I had the same problem, and I solved it the following way.
The problem is that as soon as the temporary folder contains more than 100 "Document.pdf" (Document.pdf",Document(1).pdf",Document(2).pdf" etc...) it will not allow you to open anymore.
The only way around is to go in the temporary folder and delete one or more "Document.pdf"
To open the Temporary folder:
-open any pdf document that does not have this problem,
-Go to File and then to Save As.
Directly from there you can delete the "Document.pdf
You will then be able to open the Digital Sender scanned pdf document.
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When you scan a doc to email, it will open either outlook express/Windows live mail or outlook and use that to send your email. If you have not configured either of these programs on your pc then it cannot send anything. the way around this is to scan the docs into your say My Documents/Documents folder and then attach them to your email as attchments.
No problem, you can solve this problem very easily : Whenever you scan a document directly to your e-mail in a PDF format then printer scans it using its own property and only scans the document without any editing in the font or characters.
But the output i.e. the scanned document in pdf shows the same text using its own properties. That font is selected by pdf and not by the hp software.You can open the scanned pdf file and manually change the font size. Or else
The best way that I will suggest you :
- First scan the documetn in a pdf file or any format on your computer instead of directly on e-mail. Because when you scan it to your computer printer will scan the document directly to computer and in this way after scanning you can open and see the document. You can make sure if it is scanned properly or not, however when you scan it to e-mail there are chances when we dont verify if the document is scanned properly or not. If there is any hardware issue or any other error then it will scan half page or a blank page....we wont be able to verify it. - Also if it is an official document which is half scanned or has some problem in it will give a bad impact on the receiver which is not good for professionals. - By scanning on computer you can verify the document, can make required changes and will be able to send the document in a proper way. It is going to take few seconds but results will be fruitful....try it..!!! I do the same way and there is not much difference
Ok, you should be able to download a manual for your printer in adobe photoshop as a pdf and save it for your desktop, then put it on a cd or leave it on your desktop, or even print it from your desktop. SCanning should not be hard, place your document face down on the scan plate, close lid, if your pc has a scan button press it, or you could open your printers program on the desktop if it has one and choose scan from here. Once you have it scanned the right way you want it, ie you can enlarge or shrink etc to fit email save it to your documents folder or your desktop. Now open your email program and choose new email, add details as per who you are sending it to, and a subject line, now up the top it says insert... click on this and scroll to file. Now browse for your fax where you saved it, and attach it as a file attatchment. Now send it!
you may have to do it manually and send them via email attatchment, I could never get that function to work do to email security issues, my scans are in a "my scans" folder in my documents. Youll have to find that folder where your scans are by searching then manually . Open your email and get your email ready to go, choose attatchment and then browse for that scan in your computer, and send it that way.
1. Choose SCAN
2. Then SAVE AS *remember where you saved file.
3. On the FORMAT options when saving choose "JPEG"
4. Open your email and choose ATTATCH A FILE
5. Choose FILE from where you saved it
6. Add your text to email and click send email.
7. If you want to check FILE was sent
8. Click on Email SENT you should see it.