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Color OneScanner
User’s Manual for the Color OneScanner 600/27 and 1200/30


K Apple Computer, Inc. ©1996 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Apple. Your rights to the software are governed by the accompanying software license agreement. The Apple logo is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Use of the “keyboard” Apple logo (Option-Shift-K) for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of Apple may


Contents Communications Regulation Information vii 1Welcome 1 System requirements 2 What you need to know 2 In this manual 3 In the appendixes 4 2Setting Up the Scanner 5 Unpacking the scanner and accessory kit 6 Choosing a SCSI cable 6 Choosing the right location 8 Carrying the scanner 9 Apple Color OneScanner at a glance 10 Locking and unlocking the scanner 11 Setting the SCSI ID number and termination 12 Connecting the scan


3Installing the Scanner Software 19 About the disks 19 Installing the scanner software 20 Installing the plug-in module for use by other applications 22 Assigning the Xerox TextBridge 3.0H application to the Dispatcher 23 Setting up ColorSync 25 Installing Kai’s Power Tools and Convolver 26 Where to go from here 26 4Scanning Images 27 What you can scan 28 Preparing originals 28 Removing and replacing the scanner cover 31 Opening the One


5Editing Scanned Images 61 Opening a saved image 62 Image-editing overview 64 Showing and hiding the palettes 65 Selecting images 66 Using the tools to edit an image 68 Copying, cutting, or deleting a selection 75 Undoing an action 76 Zooming in and out 76 Inverting an image from positive to negative 77 Adjusting the brightness and contrast 78 Changing the color balance 79 Sharpening an image 80 Resizing an image 82 Cropping a


8Scanner Maintenance 111 Cleaning the scanner 111 9Using the Automatic Document Feeder 113 Setting up the Automatic Document Feeder 113 Automatic Document Feeder at a glance 116 Choosing originals to scan 117 Scanning with the document feeder 118 Bypassing the document feeder 121 Clearing paper jams 122 Maintenance 129 10 Using the Transparent Media Adapter 137 Setting up the Transparent Media Adapter 137 Handling film 141 Insertin


Communications regulation information FCC statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC rules. See instructions if interference to radio or television reception is suspected. Radio and television interference The equipment described in this manual generates, uses, and can radiate radio-frequency energy. If it is not installed and used properly—that is, in strict accordance with App


DOC statement DOC Class B Compliance This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus,” ICES-003 of the Department of Communications. Observation des normes—Classe B Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur : “Appareils Numé


1 Welcome Welcome to the Apple Color OneScanner. With the Color OneScanner and the Apple OneScanner Dispatcher application program, you can m scan an image or document and save it in a format you can use with compatible graphics and page-layout applications m print or fax saved images using convenient drag-and-drop icons m retrieve saved images using thumbnail-view archives m use the Apple Color OneScanner plug-in module to scan directly into ™ applications compatible with Adobe Photoshop plug-i


System requirements The Apple Color OneScanner works with Macintosh computers with the following configurations: m System software version 7.5 or later m 68030 or later processor Scanning and scanned images require significant space on your computer and significant free space on a hard disk. m You need at least 12 megabytes (MB) of random-access memory (RAM). The OneScanner Dispatcher software requires at least 3 MB of free RAM. The TextBridge OCR software requires at least 4 MB of RAM. If you


In this manual This manual provides step-by-step instructions and reference information for the Apple Color OneScanner and the OneScanner Dispatcher application. Chapter Title Provides information about. . . 1 Welcome This manual and system requirements 2 Setting Up the Scanner Assembling and connecting the scanner to your Macintosh computer 3 Installing the Scanner Installing the OneScanner Dispatcher application and related software Software 4 Scanning Images Using the scanner and the OneSca


In the appendixes The appendixes provide supplementary information about the Apple Color OneScanner. Appendix Title Provides information about. . . A Technical Specifications Technical features of the Apple Color OneScanner B Troubleshooting Diagnosing and correcting problems C Assembling a SCSI Chain Connecting the scanner and other SCSI devices 4 Chapter 1


2 Setting Up the Scanner This chapter shows you how to set up the Apple Color OneScanner. You’ll find instructions for m unpacking, carrying, and placing the scanner m connecting the scanner to a Macintosh computer m plugging in the scanner and switching it on m safely using your scanner 5


Unpacking the scanner and accessory kit Make sure you have the items shown here. Color OneScanner Power cord Color OneScanner User’s Manual Quick Start card for OneScanner Color OneScanner software Dispatcher software You may have received additional third-party software with your scanner. Choosing a SCSI cable The Apple Color OneScanner connects to your Macintosh through a Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) cable (pronounced “SKUH-zee”). This cable provides for high-speed communication bet


To connect the scanner directly to the Macintosh To connect the scanner directly to your Macintosh computer, you need a SCSI system cable. SCSI system cable (one end is smaller than the other) To connect the scanner at the end of a SCSI chain If you already have an external SCSI device (such as a SCSI hard disk drive) attached to your Macintosh computer, Apple recommends that you connect the scanner at the end of the SCSI chain. To make this connection, you need a SCSI peripheral cable. SCSI pe


Choosing the right location Before you set up the scanner, choose a work area that’s convenient for you and that meets the physical requirements of the scanner: m a level, stable surface, such as a desk or table m a grounded three-pin power outlet m space around the scanner for easy access to the on/off switch Allow clearance above the scanner so Allow enough space the top cover opens easily. at the back of the scanner for the power cord and Leave enough room to place SCSI connectors. large orig


Safety precautions m Don’t place the scanner where anyone can walk on the power cord, and do not allow anything to rest on the cord. If you must use an extension cord, be sure the total length of the power cord plus the extension cord is not greater than 16.5 feet (5 meters). m Keep the scanner away from equipment that might cause electromagnetic or radio frequency interference, such as radio transmitters, cordless telephone base units, television sets, copy machines, and heating and air-condit


Apple Color OneScanner at a glance Now that you’ve unpacked the scanner and accessory kit and found a good location, take a moment to identify the most important parts of your new Apple Color OneScanner. Scanner cover Power on light SCSI connector (small) SCSI connector (large) On/off switch SCSI ID and Power cord socket termination selector Capped connector for Automatic Document Feeder or Transparent Media Adapter 10 Chapter 2


Locking and unlocking the scanner The Apple Color OneScanner carriage is locked during shipment. Make sure the carriage is unlocked. The scanner will not work if the carriage is locked. If in the future you need to ship the scanner for service or move it to a different place, be sure to relock the scanning unit. To lock or unlock the scanning unit: 1Grip the scanner top cover on both sides and lift it off. Grasp cover here. 2 Use a coin to turn the lock to the locked or unlocked position. Take


7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 Setting the SCSI ID number and termination You may not need this step. You can skip this topic if m the scanner is the only external SCSI device to be connected to your Macintosh or m you’re setting the scanner up as the last device in a SCSI chain If you need to change the SCSI ID number or termination setting, do so after you review this topic and before you connect any cables. About the SCSI ID number A SCSI ID selector on the back of the scanner identifies

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