ICopy is a free, portable and open-source tool which can transform your printer and scanner into a powerful photocopier.
Getting started can be as easy as launching the program and clicking the Copy button. ICopy will then simply scan whatever is on your scanner right now, and send it to the printer.
There are plenty of additional settings available, though. These start by simply choosing the number of print copies you'd like. But you also get the ability to choose what you're scanning (colour, greyscale or text), your print mode (colour or black and white), paper size and printer options. An "Image Settings" dialog allows you to set the scanning image resolution, brightness, contrast and more, there's Document Feeder support, and a Preview option will give you an early view of each scan.
ICopy doesn't restrict you to simply printing your scanned pages, either. You can alternatively save a single page as an image. And there's even an option to combine one or more scanned images into a single PDF file.
Version 1.6.2 is a maintenance release which includes:
•FIX: Problem with PDF file structure [Bug #261]
•FIX: Focus stealing problem with the dialog windows [Bug #266]
•FIX: Fix exception in settings dialog [Bug #258]
•FIX: Fix error while copying from command line [Bug #260]
•FIX: It is now possible to output /multiplepages to /pdf with command line
•FIX: Better handling of command line parameters
•FIX: Updated font to Windows standard Segoe UI font