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Scanning quetion I have a "stack" of documents I need to scan and want to have each page emailed. I also want to use the document feed process. When I try that it scans all the pages and sends them as one document with many pages. Instead I want each page as a single document. Any idea?

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I know this is an old question, so I doubt my answer is helpful. However, my C351 does the exact opposite. I cannot get it to scan everything into one document, even if I stack it all in the feeder.

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This is beyond the copier's capabilities.

My suggestion would be to scan as one complete and then break the document apart afterwards.

You can use the auto-feeder but it's function is to scan large quantities as one and not the other way round as you wish.

Place one sheet in, hit start and place the next in when it is transferring is the quickest it will work from the copier.

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