Using Digital Senders

digital_senderQ: What is this?
A: It’s a Digital Sender!

Q: What is a Digital Sender?
A: “Digital Sender” is just a fancy name for a scanner that sends you files via email.

Q: What can you do with it?
A: You can scan photos or documents into several file formats, including JPEG and PDF.

Q: Where can I find this device?
A: In the following computer labs or kiosk areas: Humanities 105B; Coykendall Science Building 119; van den Berg Learning Center 115; Hasbrouck Dining Hall Computer Lab; and the Lecture Center Lobby.

Q: How do I use it?
A: To start taking advantage of this useful device, follow these instructions:

Touch 1. Touch the “E-mail” button to begin.
Selecting the 2. Select the field below “To:” either by tapping the screen or hitting TAB twice.
Pulling out the drawer 3. Pull out the keyboard for your typing convenience.
Entering recipient address and choosing OK 4. Enter the recipient for the document you are about to scan (usually yourself) and touch “OK.”
Saying NO to the local address book 5. You will be asked if you’d like to add the address to the “Local” address book.You should say “No” here.
Selecting more options... 6. Choose “More Options.”
Examining the options 7. The default Document File Type is JPEG (which is great for photos).To see additional options, choose “Document File Type.”
Choosing the file type 8. Here is where you can change to other popular formats, including PDF.Note for Advanced Users:  To create multi-page PDF, turn on “Job Build.”For front and back, enable “2-sided” under Original Sides.
Document Feeder 9-A. To use the document feeder, simply place your sheet(s) face-up in the tray and hit the green Start button.
Opening the lid 9-B. To scan something directly on the flatbed, open the lid and align the material towards the upper right.
Hitting the green Start button …then hit the green Start button.Check the email account that you specified in Step #4.Note: At the end of a job, you will be asked if you’d like to continue working with the same settings. If you choose not to, the Digital Sender will revert to its defaults.