4 Make sure Open Acquired Images in Photoshop is checked. If you have a large number of images to import, or if you want to edit the images at a later time, deselect it.
5 Make sure Unique Subfolder is selected if you want to save the imported images directly into a folder named with the current date.
Note: If the name of your scanner does not appear in the submenu, verify that the software and drivers were properly installed and that the scanner is connected.
7 Choose the kind of image you want to scan:
• Color picture to use the default settings for scanning color images.
• Grayscale picture to use the default settings for scanning grayscale images.
• Black and White picture or Text to use the default settings.
• Click Adjust the Quality of the Scanned Picture to use custom settings.
8 Click preview to view the scan. Crop the scan if needed by pulling the rectangle so it surrounds the image.
9 Click Scan.
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