your Scanner 43 4. Click the Events tab. You see this window. 5. Make su[...]

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    44 Getting the Most From Your Scanner Windows 2000 For Windows 2000, follow these steps to set up t[...]

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    45 Chapter 3 Using Optional Equipment There are three options available for the Epson Expression 100[...]

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    46 Using Optional Equipment Transparency Unit The transparency unit (B12B813362) lets yo u scan tra[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 47 Installing the Transparency Unit 1. Make sure the scanner is turned [...]

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    48 Using Optional Equipment 5. Close the transparency unit. 6. Connect the transparency unit cabl[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 49 6. Place the transparency guide at the back edge of the document gl[...]

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    50 Using Optional Equipment 2. Make sure the transparency guide is in place at the back edge of t[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 51 Scanning Your Film You can scan your film in either Home Mode or Prof[...]

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    52 Using Optional Equipment ■ Color Smoothing to reduce color variations without lessening sharpn[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 53 10. Use these Adjustment settings (on the main screen) to modify your[...]

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    54 Using Optional Equipment 13. When scanning completes, click Close to exit EPSON Scan and view [...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 55 Automatic Document Feeder The optional automatic document f eeder (B8[...]

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    56 Using Optional Equipment Installing the Automatic Document Feeder Note: The automatic document f[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 57 5. Mount the ADF on the installation screws, as shown. Warning: The[...]

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    58 Using Optional Equipment Loading Pages in the Automatic Document Feeder The ADF can hold up to 1[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 59 Follow these steps to load a document: 1. Arrange the pages of your [...]

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    60 Using Optional Equipment Scanning Your Document You can scan your document in either Office Mode[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 61 Clearing Paper Jams If a paper jam occurs, follow these steps to clea[...]

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    62 Using Optional Equipment 3. If pages jammed while ejecting, open the cover on the right and re[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 63 Network Image Express Interface Card This section explains how to ins[...]

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    64 Using Optional Equipment 4. Plug in the scanner and reconnect its cables. 5. Initialize the ca[...]

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    Using Optional Equipme nt 65 Setting Up EPSON Scan Follow these steps to use the EPSON Scan Settin[...]

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    66 Using Optional Equipment 5. Click Test to check the connection. If everything works properly,[...]

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    67 Chapter 4 Maintenance To protect your scanner and ensure that it continues to oper ate well, foll[...]

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    68 Maintenance Cleaning the Scanner To keep your scanner operating at its best, clean it periodical[...]

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    69 Chapter 5 Solving Problems This chapter gives you the basics for diagnosing and solving problems.[...]

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    70 Solving Probl ems Checking the Status Lights You can diagnose some problems by checkin g the sca[...]

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    Solving Problems 71 Problems and Solutions Here are some troubleshooting tips if you’re having t[...]

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    72 Solving Probl ems The scanner doesn’t scan your image. ■ Make sure the scanner is ready to [...]

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    Solving Problems 73 Software Problems Some of the bonus software that came with your scanner does[...]

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    74 Solving Probl ems The file size is too big. Select a lower resolution (dpi), or scan only part[...]

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    Solving Problems 75 Your scanned image is out of focus. ■ Check the position and condition of y[...]

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    76 Solving Probl ems ■ Try using the Thumbnail preview screen to scan your image (see page 15).[...]

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    Solving Problems 77 Uninstalling Your Scanner Software If you need to uninstall EPSON Scan, foll o[...]

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    78 Solving Probl ems 6. After the initial screen, click Accept . You see this screen: 7. Select [...]

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    Solving Problems 79 Where To Get Help If you are having problems with your scan ner, see the conta[...]

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    80 Solving Probl ems Purchase Supplies and Accessories You can purchase supplies and accessories fr[...]

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    81 Appendix A Specifications Scanner General Scanner type Flatbed, color Photoelectric device Color [...]

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    82 Specifications Gamma correction 2 types for CRT display 3 types for printer 1 type user-d efined[...]

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    Specifications 83 Encoding/decoding DS-Link Logic level 3.3 V Compatible connectors IEEE 1394-1995 [...]

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    84 Specifications[...]

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    85 Appendix B Requirements and Notices System Requirements The minimum system requirements to run th[...]

  • Page 86

    86 Requirements and Notices Macintosh ■ Macintosh PowerPC ® or Intel ® Core ™ processor (5[...]

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    Requirements a nd Notices 87 ■ If you use an extension cord, make sure the tota l ampere ratin[...]

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    88 Requirements and Notices FCC Compliance Statement For United States Users This equipment has bee[...]

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    Requirements a nd Notices 89 E NERGY S TAR Compliance This product conforms to the new E NERGY[...]

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    90 Requirements and Notices maintained or fail to function pr operly as a result of misuse, abus e,[...]

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    91 Index A ABBYY FineR eader Spri nt manuals, 8 technical support, 80 using, 21 to 23 Accessories, 4[...]

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    92 Index Epson accessories, 45, 80 help, 79 to 80 EPSON Scan Home Mode, 12, 19 to 20 Office Mode, [...]

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    Index 93 M Macintosh system requirements, 86 Maintenance, 67 to 68 Manuals, 8 to 9 Marquees adjust[...]

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    94 Index Resolution choosing, 25, 30, 52, 72 maximum, 81 Restoring faded color, 33 Rotating image, [...]

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    Index 95 U Uninstalling software, 77 to 78 Unpacking automatic document feeder, 55 transparency u n[...]

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    96 Index[...]