Scanning - Windows

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Using Adobe Acrobat X Pro

  1. Place your document face down in the scanner, aligning the top-right corner of the document with the arrow.
  2. Select the Start Menu and search for “Adobe Acrobat X Pro.”
  3. In the upper left-hand corner, select the Create menu, highlight PDF from Scanner and select your color mode from the dropdown menu.
  4. A dialogue box will open up prompting you to select a device. From the Scanner dropdown menu select Epson Perfection V33/V330.
  5. If you are scanning multiple pages, check the box next to “Prompt for scanning more pages.”
  6. When finished, select “Scan is complete” and save your file.

Using Windows 10 Scanning

  1. Place your document in the scanner, aligning it with the arrow in the bottom right hand corner.
  2. Select the Windows icon (start menu).
  3. Open Devices and Printers from the right-hand list.
  4. Right click on the “EPSON Perfection V33/V330” icon and select Start Scan.
  5. Modify Profile (document type), Color format, File type, Resolution, and change image quality (Brightness/Contrast) to fit your needs. Select Preview to view any changes.
  6. When ready, select Scan. Images automatically save to the pictures folder, accessible by selecting the Start Menu, navigating to My Computer and choosing Pictures from the left-hand menu.

At what resolution should I scan?

Set the scan resolution at double what your final image’s resolution will be.

Image type final resolution scan resolution
web image 72 150
image for print 300 600

Small images: If you are going to be enlarging a small image the higher your resolution the better the enlarged image will look. Experiment to get the best results!

Scanning text for PDFs

See the Accessible PDF article.