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can I scan multiple pages at one time with an HP F4180? If so, How to do? Thanks

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@captng1

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community.

 

Save multiple pages or photos into one PDF file using HP Scan. You must have Adobe Reader software installed on the computer. Go to Get Adobe Reader to install the software.

NOTE: 

HP Scan does not support adding multiple JPEG, PNG, or TIFF photos into a single file. You must save photos in PDF format to save them all in one file.

  1. Check the following requirements for multi-page scanning into one PDF file:

    • To save multiple photos into one file, you must use the PDF document-related shortcuts.

    • Use a resolution setting of 300 DPI or lower.

  2. Search Windows for HP, and then select your printer.

    HP Printer Assistant opens.

  3. Click Scan, and then click Scan a Document or Photo.

    HP Scan opens.

  4. In HP Scan, select the Save as PDF or Document to File shortcut.

    • If , click Save. All pages save into a single file.scanned multiple pages from the ADFyou

    • If you scanned from the scanner glass, load the next page or photo on the glass. Click the plus button  or  in the HP Scan preview window to scan the next item. Repeat this step until all pages or photos are scanned, and then click Save.

  5. Select PDF in the Save as type menu.

  6. Change the file name and the folder you want to save the scan to, and then click Save.

Refer this HP document for more assistance:- Click here

 

Let me know if this helps.

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Hi Sandytechy20,

Thanks for your help. It appears the first option in step 4 is missing some type? Do I have to scan 1 page at a time from the glass, or is there a feeder on this machine? Sorry, I have never used it and have no instructions. 

Also, I had forgotten my password for this site, and requested to change it. After changing and when trying to log on, it asked me to choose a screen name. I already had one, and when entering it it tells me that name is taken? Yeah, by me!  Is would not let me enter without now selecting a new screen name. I don't get it???

Thanks,

Captng1

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@Gary7878

 

Welcome to the HP support community.

 

Note: Please ensure the complete product name/number for a quicker response from the community, as we need to know what we are dealing with to provide an accurate solution:

Click here for steps on finding the information we need!

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