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Saving appended files in Scandall 21 version 4.3.17

I am trying to append documents with new images and then save the file with all images together in the original file. I am using Scandall 21 version 4.23.17 and a Fujitsu scanner fi-5110C. The Scandall21 does not have a "save" command, only a "save as". It has a "scan to view-append" command but when I go to save the changes after scanning in more images they are not there? Any suggestions?

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  • squaremom Jul 15, 2008

    Thanks for your help. Going to the 'save as' box and looking at it more carefully made me see that I had to choose the path and file name of the file I was working in and then check the "overwrite" box to save my file with the original name and place - alot of trouble for saving but it works. Thanks again for your response.

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Did you try the short cut command for saving which is Ctrl + S? so after using the save as and doing some changes on it try using the Ctrl + S, and check if the changes have been save.

Hope that helps..........

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When you are saving the file make sure you are saving the file in the desired format ... the save as type option.

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    Legin Varghese Jul 14, 2008

    and try saving the file on the desktop.

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