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05-01-2012 09:08 AM
how do I get a multiple page scan instead of each page individually? Envy D110, windows XP
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05-01-2012 10:30 AM
In order to scan multiple pages into a single file, make sure to launch the scan from the PC and not from the Device:
- From the Desktop, click the HP Envy 110 Icon.
- Under Scanner Action, click the Scan a Document or Photo link.
- From the left pane, Select Document to File (The PDF icon) and click Scan..
- Use the Plus button to scan additional pages.
- Once completing to scan any of the pages, click the Save button to finalize the scan job.
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09-08-2012 08:54 AM
I HAVE AN ENVY 110. I GO THROUGH ALL OF THE STEPS THROUGH #3. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO PLUS BUTTON TO SCAN ADDITIONAL PAGES. I HAVE LOOKED EVERYWHERE! WHERE IS THE PLUS BUTTON?
10-01-2012 04:10 PM
To all of you who can't find the Plus (Add/Remove) buttons, I went through the same thing. Shlomi finally was able to help. Even HP Tech Support couldn't help when I called in in frustration. The steps Shlomi gave me were:
Open HP Software
Click Scan a Document or Photo
Select save as PDF and ensure you check Show Scan Preview
SET THE RESOLUTION AS 300 DPI OR BELOW AND CLICK THE SCAN BUTTON
If the resolution for the Save as PDF option is configured for a higher resolution, the Plus (Add/Remove) buttons don't appear. Go figure! However, here is your next surpirse - once you've done that and you've added all of the pages you want to save in your document and you're looking at 2, 3 or whatever # of pages, when you click on Save, it still saves every page as a single document. I have tried and tried to figure out how to get more than one page into one document & am now being told I need to completely remove & re-install the full feature software & drivers. Absolutely ridiculous! No wonder HP is in trouble!!!!
10-02-2012 01:43 AM
10-02-2012 08:36 AM
Can you tell me all of your settings? I can get the multiple page scans, but when I save the document, it saves each page, individually, and not in one document. It may be that I will have to remove and reinstall, but I'd rather avoid that. Thanks.
11-12-2012 11:28 AM
After reading all the posts on this topic, I was still confused. But piecing together the advice posted, here is the sequence of steps I took to make it work on my setup. Thanks for all the tips that got me to this point.
How to scan multiple pages into one document with the Envy 110.
On the Desktop: Select the Windows7 Start button (round Windows logo lower left). Then:
- Select All Programs
- Select HP file
- Select HP Envy 110 Series
- Select HP Scan -- this will open a dialog box on your desktop from which you will operate the entire scanning function (do not use the touch screen on the printer)
On the Envy 110 Printer: Place the first page of your document on the printer glass to prepare for scanning.
On the Desktop: In the dialog box "HP Scan – HP 110 Series"
- Select" Document to File"
- Then select "Scan" at the bottom of the page
(Note: Under "Advanced Settings" on this dialog box, there is a check box to “Create a separate file for each scanned page.” Make sure this box is not checked.)
Once the Scan button is selected on the desktop, the HP Envy printer will begin scanning the first page and the next dialog box will appear for you to manage the scrolling process and access the all-important + button.
After the first page is scanned:
On the Envy 110 Printer:
- Remove the first page from the glass and place the second page on the glass for scanning.
On the Desktop: When the next page is positioned for scanning,
- Press the + button on the dialog box/window, which will prompt the HP printer to begin scanning the next page. (Note: You will see the page count on the right side of the + button accumulate each time you scan a new page.)
- Continue to repeat the prior two steps until all pages are scanned
- Once all pages are scanned, select the Save button on the dialog box, you will have the opportunity to name the scanned document's filename and location.
- The HP dialog box/window will automatically close and the process is complete.
This process requires a lot of attention and it is not ideal if you have a frequent need to scan multiple pages into a single document. But for occasional needs, it works fine.