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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Save scanned document in PDF
Well I have this problem too.
The HP's link guest posted above is in simplified chinese, for those who doesn't understand chinese, and is too lazy in translating them, here is a brief translation done by myself.
HP is acknowledged of this problem, this is basically caused by the incompatibility between HP's OCR engine and form tables in the scanned documents.
"As HP's OCR engine is kinda elementary, and is not supposed for professional uses", said HP, they suggest users to reduce the complexity of scanned documents by limiting the scanned regions. The best way would be by eliminating image objects, or just scanning text within a form table. (Well that would be kinda lame and stupid.)
Well if you DO need to process documents with forms, "Get A Professional OCR software" and forget about HP's imaging software, it's what HP says.
Wish this would help.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Have you tried to use HP SOlution Center when scanning and save the scanned document to .pdf? try this solution.
Note: HP Director and HP Solution Center has more likely the same settings
CLICK HERE TO VIEW: DOCUMENT
Thank you so much.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
First thing to do is try to check if your windows XP is a 32 or a 64-bit. You can do this by right clicking the mouse on My Computer icon and then left click on properties. Now try to load the right and updated driver. If it still won't work. Go to Control Panel>administrative tools>services>scroll down and look for WIA ( Windows Image Acquisition). when you double click on it you should see it it is running, stopped, make sure that it is started. If still won't work try using other application like paint.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Have you run the check to make sure you have the latest drivers option on the HP website. You can also download the compatible version of the HP Solution Center from the same site.
Let me know if this helps you solve this problem. Thanks.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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jpeg and google to search for a jpeg to pdf software and convert it into a pdf
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