Double click printer icon on desktop, Select Scan a Document or Photo, Put the first page on the glass (face down), Check options (size, dpi ...), and select Scan document to file, Click Scan - machine will scan the first page Remove the first page on the glass, put the second page, Click + (plus sign) It sits on the left hand side of a red x Machine will scan the second page, put 3rd page on the glass and click + again ..... to the end then click Save Click Done after Save
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This would work if you only had 2 or 3 pages. But I"m trying to scan in dozens of pages via the document scanner, and can't figure out how to get them to become one single .pdf. I'd even take one single .jpg if I could, and then convert THAT into a .pdf afterwards. But lifting the cover and positioning individiual sheets to be scanned, page after page, is just inefficient. Help!!!!
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