In order to change the scan settings of your scanner, you need to open the scanning software that came with your device. Many scanners come with software such as HP Scan, Epson ScanSmart, etc. All of these software programs allow you to make changes to the scan settings such as choosing the document type, scan resolution, file format, output destination, etc.
First, you need to select the document type that you are scanning from the list of options. Depending on the type of document you are scanning (such as a photograph, text document, article, etc.), the software will recommend different types of settings you can use.
Next, you need to set the resolution for the scanned image. Higher resolutions will take longer to scan, but will result in a clearer and more detailed image. The type of document you are scanning will usually determine what resolution you should use. For example, photographs may require a higher resolution than text documents.
Once you have selected the document type and resolution, you need to choose the file format in which you want to save the scanned image. Popular file formats include JPEG, TIFF, PDF, PNG, etc. Choose the one that best suits your needs.
Finally, you need to decide the destination for the scanned image. This could be a folder on your computer, an external storage device, or a cloud storage service such as Google Drive or Dropbox. Make sure the destination you choose has enough space to store the scanned image.
Following these steps should allow you to successfully change the scan settings of your scanner. If you need additional help, you can always refer to the user manual or contact the manufacturer of your device for assistance.