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pipolo
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Scanning a document of 8 pages into one document to laptop

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HP Photosmart 5520
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Trying to scan  an 8 page document to my laptop. How do i get the separate 8 pages into one document on laptop.?

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sabretooth04
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Using HP Scan just make sure you have the settings correct.

 

HP Seperatefileforeachpage.jpg

 

Make sure the box is unchecked for Seprate file for each scanned page.

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Hi,

Please try the following steps for HP Photosmart 5520:

  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, - note: dpi must be 300 or under
  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

Or try HP Scan Extended using the following software

     ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/scanners/HPScanExt/HPScanExt.msi

Once it's downloaded and installed, for Windows 10:

(a) Hit Win key,
(b) Scroll down to HP group/folder,
(c) Double click "HP Scan Extended"

Regards.

BH
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