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   Scanning

If you want to scan a document to create a digital file, there are five places where you can do this in Van Vleck. One of them, the copier/scanner in the Math Library can be used by anyone with a University connection. The other facilities are reserved for members of the Math Department. If you want to scan a black & white or grayscale document to a PDF file, use the copier/scanner in room 205 Van Vleck. The document feeder makes it easy to scan a large multipage document to a PDF file which can then be e-mailed to someone. To do color scans use one of the flatbed scanners described below.

The Math Department also has two flatbed scanners in room 322. There is an HP5590 with a document feeder attached to the the PC near the door and an Epson V300 Photo scanner attached to the iMac next to the PC. In order to use these scanners you must have a Math Department account. You will use this account to log into the PC or Macintosh. (On the PC you must first must make sure that you have selected the UW-Math domain, before logging in). There is also an Epson flatbed scanner attached to the iMac in 101B Van Vleck.

   The Canon Copier in room 205 can also be used to scan documents. You will need to use the PC set up near this Copy machine to do this. See the instruction below.
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       * Scanning from Windows PC in 322
       * Scanning from Macintosh in 322
       * Scanning from Canon Copier in 205