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The use of the top paper feeder is the capability to make single or multiple photocopies and for single scanning or multiple scanning. All you have to do is to put single or multiple document in the top feeder and press the COPY BUTTON (third button-right side). Then it will feeds automatically.
The same with scanning, press the SCAN BUTTON (first button-left side) and it will scan single or multiple document.
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Open your Adobe Acrobat (e.g., 9.0 Pro), load your pages into the document feeder (fewer than 30 at a time), then ask Adobe Acrobat to create PDF from scanner (File/Create PDF/From Scanner). Canon MP530 as the scanner and click OK. Works like a charm!
Scanning a multi-page document as a .pdf file reverts the settings for rotation, selected area, etc. to default for any pages after the first page. This applies to Mac OSX 10.3, 10.4, & 10.5. A simple, but tedious work-around is to scan each page as a separate file and easily recombine them using OSX Preview. Just open the first page, view the Sidebar, and drag-drop the additional page files into the sidebar. Save and it's all one multi-page .pdf.
Be kind m'53. Maybe you can scan to a folder, then use print setup to compile all the data on one page, if it's not much data. You'll have to do all this with the computer, don't expect the scanner to do that. There is always lots of software out there to do this kind of stuff.
Are you working wireless? Connect directly by cable and you can work in two directions (printing is oneway and scanning too, but than the other way around. The last is only possible with cable connection)
On my scanner, I feed the documents on the ADFfeeder (paper feeder) and when it finishes one scan, I tell it to continue. It will scan all you docs and put it in on file that you can send as one attachment.