Choose Apple menu System Preferences, then click Printers Scanners.Note: The following options might not be available for your scanner.If these instructions differ from what you see onscreen, refer to the documentation that came with the app youre using.
Open your scanner Connect your scanner to your Mac, plug it in, and turn it on.
Open Printers Scanners preferences for me Select your scanner in the list at the left, then click Open Scanner on the right.
If your scanner is also a printer, you may need to click Scan on the right before you can click Open Scanner.
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If you dont see an Open Scanner button, you may need to set up your scanner, or check the documentation that came with your scanner to see how to perform scans.
Scan with a document-feeding scanner With a scanner that has an automatic document feeder, you can scan several pages at once.
If pages need different settings (for example, some are grayscale and some are color), scan them in different groups.
You may need to click Show Details to see all the available options.
You can choose any of the following: Choose the type of image being scanned: Use the Kind pop-up menu.
Choose Text for black-and-white images with high contrast, such as a document; choose Black White for grayscale images; and choose Color for color images.
Choose a size for the scanned item: Use the Size pop-up menu.
Choose where to save the scanned items: Use the Scan To pop-up menu.
If you dont see the image correction controls, scroll down or make the Scanner window taller.
Click Scan. The scanner scans the pages one at a time.
If you want to save each item in its own file, make sure theres empty space between each item on the scanner bed.
If you scan an image that has lots of white space, the scanner may import it as more than one scanned image.