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how to scan multiple pages in a file by 1050?

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Any one help me ? how to scan multiple pages in a file by  1050 ?

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Hi,

Open the HP Software and selet Scan a Document or Photo.

Select the PDF option, ensure the Show Preview option is checked and make sure to set the resolution as 300 DPI or below.

Click Scan and use the Plus button to add additional pages.

 

Once you are done scanning, click save and the pages shoud be saved into a single PDF file.



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I don't see a plus button to add additional pages for the HP 1056. Does anyone know if there is one?

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