How can I scan a document with mutiple pages into a single file?
I have a HP 3070 and Windows Vista. The printer and scanner are properly configured. But there's something that intrigues me:
How can I scan a document with mutiple pages into a single file?
I start the HP scanning software and choose pdf or tif format. The analysis of the option of single file for each page is unchecked. Once I scanned the first page it has no option to scan additional pages? I got back, save and
Thanks in advance
The HP software disables scanning multipage when the resolution is greater than 300 dpi. The resolution of the issue is to reduce equal to or less than 300 dpi scanning resolution.
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I'm trying to analyze a statement of income, and when I scan a page, I don't seem to be able to the scanner in a single folder. Each page shows up as a separate item?
I tried to download the HP software but it was rejected because the Windows Fax and Scan was already installed on my new PC.
This seems rather odd. Can you give us the complete error message without paraphrase?
You should not delete Windows Fax and Scan in order to install the manufacturer's software.
What version of Windows is installed? 32-bit or 64-bit?
Assuming you have Windows 7, is it upgraded to Vista or come pre-installed with Windows 7 computer?
Although I have not used, HP provides a 'printer Install Wizard"for Windows 7 and 8 which is supposed to help you obtain and install the appropriate--> http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=mp-115766-2&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&os=4063&product=1146331&sw_lang= driver
HP Officejet 6500 a Plus e-All-in-One - E710n
Windows 7 (64-bit)
How to scan a document with several pages in a single file? After each scan, my old printer (psc 2110) asked if I wanted to scan another page. In the end, I got a PDF with multiple pages.
This new creates a file for each page, and I can't find a way to create a PDF with multiple pages.
You must press the Add/Remove button, to add pages additionla scanned to the existing file. If you do not see this button try decreasing the analysis DPI setting. Let me know if this helps you?
Dear microsoft, I can't scan a document with me hp 2050 deskfet has.
Thanks for posting your query on the Microsoft Community.
According to the description of the problem, you are unable to scan your document with the HP Deskjet 2050 printer. To scan a photo or a document from the Control Panel on your computer, make sure the computer is turned on, the long printer driver is installed and the HP printer is connected to the computer with a USB cable, a cable network (Ethernet) cable, or on your local wireless network. If one of them is missing then it might be a chance that it will not scan.
I would be grateful if you can provide us with the following information to help us better understand the issue.
- It was working fine before? If Yes, did you significant changes before the show?
- Are all the device drivers and updates of Windows updated?
Try the steps in the following methods and see if it helps you to solve the problem.
This tutorial is designed to help you identify and fix common printer problems in Windows, including print errors, print spooler errors, and other issues that could prevent you from printing.
Solve printer problems
If the problem persists, I recommend that you completely uninstall the part-time driver that has been installed on your computer and then download the latest driver on the printer again manufacturer site.
Step 1: Try to remove the printer by following the steps described in the following Microsoft Article.
Step 2: Find and install printer drivers in Windows 7.
You can consult the HP article to know how to scan a document.
Get back to us with all the required information and the result of proposed suggestion, we will be happy to help you further.
Using a HP 5610xi, how can I scan multiple pages into a single file?
Thank you for using the HP Forums.
Can try this software:
HP extended Scan
Once it has downloaded and installed, go to start > all programs > HP > HP Scan extended > Run "HP Scan extended.
This relevant resource will show you how to scan multiple pages into a single file:
Let us know if it works!
Does anyone know how to scan multiple pages into a single file, jpeg, pdf, or word?
Thanks for any help
So that the community can help you better, we need to know exactly what operating system is running on your computer. This and all other details you want to give only will help the community better understand your question! Thank you and have a great day!
I have a PC HP and attempt at analysis of a document of several pages in a single file of my all-in-one HP Photosmart 5520 but had no chance. I can't currently is scan each page separately, but not what I need. What Miss me? Thank you.
A plus sign (+), not x. Anyway, if you wish, you can use the following product:
This free product allows you to divide a large file to many small files (such as the extraction of the chapters of a thick book) and also merge several pdf files into a pdf file.
How to scan multiple pages into a single document (PDF) with the Officejet Pro X 476 MFP PCL6 dw? Any help?
Best regards, Oldy75
The simple way is to use the ADF to do analysis.
If the documents cannot be analyzed through the ADF, and then under the gaze of menu scan for work in fashion build.
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Does anyone know how to scan multiple pages into a single jpegfile?
When you scan a document of several pages in a file on a network each page gets its own jpeg image scanend file.
HP standalone scanner allow generally allows you to add the multuple scans in a jpeg file.
Any help much appreciated!
Well, I don't know how you can read many jpeg files into a SINGLE file. Put scanned images in a folder is a logical way to keep them in one place. From my understanding single jpeg image may be a ONE page document, but many jpeg images cannot be concatinated to be a multiple page document. We can use images, software publishing to put them in a single document, but still only one page (each image is smaller). Using pdf output, you can concatenate/merge a lot of images in a sinlge multi-page file.
Printer Envy 120. How to scan multiple pages into a single document? If the solution is to change the resolution to 300 dpi or less, how do I do that? Thank you!
Double-click the icon of the printer on the desktop,
Select scan a Document or Photo,
The first page on the glass (face-down)
Check out the options (size, dpi...) and select scan the document to be filed,.
Click on Scan - machine will scan the first page
Delete the first page on the glass, put the second page,
Click on + (plus sign) it is located on the left side of a red x
Machine will sweep the second page, put 3rd page on the glass and click on + again... until the end and then click Save
Click done after save
I need basic step by step, I'm a newbee how scan a document from the printer to my pc and then find it once it is parsed on eprint D110 HP photosmart wireless
Thanks for any help you can give.
Press scan on the printer display, and then select the computer once scanning is finished it should open automatically with a default name for example scan001. If it's not automatically, you can find it in My Documents > my Scans
I scanned seveal documents on a printer / scanner and can not find in my PC. The scanner asked if I wanted to scan on my PC I did.
Said program likely has settings and/or ask you where you wan tto save documents (as well as the type of file - like JPG, BMP, TIFF, PDF, etc) - scan in a new document and monitor more closely - probably it will take you where you put the others.
I am running Win 7. I don't see an icon "+" in the screen of 110 envy of hp to be able to scan additional pages (such as the State of instructions online).
After the Scan, a Document dialog box or Photo reduce the resolution to 300 DPI or lower, the sign should appear in the preview screen.
I am trying to print a Word document to a page size-2 X 2 sheets of thick paper. I have done repeatedly on other printers, but impossible to find a setting anywhere on this printer that allows me to do that. Am I missing something?
This option does not exist on the 8610.
Take a look at PosteRazor.
I have an Office Jet Pro 8610 printer all-in-one. Here's my problem. When I scan a multi-page document scan up each page in a different file. I want to scan the document in a file so you can send an e-mail and save it. So far I have not figured out how this. What I am doing wrong?
Thank you for using the forum.
First of all, you need to install the software for your printer. You can download the software from this link, be sure to select the correct operating system and the "Download COMPLETE".
Once installed, you can start using the Scan software.
There is a Scan shortcut that allows you to 'Save as PDF '. This will scan all your documents in a single file.
Watch these videos that can be useful to your scanning needs.
Scanning multiple photos:
HP Officejet Pro 8630
HP Officejet Pro 8630
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