I want to scan multiple documents and send them directly to mail/my documents/adobe. the function is there but it doesnt seem to be working, I select the scanning button, the programme and hit send but nothing happens...Any ideas?
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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
pls read and do these steps carefully.. definitely u will get solution..
SCAN DIRECTLY TO E-MAIL FROM THE MACHINE- The direct "scan to e-mail" function was the hardest thing to setup. You have to have an actual POP e-mail address for your scanner, which is how it sends PDFs or JPGs of TIF files directly from the box. Getting an e-mail account setup is simple enough, but the control panel won't recognize the servers by name, for example standard pop mail server names list POP.GMAIL.COM. Instead you have to actually convert the server names into IP addresses (I found a website somewhere that did this) and insert that IP address into the control panel.
Once setup, the scan-to-email function works just as you'd expect. But it requires way too many key strokes on the machine to actually send the document. "Are you sure, Are you really sure, Are you really really sure?" (not exact quotes, but you get the idea)
I'm in my late-twenties with a background in the tech field, yet programming this direct-to-email function had me cussing and pulling my hair out. I imagine most people will setup the network scanning application and stop there. The network scanning application is actually a lot more versitile than the direct scan-to-email, even though it requires you to have your computer turned on. But using the network scanning the document just appears, then you can forward it to whatever e-mail you want via your computer (and keep your hair).
that should be because you scanned the pages separately, did you notice if the PDF document converted was the very last page of the 13paged document which you wanted to make a document from? if that's right, then you just only converted the last scanned page into PDF, to stick all the pages together, i recoment you treating them as images and using word to stick them all together with the "insert>image> from archive" adjusting the size of the image at 1 page and with each 13 pages do the same until you have a full document of 13 images in 13 pages then you can convert it into PDF
It is possible to scan different batches
scanned from the ADF into one PDF file. When loading more pages in the
ADF after the first realm is finished, it asks if you want to continue
scanning to the same file. After that, it will continue scanning to the
same file. However, this feature can be selected in the Adobe Acrobat
application itself. From HP software, if we load the paper after one
realm of paper in the ADF is finished, it will scan the second realm to
a different file.
If you want to continue scanning to the
same file, you need to have either Acrobat Exchange or Adobe Acrobat
installed on the computer. Adobe Reader will not provide this feature.
After installing either Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Exchange, perform the following steps to scan pages to a single file:
Make sure your scanner is turned on.
Start Acrobat Exchange or Adobe Acrobat.
Put the document into the scanner (usually face down on the scan bed).
In Adobe Acrobat, click File
, then Import
, and Scan
Select the device and whether you are scanning a single- or double-sided document.
The scanning software opens and the scanner completes a preview scan.
When the preview scan comes up, make any adjustments you would
like, including selecting the area you want to appear in the final
. This will get the final scan into the computer.
Your scanning software should take you back to Adobe Acrobat.
In Adobe Acrobat, you should see a small window asking you if you
want to scan another page. If the document you are scanning has more
than one page, click the Next Page
button. If this is the only page, click Done
Scanning multiple pages
causes each page to append to the previously scanned page. If you have
multiple pages, but want them to be in different files, click Done
after each page to create separate files.
When you have scanned the last page, click Done
on the window described in step 10.
Your scanned pages will open in Adobe Acrobat. Scroll through to make sure that everything is there.
, and then Save As
to name your file and save it.
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!
Yes,you do have to buy the sent kit.But remember the sent kit Scan to e-mail and not directly to the computer.Your company have to have a mail server to be able to work properly.Adobe have software that you can buy that chance word document to PDF.
I'm trying to get my Brother MFC set up to scan to e-mail and open a new email with the scanned document attached. I am independant and not connected to any other service as I am a one man user operator.
you may have to do it manually and send them via email attatchment, I could never get that function to work do to email security issues, my scans are in a "my scans" folder in my documents. Youll have to find that folder where your scans are by searching then manually . Open your email and get your email ready to go, choose attatchment and then browse for that scan in your computer, and send it that way.