Scanning Photos using My Image Garden - Windows

Article ID: ART136948 | Date published: 05/13/2015 | Date last updated: 08/15/2015


You can scan with settings suitable for photos.


  • You can even scan two or more photos (small items) at one time. Refer to the corresponding page of On-screen Manual to specify the scan settings.

  1. Place the item on the platen.

    • See the corresponding page of On-screen Manual for how to place items.

  2. Start My Image Garden.

    Starting My Image Garden

  3. Click Scan.

    figure: Folder view

    The view switches to Scan.

  4. Click Photo.

    figure: Scan view

    Scanning starts.

    • Click Cancel to cancel the scan.

    When scanning is completed, the image appears as a thumbnail.

    figure: Scan view

    • You can rotate the selected image 90 degrees clockwise each time you click Rotate.

    • You can crop images.

      Cropping Scanned Images

    • Click Save to save rotated or cropped scanned images.

      Save Dialog Box (Scan View)

    • You can set the save location for scanned images on the Advanced Settings tab of the Preferences dialog box displayed by selecting Preferences... from the Tools menu.


  • You can also print scanned images. Right-click a thumbnail and select Print... from the displayed menu to display the print settings dialog box. Select the printer and paper to use, then click Print.

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