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Hi--I am scanning pages on a flat bed scanner, so each page is turned into a separate pdf. I need to put them together into one document, but doing the obvious (combine into one document) options isn't working. Suggestions? Thanks!--Educator
Julie Pantelick 541 days ago
You can either scan directly into Adobe Acrobat and add new scanned pages to an existing document, or you can take all your individual pages and combine them in Acrobat. Which Acrobat version do you have?
Hi, I have adobe acrobat X-Pro
In Acrobat X Pro, when you bring up the Scan dialog (File>Create>PDF From Scanner), you can pick to either create a new document, or append to the current file or portfolio. If you append, you don't have to merge your document after you scan your individual page.
If you already have your single page PDF documents, use "File>Create>Combine Files into a SIngle PDF", then make sure that "Single PDF" is selected at the top of the page, add your files to the list. I usually select the largest document icon in the file size selection to retain the scan quality. If you are already using this, what is not working?
Karl Heinz Kremer Commented 541 days ago | Report
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