Skipping Blank Pages When Scanning

 
The machine can detect blank pages when scanning, and send/store all the pages except blank pages.
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Place the original. Placing Originals
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Press <Scan and Send>. <Home> Screen
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Specify the destination on the Scan Basic Features screen. Scan Basic Features Screen
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Specify the scan settings as necessary. Basic Operations for Scanning Originals
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Press <Options>  <Skip Blank Originals>.
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Select the color of the originals to skip.
To skip blank originals regardless of their color, select <All Colors>. To skip blank originals only in white, select <White Only>.
When something other than <Auto (Color/B&W)> or <Auto (Color/Gray)> is selected in <Select Color>, the same operation as <All Colors> is performed, even if <White Only> is set.
When saving to <Mail Box> with <Scan and Store>, you cannot select the color of the originals to skip. Proceed to step 7.
Pressing <Preview> to select the button enables you to check the contents of the scanned originals on the preview screen. <Preview> is not displayed when <Mail Box> is selected in <Scan and Store>. Checking Scanned Originals Before Sending/Saving (Preview)
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Press <Adjust Recog. Level>, set the accuracy to detect blank paper, and then press <OK>.
Pressing <+> makes the detection accuracy higher.
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Press <OK>  <Close>.
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Press .
Originals are scanned and sending/saving starts.
Only <E-Mail> or <File> type destinations can be specified when <Skip Blank Originals> is set. Sending cannot be performed if a destination with a type other than <E-Mail> or <File> is set.
If the size of the original is smaller than the scan size setting, it may not be skipped correctly.
To check the number of pages that have been sent/saved, follow the procedures below:   <Send> <Job Log> select a document <Details> check the number displayed for <Send Pages>
The status screen and Communication Management Report display the number including blank paper. Checking Status and Log for Scanned Documents
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