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Re: Scan a photo
Your scanner will have software that opens to allow you to scan. Look on your desktop for something that says, HP scanJet (studio?) if not then click start, all programs and look for, HP, HP ScanJet. There you will click on the software which will open & let you choose where to scan to, modifications, ect. If this helps plz rate this 'fixya', if you need more help leave a comment & I'll be happy to help. I know how frustrating it can be! Good luck.
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Lift the lid on your scanner lay the photo face down then select scan document/photo it will ask what format you want to scan it then it will ask where you want to save it browse select the file/folder where you want to save it (my pictures) most common. Open up your new email type in the adress then you should see attachment depending on which email you are using select attachment then a browse window will open navigate to your document / attachment select it you might have to wait a few seconds for it to load as an attachment then click send.
Open the lid on the HP scanner to reveal the scanning surface. Tthe scanning surface is the glass surface on which documents are placed for scanning.
Put the picture face down on the scanning surface, using the positioning mark to set the picture. The positioning mark is normally an arrow and it indicates the correct placement of a document on the scanning surface for a good scan.
Close the lid on the HP scanner.
Press the "Scan To" button on the HP scanner and choose a format for the scan. "Scan to File" or "Scan to Email" are a couple of the choices. Press "OK" and your scan will begin. On your computer screen, a progress bar will let you know how your scan is going. Once the scan is complete, the folder where the file was scanned will appear on screen and you can click on it to ensure the quality of the scan.
Open Epson Scan and select Professional Mode. Turn off the Auto Thumbnail option which if it is not on the main page then check the small drop down menus next to the Scan/Preview options. Once that is off do a preview and the in the preview window manually draw a marquee around the area you need.
I had the same problem and have found my answer. I don't know if it's the technically correct one but it works. When you open the scan page and it shows you the mode, setting, original document type, destination, adjustments, and then the preview and scan buttons. Under the Preview button you will see a box check marked for thumbnail. Remove the check and then do a preview scan. You should end up with a complete scan showing the slide (if you only scanned one), the open side and the surrounding blackened area too. Click on the picture in the preview and then draw an outline around the part of the picture that you want to use. Do this just like it you were going to do cropping of the photo. Once you have the box around the part you want click on zoom. Your next preview will be the picture that you want. I haven't figured out how to remove the remaining blackened area with out going into a photo edit program but it must be able to be done. Then you can scan to where ever you save them to and have the whole slide. I hope that this gets you at least some what further along.
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.
Upgrade to Acobat 9.0 Pro. It seems to work in that can scan pages for a document, HOWEVER, adding/appending to already scaned pages for a document seems to crash 9.0. For example, say I scan in pages 1 - 4. I cannot then scan pages 5 -6 as part of the same document--crashes Acrobat.
I think this finally proves the problem is Acrobat 8.0 and NOT the i40 drivers.
Hi, You are on the right track... It is normal that for every scan a new window opens... the problem is to put them in one frame...
After your scans... create a new window (let's name it ABC) and set the size that you wanted... if you're done. Go to the 1st scan then select and copy a frame... Now go to ABC frame and paste it, adjust the size to project the accommodation of what is to be placed inside. Go to the 2nd scan then select and copy a frame... Go to ABC frame and paste it, again set the size... Keep doing that to other scanned data and.....