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Posted on 2009-05-11
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I use Windows XP Prof and have had this scanner for a very long time.  I tried to scan a document and save it as a pdf, but the options that list of the formats do not have a pdf format option.  Am I doing something wrong or does this scanner software only scan on the those available formats which are ; (1) Image 7 Text File; (2) Image file; (3) internet file ; (4) MS Outlook; (5) MS Power Point; (6) MS outlook Express and (7) Printer.
Can anyone suggest a way around.  Thanks.
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Kamaraj Subramanian earned 500 total points
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just scan your files, after creating a scanned files, just open it and choose print and choose pdf printer in the printer choosen dialog, and press print

this will create a PDF file.

you can download a pdf printer from here

www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php
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This is the best solution.
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