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kaika313 Valued Member
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WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi,

 

is it possible to remove blank pages from a document (PDF) while scanning with a 6605?

I know that there is this option for newer and bigger machines but I'm guessing if it's possible to set it also for this model.

 

Thank you

 

Regards

 

 

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gabiene Valued Contributor
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi,

This option for your machine works just in B/W or Grayscale mode.

 

Gabi

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kaika313 Valued Member
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi gabiene,

 

thank you.

Where do I find this option?

 

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gabiene Valued Contributor
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi,

On CWIS go to Properties>Services>Scan to>Setup>Defaults>Layout adjustment>Blank pages management.

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kaika313 Valued Member
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi, 

 

I cannot see this option, could you please send me a screenshot of the CWIS?

 

Thank you

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gabiene Valued Contributor
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi,

I have not a image with 6605, but I have from WC7225 and I supposeBlank pages.png is like that.

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Analyst Nation Moderator Joe053204-xrx
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Sorry gabiene, you are confusing the 6605 with the 6655 (Connectkey)

The 6605 has no such feature and has a very different interface in CWIS

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gabiene Valued Contributor
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Re: WorkCentre 6605 - remove blank pages scanning

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Hi Joe,

Yes you have right! Sorry for confusing!

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