Hello, I have a 13" MacBook Pro laptop running Mac OS X v. 10.7.4, which I've been using with my HP Color Laser Jet CM2320nf MFP all-in-one printer. The printer is wirelessly connected to my laptop through my router (i.e. connected via ethernet from the printer to the router). Today, my HP Scanjet N6310 arrived. I bought the scanner because the automatic document feeder on the printer only allows for scans of up to 300 dpi, while the ADF on the scanner allows for scans of up to 600 dpi. I have managed to setup the scanner, and I am able to scan, save and print the documents that I scan. I do, however, have a few problems that I hope can be resolved: 1) How do I connect the scanner so that I can use it wirelessly (i.e. connect it to my router and not directly to my laptop)?: With my printer, I accomplished this with no problem, but I forget exactly how I did it. I note that the printer is connected via ethernet, but the scanner only has a USB connector. The scanner works fine when I connect it directly to my laptop, but I would like for it to work wirelessly. 2) How do I properly save scanned documents?: Please note that 99% of the documents that I scan are text documents; I very rarely scan photos or images. If I save the contents of a document that I scan as "Text" the pdf is completely jumbled, with almost all characters being replaced by other characters; the saved document is completely unreadable. I could, however, save the contents as "Image", but that results in a file that is about 10x the size of a Text file (e.g. 200 kb v. 2 mb). Is there something I am doing wrong? 3) Do I need OCR?: The scanner comes with OCR (optical character recognition technology). I've never heard of it, but it seems to allow the user to scan a text document and then edit it in Word. I don't think I will be using it, but it may be useful in the future. Is this something that can be turned ON/OFF? If so, how? Is it possible that the OCR is affecting the saving of my scanned documents as described in 2) above? Please note that I do not have "Optimize for editable text (OCR)" checked off in Resolution in the General part of the scan profile. 4) Scanning buttons on the scanner: They do not seem to work. The other buttons (i.e. cancel, tools, etc.) do work, but not the scanning or copying button. Is this because I'm using the HP Device Manager and HP Scan icons on my laptop? If not, what do you think it can be and how do I fix it? Thanks for reading and I appreciate any help.