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Music Quick Links
Frequently Used Resources
Three Easy Steps
- Place your document on the flatbed scanner (lift the lid), or if loose-leaf, place in the ADF scanner with page one facing away from you.
- Touch SCAN on the left hand side of the touch screen.
- Accept the copyright notice. If you choose decline, your session will end.
- When your image is displayed, you can choose SCAN to scan more pages, choose Modify Images to make changes to your images, or choose Send to send/save your PDF files.
This equipment was purchased with an FSU Student Technology Fee Grant.
Modifying images (from the Modify Image(s) menu:
- You can easily rotate images.
- You can also choose to crop images by moving the blue arrows on the touch screen. Press “CLIP” to save your changes.
- You can delete images as well.
- Feel free to explore other options to further manipulate the contrast and color/black and white settings if you like.
Saving/Sending Your Images/Files
Formats: Images can be saved to PDF, Searchable PDF, JPG, PNG, Rich Text (for importing into a program such as Word, Excel, etc.), or Audio (for those with visual or learning disabilities).
- Images/files can be saved to a USB drive, or any device with a USB connection like an external hard drive.
- Please bring your own USB cables.
- You can change the file name from the right hand side menu.
- Images/files can be e-mailed to any valid e-mail address; be sure to type it in correctly as bounced e-mails are not saved.
- Larger images/files are best saved to a USB device.
- Images/files can also be saved to Google Documents/Drive. Be sure to type in “@gmail.com” after the username at that screen.
- The KIC workstation folks are working with other cloud storage providers to provide more options.
- QR codes: Images/files can be saved using a QR code reader.
- These apps are usually free for smart phones and tablet devices.
- To use the SmartDock, place your tablet or smart phone on the dock.
- Change the WiFi network to “KIC SmartDock.”
- Open the default internet browser on your device.
- Scan images, and choose to output to Smart Dock.
- A download option should display on the internet browser.
Questions? Need assistance? Please contact an Allen Music Library staff member at the circulation desk or call 850-644-5028.
Head, Warren D. Allen Music Library