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I have a kodak esp3 scanner/printer/copier. how do I scan multiple pages and save as a single document?

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    I'm sorry this is my problem.

  • ambrose sinsun Jul 30, 2012

    please help me scan pictures .

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How do I scan a picture from my Kodak ESP3 printer to send to someone?

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To do this will take a few steps.

1. You need to install a PDF printer driver on your computerfirst. There are quite a few freeware PDF writer programs on the Internet youcan download one such as CutePDF.
To download Cutepdf PDF printer driver (freeware) click onthis link :- http://www.cutepdf.com/
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3. Repeat the scan the next page and save the image file Eg. image2.jpg

4. Repeat step 3 for the other pages.

5. Close the scanner when finished scanning.

6. Open a Word document then place each image file on a new page in the Word document

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I have many years experience repairing Canon scanners so here is my suggestion for you.

Well an easy way to do this is to scan them and save them as a word document if you can, or save them as a .txt (text) document some where on your computer. Then if you have the full version of Adobe go to where you saved them and convert them to a .pdf. But I think only the full version of Adobe will do this for you. There are free .pdf convertors if you google for them.

I hope this helps you out.

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Therefore, the very best solution is to download a (free) program that will convert files (Word, Excel, etc.) into PDF files. Click here for a list of such programs.

Suggestion: Never use image files for document management because they don't have any of the necessary features, such as the ability to search the contents of a digital document, the ability to comment, etc. And you want a program that will convert into PDF - try to stay away from other file formats as PDF (Adobe) is the "standard."

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My scanner is a Cannon but the basic jist of what your trying to do is universal. You need to open up the software for the scanner and look for an icon that says scan to file. It sounds like you have already done this. If so you are very close in the step I mention to the setting you need to scan multiple pages into one PDF file. Once you find the setting to scan multiple pages be sure to not click "FINISHED" until your last page is scanned in.

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Here's a Microsoft article on scanning documents, including scanning multiple documents info one file.

[Scan a document - Microsoft.com]

I hope this helps.

Greetings,

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