When trying to create multiple page pdf using Adobe Acrobat 7.0 and HP Officejet 7210 AIO after scaning the first page the page is presented on screeen for adjustment of margins. If I accept the first page as being ok the remainder sheets do not adjust accordingly. What settings do I need to adjust so that all sheets appear the same and print the same.
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1 Position the first page of your document on the flatbed scanner and close the lid.
2 In Adobe Acrobat, under the File menu, choose "Create PDF", then "From Scanner" and then "Custom Scan."
3 In the Scan dialog box, choose your configuration settings. This will vary based on the nature of the document you wish to scan (e.g. color or black & white, images or text).
4 Click "Scan."
5 When the scanning process is complete, Acrobat will ask you if you wish to scan more pages into the file. If you do, position the next page on the flatbed scanner and click "Scan More Pages." Otherwise, click "Scan Is Complete."
6 Repeat the above steps as necessary to scan a multi-page document.
YES, I have the same scanner. You have to have adobe acrobat full version, not just the reader. with the full version you can create .PDF's with as many pages as you want. You can also combine two .PDF's into one if you wanted but you will need to purchase the full version of adobe acrobat.
It is possible to scan different batches
scanned from the ADF into one PDF file. When loading more pages in the
ADF after the first realm is finished, it asks if you want to continue
scanning to the same file. After that, it will continue scanning to the
same file. However, this feature can be selected in the Adobe Acrobat
application itself. From HP software, if we load the paper after one
realm of paper in the ADF is finished, it will scan the second realm to
a different file.
If you want to continue scanning to the
same file, you need to have either Acrobat Exchange or Adobe Acrobat
installed on the computer. Adobe Reader will not provide this feature.
After installing either Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Exchange, perform the following steps to scan pages to a single file:
Make sure your scanner is turned on.
Start Acrobat Exchange or Adobe Acrobat.
Put the document into the scanner (usually face down on the scan bed).
In Adobe Acrobat, click File
, then Import
, and Scan
Select the device and whether you are scanning a single- or double-sided document.
The scanning software opens and the scanner completes a preview scan.
When the preview scan comes up, make any adjustments you would
like, including selecting the area you want to appear in the final
. This will get the final scan into the computer.
Your scanning software should take you back to Adobe Acrobat.
In Adobe Acrobat, you should see a small window asking you if you
want to scan another page. If the document you are scanning has more
than one page, click the Next Page
button. If this is the only page, click Done
Scanning multiple pages
causes each page to append to the previously scanned page. If you have
multiple pages, but want them to be in different files, click Done
after each page to create separate files.
When you have scanned the last page, click Done
on the window described in step 10.
Your scanned pages will open in Adobe Acrobat. Scroll through to make sure that everything is there.
, and then Save As
to name your file and save it.
I also was not able to copy, scan or fax multiple pages through the ADF of our HP Officejet 7210 AIO, but it would print well from the computer.
It would either grab several pages at once, or not grab paper at all. The device was trying to work but had poor traction action. Not sure if that's the same issue you are facing, but if it is, this is what fixed my 7210: I purchased part number C7309-60091 which is the feed roller assembly, and part number C7309-60076 which is the separation pad from Encompass Parts, and replaced them. The ADF works great now. The HP Officejet 7210 had only 5,000 pages printed on it, so I chalked it up to our very dry atmosphere here.
Open your Adobe Acrobat (e.g., 9.0 Pro), load your pages into the document feeder (fewer than 30 at a time), then ask Adobe Acrobat to create PDF from scanner (File/Create PDF/From Scanner). Canon MP530 as the scanner and click OK. Works like a charm!
I have the same problem. What I've been doing is scanning each page individually and then cropping them with Photoshop before importing them into Acrobat as a group. My HP 2840 AIO is scanning them into A4 format, and in order to correct that, I've tried what HP online chat assistance suggested: re-installing the software; but I still have the same problem. They then told me it must be my operating system. When support troubleshooters pass the buck, technology simply stops working. If this doesn't solve your problem, please let us know.