I don't understand why, but even the newest multifunctional printers will not scan multiple pages into one file. Such a disappointment since I had 50 pages to scan into one file and ended up with 50 individual files.
Then it's a deal breaker. Do a FER and hope, but as it stands, no Xerox device does it.
I have this same problem but on an Altalink C8045. The customer wants to do the exact same thing. Problem is the Ricoh we are trying to replace has a divide by section in the original type selection and then they can select whatever they want to divide by. The customer is claiming this will be a deal breaker if they cannot do this on the Xerox.
OK thanks. That makes sense I guess. I have some basic scan sofware which has an option to split files after a given number of pages pages so I thought this might be an available feature on the MFDs given they are built for bulk processing.
If you stick 20 pages in the adf, you get one 20 page job, or 20 1 page jobs. It can't possibly know any more than that, it has no AI, it does not in any way interpret what is on the pages, its just a printer.
Now, if you are scanning the job in sections as separate scans and still getting one job in the shared folder, that would not be the default way it behaves, that means someone at your site told the printer to always add to the existing file, instead of creating a new file, so if that is your scenario you are going to have to provide more information, specifically:
1. What type of scan
2. What firmware is on the printer
3. What file type you are using
Thanks Joe but if I select "one file per page" this turns a two page document into two single page pdfs, not one 2-page pdf. So If I do this for a batch of 10 two page documents I'd get 20 pdfs not 10.
Yeah, it can be done. Open CWIS and select the Scan tab then select the template you are using and do this
Or you can do it on the fly per job