How to Add a Scanner to a Mac? Time is money, and that’s why it’s important for me or anyone else who has time constraints like myself business owners, and entrepreneurs can have access to quality information in as few words as possible.
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Adding a scanner to your Mac isn’t as difficult as you might think. In fact, it’s probably easier than adding one to a Windows PC.
With how many scanners are available on the market today, there is bound to be one that will work with your device.
In this article, we’ll discuss how easy it is to add a scanner and how much value having one can provide for you and your business.
When you’re shopping online, make sure that you read how much memory each has and how often it can scan before needing to be updated or serviced.
The more memory it has, the more documents it will be able to scan without needing to stop and download them.
Connect Your Scanner via USB or Wireless Connection
Once you have purchased your scanner, make sure that you are connecting either using a Universal Serial Bus (USB) connection for wired scanners or through Bluetooth technology if wireless is how you want to go.
The process varies slightly depending on how you connect but both are easy enough processes once they’re set up.
For example, with most Macs, all that needs to be done in order to use a Bluetooth connection with the scanner is pairing each device together and then opening an application such as Adobe Acrobat Pro or Evernote so they can find it easily when scanning documents.
If you need to connect using a USB connection, make sure you have the cable plugged in and then open your scanning application. Many scanners today will install the necessary drivers when they are connected for the first time.
Configure Your Scanner Settings
There are many different settings you can change on how your scanner operates once it is set up properly with your Mac computer including how often documents get scanned if at all daily or just when an “all-in” button gets pressed by yourself or another person who scans items regularly through this machine.
You also want to configure how long each document stays saved before automatically deleting them so that there isn’t too much memory wasted on storing information no one wants anymore.
Finally, be sure to check out how many pages your scanner can hold because some only save up to 20 or 50 at a time while others like Epson scanners can store hundreds of single documents.
Scan Documents & Enjoy the Benefits
Once you have configured how often it scans, how long each document gets saved for and how many items it holds in memory, then all that’s left is scanning away.
There are countless ways to use this machine including sharing files with other people who need them quickly without having to print out copies (and wasting precious paper.
Saving photographs from old family albums so they don’t fade away over time, digitizing important business records so nothing happens to them during an office fire or natural disaster and much more. The possibilities are truly endless.
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