How do I Configure a Ricoh 2035E Scanner?

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How do I Configure a Ricoh 2035E Scanner?
The Ricoh Aficio 2035e, when configured, provides seamless scanning without needing software. (working woman image by Mat Hayward from Fotolia.com)

The Ricoh Aficio 2035e is a digital multifunctional device that can copy, print, fax and serve as a network scanner. It produces black and white images at a rate of 35 pages per minute. When configured with a print/scan board, not only will you be able to use the 2035e as a network printer, but also will be able to use the device as a standalone, server-less scanner.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Connect 2035e to your network. If you have the installation disks that came with the machine, you will need to load the drivers that are stored on the disks onto each desktop that will have access to the 2035e. Though the 2035e does not require server software in order to scan, it will need the scanning drivers installed on each desktop. If you do not have access to the disks, you can download the drivers that are appropriate for your operating system from Ricoh's website.

  2. 2

    Press the "Scan" button on the 2035e. This launch the scanning mode of the device. Once in the scan mode, you can select the scanning options you want. You will be able to choose what file type you want your scan to be converted to. You can choose from pdf, jpeg, TIFF and multi-page TIFF.

  3. 3

    Input the location where you want the 2035e to send the scan. You can enter an e-mail directly from the screen by using the onscreen keyboard, or you can select a network folder. To scan to a folder, you or your IT staff will need to set the permissions of the folder to be shared and not hidden.

  4. 4

    Place your documents face up into the document feeder. The document feeder on a 2035e can hold up to 50 sheets of letter size paper. It can also be used to scan legal and ledger sized paper.

  5. 5

    Press the "Start" button. This will scan the documents that are in the document feeder, convert them to the file type you chose and send them to the desired location.

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