FineReader features a special scanning mode for convenient multi-page document scanning: Scan Multiple Images. You may scan as many pages as you wish in this mode. However, note the following:
If you have a large number of pages to scan, there are two ways in which you can do this: using a scanner with an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) or one without.
If you are using the FineReader interface, select the Use ADF option in the Scanner Settings dialog (menu Tools>Scanner Settings) and then select File>Scan Multiple Images to start scanning multiple images.
If you are using the TWAIN-Source interface, select the Use ADF option in the TWAIN dialog of your scanner (keep in mind that this option may be named differently depending on the scanner model used; consult your scanner documentation for the exact procedure) and then select File>Scan Multiple Images to start scanning.
If you are using the FineReader interface
Select the Scan Multiple Images item in the File menu
If you are using a flatbed scanner without an ADF, to increase productivity try using one of the following two methods:
When you have finished scanning your pages, select the Stop scanning item in the File menu.
If you are using the TWAIN-Source interface
Scan your page, insert another page into your scanner and click the Scan button in the TWAIN dialog of your scanner to continue scanning.
When you have finished scanning your pages, click the Close or other scanner-specific button in the TWAIN dialog of your scanner.
Tip: To have greater control over the quality of your scanned images, select the Open image during scanning option on the Scanning tab (Tools>Options). As a result, each scanned page will be opened in the Image window immediately after it has been scanned. If you believe the image has been scanned incorrectly, halt the scanning process (click on Stop Scanning in the File menu) and re-scan the image.
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