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SCAN ORDER THE SCANNER RECENTLY STARTED SCANNING THE PAGES RANDOMLY. THE PERSON THAT SCANS DOESN'T KNOW IF SHE CHANGED ANY SETTINGS. I PLAYED AROUND WITH THE SETTING BUT I STILL CAN'T GET THE SCANNER TO SCAN THE PAGES IN ORDER.

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This is almost impossible! THe scanner will scan only one page/image at a time and immediately stored. The roller can pickup only the top page. Are you converting them to a multipage PDF file? Is there any setting in creation of PDF file? If problem still persists, try and reinstall the software after uninstalling the existing version.

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