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How can I scan multiple pages at a time and save them as individual documents?

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HP Officejet Pro 8610
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Hello!

 

I recently discovered that my printer, the HP Officejet Pro 8610 can scan multiple pages at a time in the document feeder that I previously thought was only for making copies.  I installed HP Smart and was successfully able to scan a stack of documents at a time, only to find out that there is no option to save various pages as separate files.  I looked around on the forums here for a solution, to find that HP Smart is apparently incapable of saving the documents separately, and that I need to download and install a separate software, HP Scan.  The problem being, I can't find an individual download for HP Scan anywhere, and when I download the "HP OfficeJet Pro 8610 e-All-in-One Printer series / HP OfficeJet 8600 Series Printer Full Feature Software and Drivers" HP Scan is not one of the included applications.

How can I scan multiple documents at a time, and then save each page as a separate file to my computer?

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@harry_the_3rd 

 

Odd, I should think that HP Scan as you describe it should be in your Full Feature Software.

So...

 Try adding the following nice "subset"...

HP Scan Extended

  • Download-Save-Install >  HP Scan Extended 
  • HPSE is a subset an older Full Feature Software suite. 
  • HPSE features are very similar to the HP Scan Software released after 2015.
  • Although HPSE appears to be a separate software, HPSE is dependent on the infrastructure provided by the Full Feature Software.  The Full Feature Software for your printer should be installed before installing and using HPSE.
  • OPTIONAL:  Add HP Scan Extended shortcut to Taskbar / Send to Desktop / Pin to Start
    • Open File Explorer > Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\HP Scan Extended\bin
    • Right-Click HPScan.exe > Select Pin to Taskbar
    • Right-Click HPScan.exe > Select Send to Desktop (Create a Shortcut)
    • Right-Click HPScan.exe > Select Pin to Start

 

  • HP Scan Extended features include (and are not limited to): Single, Multiple scans, Image and PDF scans, Email as PDF / JPEG, Source selection, Page Size choices include Auto-Detect (extracts image / document boundary).  Might include OCR (Save as Editable Text).

 

A couple of examples

Main Menu and More > Destination 

HPSE_Scan-to-PDF_1HPSE_Scan-to-PDF_1

 

HPSE_Scan-to-PDF_1EHPSE_Scan-to-PDF_1E

 

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