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Adf not listed in the drop down menu

When attempting to scan documents there should be 2 options in the drop down menu - adf & flatbed however on one of the two scanners that we have there is only the flat bed option.

its connected through usb and the flatbed option does scan but we scan alot of documents so it isnt suitable for the task

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The ADF has a minimum paper size. If you have set a size below A8 it may lock out the ADF option. Try setting the paper size to Letter. If this doesn't help, try swapping the scanners to see if the problem moves to the other PC. If so, it's a scanner hardware error. If it stays with the original PC, remove & reinstall the driver & the scanning application.

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