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I have an HP6110. When I scan a document containing more than 1 page, it scans fine and I have the ability to preview and accept each page in the document. When I save it as a word doc however it saves all of the pages as one single page and it stacks all of the pages scanned on top of one another. The end result is a one page document that I can not do anything with. When I print it out it actually looks like each page is stacked on one another. what is the problem? Thank you, Marios

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This is a function of the Word processor. Are you selecting the Word processor from the panel on the printer?

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hi,

For you to be able to scan multiple pages using the .pdf and save it in one file, here are the steps that i want you to follow.

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