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Creating pdf from scanner feed

When trying to create multiple page pdf using Adobe Acrobat 7.0 and HP Officejet 7210 AIO after scaning the first page the page is presented on screeen for adjustment of margins. If I accept the first page as being ok the remainder sheets do not adjust accordingly. What settings do I need to adjust so that all sheets appear the same and print the same.

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Instead scan all images with standard settings, combine into one acrobat and then apply the settings to whole PDF

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