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:
|1. Touch the “E-mail” button to begin.|
|2. Select the field below “To:” either by tapping the screen or hitting TAB twice.|
|3. Pull out the keyboard for your typing convenience.|
|4. Enter the recipient for the document you are about to scan (usually yourself) and touch “OK.”|
|5. You will be asked if you’d like to add the address to the “Local” address book.You should say “No” here.|
|6. Choose “More Options.”|
|7. The default Document File Type is JPEG (which is great for photos).To see additional options, choose “Document File Type.”|
|8. Here is where you can change to other popular formats, including PDF.Note for Advanced Users: Â To create multi-page PDF, turn on “Job Build.”For front and back, enable “2-sided” under Original Sides.|
|9-A. To use the document feeder, simply place your sheet(s) face-up in the tray and hit the green Start button.|
|9-B. To scan something directly on the flatbed, open the lid and align the material towards the upper right.|
|…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.|