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Re: Batch scan / several pages
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.....
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Hi, are you using Scannedallpro software? If so, press the batch scan setting button (2nd right after the white drop down menu). This will give you access to your settings. Select add, name your new profile appropriately, then select SCAN, Click SHOW CONFIRMATION WHEN NO PAPER IN ADF, then click on Detail Scanner Settings. This will take you to your options screen. Select either Duplex, for double sided or ADFFront side for single sided. You can choose to drop out blanks by clicking on the OPTION button at the bottoms of the screen, then JOB/CACHE, click the selection button for Blank Page Skip and choose the sensitivity. (I usually use a low setting). Click OK.
when happy with your settings click OK again, then apply.
Use your new profile to batch scan. The system will scan until the hopper is empty and should ask if you want to continue with the same batch scan, allowing you to add paper until the job is complete.
NB Always ensure you have selected Multi Page Tagged Image File Format as the system will not save your scan as one document without it.
If all the pages are being fed through ADF and if image format is TIFF, then you may require another application to view the multi page TIFF image. If you're using ScandAll 21 or ScandAll Pro application for scanning, you have to choose multi page scan option in Batch Scan Setting. Please follow the help contents provided in the scanning application.
Hope the above information is helpful. Please revert if you have any doubt.
Found it! To fix the SA010771 error. This assumes you have already sat there (like I did) and tried everything including adding the event in the scanner settings and changing 0 to ScandALL PRO) Open Scandall Pro click SCAN - Batch Scan Settings - Add a new profile, for the moment just leave everything as is (change it later). Click Close then close ScandALL PRO and then reopen it. Click TOOL - Preferences - Event tab, you should now be able to select Profile 1 (or whatever you named it) from the dropdown for Scan. You can figure the rest out from there : )
what size page are you trying to scan, if they are smaller than the gap between the transport rollers, they will not feed.
the single sheet problem you have:- the scanner knows when there is paper to feed when the sensor is pushed up beside the pick roller and it will put the tray down again when the rollers are pushed up. sometimes the little plastic sensor to the left of the roller gets a bit stuck and needs to be freed, it wares itself out where it hinges inside the cover around the pick roller. just unclipping it and cleaning it is usually enough.
You are right, it is driver related issue. Acobat 9 has more features that may not be compatible with the existing driver. may be you can use CapturePerfect and directly create PDF and then use the Optimising features of Acrobat 9. Ofcourse you have to do it twice, but you can use the 'batch' process and do it automatically.
If you select color mode and scan grey and color pages, the output will be Grey for Grey abd color for color. If you had chosen to scan in grey mode, color will appear in Grey only.
There is an option to scan in both color and B&W simultaneously under multistream option.
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The scanner allows you to scan in batches and you can select a convenient name for a batch. If you start the first batch as 'A', then the first image will be 'A001.tif' , second as 'A002.tif' etc. If the next batch is 'B', then it will be, B001.tif, B002.tif etc.