How do I scan multiple pages on an HP Deskjet 1055 and make it one large file? or upload several pages to this site?
I've been trying to learn how to copy an instruction manual and put it all together so I can upload one file to Fixya. I still get a folder and lots of files. I only have the HP scanner program that came with the printer/scanner and Adobe PDF. PDF files are beyond me , but if that's the answer, tell me how to do it and I'll figure it out.
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On the control panel, select scan to computer and choose PDF.
If you are using the sheet feeder, it will scan all pages and create one file with them all.
If you're using a scanner glass, i.e. one page at a time, when the first page finishes scanning, you will get a message asking if you have another - answer YES and follow the instructions (basically that means place next page on scanner glass and hit OK/Continue). Rinse and repeat until you've scanned all pages then answer NO.
You should find a PDF file in your HP Scan Folder usually named "scan.pdf" unless you've changed the settings. (If there is/are already scanned files in that folder, they will have consecutive numbers, e.g. "scan001.pdf" "scan002.pdf" etc
I fixed this by Installing the full suite of programmes on the installation CD, specifically Installing the "OCR Isis" programme (or Iris, not sure).
I had the scan-to-pdf option, but then when I reinstalled my system it was no longer available. I tried updating Adobe Acrobat reader to v9.0 and I don't think this fixed it. But at the same time I installed the "extra" programmes of the HP Installation CD, and then the scan-to-PDF feature was back.
So basically, install the COMPLETE set of programmes on the HP installation CD seemed to fix this.
I have a HP Deskjet F2180 printer, but I suspect that the HP software is generic across alot of its product range.
If you want to scan multiple pages, go to HP Scan Pro, click on the SCAN menu, and then make sure that "Documents" is checked under "New Scan." This will allow you to scan multiple pages and it will scan black n white or color...whatever you place on the glass.
To upload scanned images to eBay, simply scan your your images first and save them as .jpg files.
Remember where you have saved them,
eg My Documents/ebayimages.
Make sure the files are not too large. If they are, you may have to resize them. Really no more than 75kB and less if you have a lot to upload for one listing. If the files are too large they will take too long to load for users with a slow internet connection.
Next. go to eBay, create your listing and click upload images. A window will open which will allow you to navigate to where you have saved your image. You can also edit the brightness and sharpness of you images in eBay.