Starting a Scan With the Epson Creativity Suite

When you scan with the Epson Creativity Suite, you first scan and save the image file using Epson File Manager. Then you use the other project options in the Epson File Manager window to modify, print, attach, or import your image files.
Place your original document or photo on the scanner. See the booklet for details.
Do not open the ADF while you are scanning or you will see an ADF error message and paper feeding will stop.
Do one of the following to start Epson File Manager.
Windows: Double-click the EPSON File Manager icon on your desktop.
Or, select Start > Programs or All Programs > EPSON Creativity Suite > EPSON File Manager.
Mac OS X: Double-click the EPSON File Manager for X icon on your desktop.
Or, open the Applications > EPSON > Creativity Suite > File Manager folders and double-click the EPSON File Manager for X icon.
You see a window asking if you want to see program instructions.
If you want to view the program instructions, click Next and follow the on-screen instructions.
To turn off display of the program instruction window, click the Do Not Show Next Time checkbox.
You see the Epson File Manager window.
Click the scanner icon in Load Photos in the upper left corner. You see an Epson Scan window.
Epson Scan starts in Office Mode the first time you open it. If necessary, click the arrow in the Mode box at the top right of the Epson Scan window and select Office Mode.
You see the Office Mode window:
For instructions on using Office Mode, see Using Office Mode for instructions.
If the Mode setting in the upper right corner of the window is set to Home or Professional Mode, you see a different Epson Scan settings window. For instructions on using Home or Professional Mode, see Selecting Basic Settings.
If you want to change the scan mode, see Changing the Scan Mode.
Your image is displayed as a thumbnail in the Epson File Manager window. See Finishing the Scan for details.
For more information about Epson File Manager, open the Help menu and select EPSON File Manager User’s Guide.