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Multi scanning I cant get the scanner to mult scan so that everything is in one document. I really need to find out asap.

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Scanners only scan one side printing on the other hand is where you want back to front documents

flatbed scanners dont do multi there individule scans if you want multi conversions by the all in one scanner printer fax this scans both sides prints both sides together

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How may I scan a document?


Overview: To scan a document you need a scanner and scanner software, this answer will cover
the steps necessary to scan and save a document.
  1. You must already either own or purchace a scanner (eg: this model)
  2. Connect the scanner via the provided USB cord. Consult the manual for this step as necessary.
  3. Use the provided scanner drivers (Consult your scanner manufacturer's website to obtain) and scanner utility to preview the document.
  4. Adjust the settings as necessary and preview your document, if satisfactory enter a name for your scan and save it.

Mar 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do i scan a document?


Hi, it all depends on the printer your using.

How to Scan a Document on a Multi-Function Printer

A multi-function printer with a scanner makes backing up your important documents easy. The scanner function of the printer allows you to translate a paper document like a receipt or title deed into an electronic copy that is stored on your computer. Once you have an electronic copy of your document, you can process and manipulate the document as you would any other electronic file. Follow these steps to scan a document on a multi-function printer:


Connect your multi-function printer and computer. Power them up.

Select the side of the document you are going to scan. Give the document a once-over, checking for any flaws that you do not want transferred into electronic form.

Open the printer's lid. Place the side of the document you want scanned face-down on the glass plate of your multi-function printer's scanning bed. Align the document to your satisfaction.

Close the printer's lid carefully. You may want to weigh the document down with another sheet of paper to prevent it from shifting.

Choose an appropriate scan resolution. You may have to do this using the controls of your printer or on the computer, depending on the model and software.

Press the scan button to start the process. This can be done on the printer itself or on the computer.

Preview the scan on your computer monitor. You should be able to make minor changes to the scanned image if needed.

Save the scanned image if you are satisfied with the result. Try again if you are not satisfied.



Tips & Warnings

Scanning documents at high resolution and low data compression will produce the best image quality at the cost of file size.

Not happy with a scan? Re-check the alignment of the document and try it again. Discard the duds when you get a scan that works for you.

Using harsh cleaning chemicals such as acetone or benzene can damage your multi-function printer. Abrasive cleaners are also not good on the machine, particularly the glass surface of the scanning bed.



....How to Scan a Document on an All-in-One Printer?

Scanning is a standard all-in-one printer feature that converts a hard-copy document into electronic information, which your computer can store and modify. You can scan legal files, office reports or just about any other kind of document and create an electronic backup for your files, send it as email or alter it to suit your needs. Follow these steps to scan a document on an all-in-one printer:

Turn on your all-in-one printer and computer. Check the connections between the two machines.

Lift the printer's document lid. Examine the scanning surface and the underside of the lid for dust and fingerprints.

Put the document you wish to scan face-down on the glass. Use the alignment markers to help you square up the object. These are usually found on the left-hand edge of the scanning area.

Close the printer's document lid slowly so the document does not shift position.

Select a scan resolution. The higher the dpi (dots per inch) count, the sharper and more detailed the image.

Push the scan button. You may have to do this on the printer itself or on your computer.

Check the preview of your scan on your computer. Depending on your all-in-one printer and software, you may have to prompt your computer to display the preview for you.

Edit the image as it appears on your computer if you want to make changes. Your scanning software might let you enlarge, resize or otherwise manipulate the final product.

Accept the scan and save. Return the original document to a safe location.

Hope it helps..

Oct 28, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The drop down menu does not give the option to have the picture scanned/saved jpg format which is necessary for certain sites such as shutterfly


Please follow the steps below to scan and save a Multi-Page PDF with Epson Scan.

1. Launch Epson Scan from your START, (ALL) PROGRAMS, EPSON SCAN.
2. If prompted, select your scanner model. Epson Scan will now launch.
3. Click the drop down arrow next to SCAN, select FILE SAVE SETTINGS.
4. Select PDF for IMAGE format. Click OK.
5. Click SCAN. Click OK to proceed (if prompted).
6. Once the image has scanned you will be prompted to click ADD PAGE or DONE.
7. Click ADD PAGE to scan more documents.
8. Once you have scanned all your documents, click DONE.
9. Your documents will now appear in the EDITING PAGE window. Click OK.
10. The multi-page PDF is now created.

Jan 16, 2010 | Epson Perfection 4490 Photo Scanner...

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I can't manage to scan directly from the scanner


Hello
Have you installed full software from the CD that came with the printer?
if not do that first, do you mean that you cant push printer button and automatic scan to computer?

Jul 02, 2009 | HP OfficeJet J4580 All-In-One Laser...

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Dr-2050c multi-page document stops scanning after one or a few pages, inconsistently. Feed lever is down in the multi-page position. Feeder tries to separate the pages: sometimes it succeeds. Document...


If the scanner is scanning but stops after a few pages either it could be because of a) There is insufficient disk space (you need to delete unwanted files or direct the comp to store whre there is space) or b) the rubber rollers are not able to separate pages and feed the papers for scanning.(You need to change the rollers)

Jun 08, 2009 | Canon DR-2050C Path-Through Scanner

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Problem scanning multi page document


You do not say which software you are using but if you can afford PixEdit you can save to multipage tiff, Pdfs and so on. Also combine singlepage and mulitpage documents to one mulitpage and vice verca.

May 05, 2009 | HP Scanjet 8350 Flatbed Scanner

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Can only scan simplex or duplex


The scanner can scan in either simplex or duplex mode only. If blank page is scanned, then it will appear BLANK, else someone would say, my scanner is not scanning properly! Remove balnk pages using software or sort on file size and delete the small sized files. Take care to ensure they are really blank.

S. Mohan, India

Nov 20, 2008 | Fujitsu fi-5110C ScanMaker Scanner

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Problem in flatbed scanning .


while going for scan you need to select single page document instead of Multipage (Default).

Apr 03, 2008 | HP Scanjet 8250 Flatbed Scanner

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Scanning in colour


Who and where do you get the idea that you should be able to, to scan in colour you need a colour scanner, yours is not it has a greyscale scanner only.

This machine has a scanning kit option but that is not colour see specs below.

AR-NS2 Network Scanning Kit (optional) 4
Type:
Flat bed monochrome scanning system
Original Feed System: Platen/document feeder, simplex/duplex with RSPF feeds up to 39 opm
Resolution:
200 dpi, 300 dpi, 600 dpi
Image Format:
TIFF 6.0, ITU-T G3/G4 TIFF, G3/G4 single/multi-page PDF
Scan Destinations:
E-mail, Desktop, FTP, URL
Destination Profiles:
Up to 200
Operating System:
Windows 95/98/ME, 2000, XP
Network Protocols:
TCP/IP (includes SMTP, LDAP, FTP)
Network Security:
E-mail server user authentication
Software:
Sharpdesk Document Management Software (included)

Link to brochere of the AR-M 237 GREYSCALE copier

Jan 10, 2008 | Sharp AR-M237 Copier

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Scanning


What software are you using to scan? Some software programs aren't really geared towards multipage scanning, while others do a good job (OmniPage for example).

Mike

Nov 08, 2007 | Dell 1815dn All-In-One Laser Printer

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