- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I read the whole paragraph and could not find a question, so I will try a few suggestions. When you scan, select the option to open the scanner interface. It will give you more control on what you scan.
From the flatbed When the scanner interface appears choose to Preview the scanned area. On the preview image click neat its border and you will see a dotted/ interrupted frame. Play with the borders of the frame to select the area. Intelligent software like Adobe Acrobat rotate the image to right it.
From the ADF Check the alignment of the paper on the document feeder. Test the first page and see if it is correct. If it is, and all the subsequent pages have the same margins use the ADF If not, maybe you should use the flatbed.
1. You need to install a PDF printer driver on your computer first. There are quite a few freeware PDF writer programs on the Internet you can download one such as CutePDF. To download CutePDF printer driver (freeware) click on this link :- http://www.cutepdf.com/
2. Using your computer SCAN the first page then click on File - Save the image as a jpg file Eg. image1.jpg
3. Repeat the scan the next page and save the image file Eg. image2.jpg
4. Repeat step 3 for the other pages.
5. Close the scanner when finished scaning.
6. Open a Word document then place each image file on a new page in the Word document
7. Save the Word document if you require but not needed.
8. Click on File - Print then select CutePDF printer (or your PDF printer driver) and save the PDF file. This PDF file will contain the multiple pages of the scanned pages.
1. Click PDF on the Custom Scan with One-click tab or click PDF in the one-click mode screen to open the PDF dialog box.
* If you wish to convert the text in a document to editable text data, scan the item with the OCR. The precision of OCR is affected by the nature of the scanned original
2. Select the type of document to be scanned. Important
To scan correctly, select a document type that matches the document to be scanned.
3. Select a file type to save the scanned image.
Select PDF, PDF(Multiple Pages) or PDF(Add Page) Important
Click Set... to open a dialog box and specify the PDF compression type and other advanced settings for creating PDF files.
4. Place the first original on the scanner and click the [Scan] button at the right bottom corner of the PDF window.
5. When scanning is completed, place the next original and click the [Scan] button.
6. Repeat scanning by clicking the [Scan] button until you finish all the originals.
7. When all the original is finished, click the [Exit] button.
8. When the scan is complete, it automatically starts the application program that displays PDF files and opens the scanned image file in it.
To scan a text document or black and white document, you are recommended to set the Scan Mode to Black and White or Grayscale.
You are recommended to limit the number of pages in any one multiple PDF file to 20 or less if you are scanning a color document with the Image Quality set to 300 dpi and the size to a setting equivalent to Letter size.
I had the exact same problem and here's what I did to fix it. The plastic part that contains the pick roller was dislocated at one side, bending it upwards in the middle. Not very noticeable. But when I slightly pressed down on it it snapped into place. Dislocation probably caused by transport. The upwards bend prevented the empty sensor from working properly. It actually almost blocked the incoming paper and then obviously did not release once the paper was through. Once the plastic part was back in place it was completely flat. Problem solved.
Hi, Try to scan by using the quick menu as I described below: Check for the ScanSnap Manager icon on the taskbar.
Right click the mouse button over that ScanSnap Manager icon. Select “Scan Button Settings” from the Right-Click Menu.
Select the “Use Quick Menu” check box (it must be checked).
Load the document in the ScanSnap which you want to scan. Pres the “scan” button on the ScanSnap. Click the “Scan to folder” icon in the quick menu when scanning is completed.
The “Scan to Folder” dialog box appears.
Check the scanned image in the “Scan to Folder” dialog box. By clicking save buton, save the scanned data in a specified folder which you select chancing the filename as you want. Hope this helps. If you would like to vote for the answer, this will help the others to see the similar problems solved and also will be a satisfaction factor for me to continue helping you. All the best.
What I saw first off is that although the resolution indicates 96 DPI, the file size itself between the 2 examples are drastically different. You are putting raster images into MS Word for publication work, and that is a NO NO. Word was not created for any kind of high resolution printing. It's a glorified text editor that people seem to think is an option for printing. YOU WILL NEVER GET 300 or 600 DPI images out of Word. Ever.
To create your project for printing, you need to use software more suited for the task. InDesign and Quark are examples, but they are very expensive. In my opinion, Publisher would be better for this kind of project and I hate myself for saying that.
Talk to your Printer, find out his specifications for Applications and Linescreen for Printing. The minimum requirement is 280 DPI, but if the image is placed at 100%, 600 DPI is overkill.
Oh, and try to never scan a scan... you are looking for trouble... a little thing called a Moiré pattern comes into play, and it will make you images print NASTY!
I could go on about your post all day long, but if there is anything else I didn't explain, please post again.
With adobe profesional you can make a PDF form, and send to the recipients. They can fill the form with Adobe reader and send it to you back, but only the data will be sent to you, not all with the pdf. You can collect the data with your adobe profesional. Your programmer of medical paperless system can make the program to put that data in your database. Here is the simple procedure: 1. Create form: Open adobe prof, menu advance --> Form --> create new form. You will go to Adobe design to create the form, there you can also retrieve your scanned document. Don't forget to put "submit button" and your email address. 2. Then save as pdf form. It is ready to be send to your recipients. 3. The recipients will fill the data and send to you by pushing the "submit button". 4. You will receive the data in your mailbox, as an attachment of email. You can use adobe prof to collect it, example to put it in Microsoft Excel. Go to menu advance --> form --> Create Spreadsheet from data files. A dialog box will come out, put in the files you received from your recipients. then go on, you will have the Excel data. For put it in your database of your system, your programmer should create a program/ included in your system's program.
For Guest, to fill up is easy, just open the pdf form with Adobe REader, fill it and click the submit button.