Scanning 100 pages to my e-mail turns into 10 emails
I would like to have one or two documents at the most, but my pdf from the copier is separating the pages into 10 e-mails size is 3 or 4 MB each. Is the something I toggle to make it all one document? Two would be okay.
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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
You can use A-PDF Image to PDF (free download here) to scan a document into PDF format and email it with only 2 steps: Click the "Scan paper" icon to scan documents from scanner Click the "Build to One PDF And Mail" icon to create a PDF document contains all of the scanned documents and email them.
Resolution you scanned it at as well as scanning in color versus black and white. Also, that 47 page document might be vector graphics and text rather than bitmap information.
Scan in 200dpi black and white to get a usable (readable) and small file. Should be about 100-200kbytes per page.
More info on scanning: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_scanner
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file type is probably set to single page. to set the file type to multi page do the following:
1.press the scan button on the op panel
2.select scan setting
3.select file type
4.select multi page multi page to have the entire scan job sent as a single file.
if you are scanning jpeg as file type they will only scan as single page docs only pdf and tiff can be sent as multi page files
Scanners scan a document in picture format(JPEG) dot per dot. Their are complete programs out ther that will scan a document and turn it into a text fine. They are far more expensive that just copy a picture of some words on a page, Typical scanner function. I hope I have explained it well.
That 1st solution looks like SPAM. You could google "Free pdf software" and find a program that would allow you to scan and convert the pages to a pdf file to email.
But if you don't do it often enough to need this kind of program, here is the simplest method: Scan your pages to a folder. Begin to compose your email and click on "add attachment". Browse to that folder, open it, then use the "shift + click" method to select them all (first click on page #1, then while holding down "shift" click on the last page you want--this will select them all). Then click "Attach" and they will all be attached to the email as separate files.