Thanks, Dan. I'll look for those and see if they work for me. Cindy --- Dan Beaver <dbeaver888@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi Cindy, > > Ok, here is what I have been able to determine. > > In the options there is a setting that says > something like multiple pages. > If my wife has that checked then she can open the > book and scan both pages > at once. FineReader will then split the 2 pages and > place them one after > the other instead of being side by side. > > We have also now figured out how to get it to let > her continually scan and > save in one file. There is a manual setting, I > can't remember the exact > name of the setting. She changed it from Automatic > to manual and now it > works the way we wanted. I don't know why we didn't > notice it before. > > I hope this helps you some too. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Grandma Cindy" <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx> > To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006 7:00 PM > Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Abby Fine Reader Sprint 5 > > > > Not that I know of--and that's a problem I've been > > having with Fine Reader Sprint 5. How does she get > to > > do two pages at once nd convert? > > > > When I had an older ABBY OCR I could scan and > convert > > up to 12 pages at a time and save them as a single > > document. I forget the setting for that. Sometimes > he > > OCR would freeze or crash and I'd have to do fewer > > pages. Theoretically it could do 20 pages at once > but > > practically I was never able to do that. > > > > When I got a new scanner, though, and even the old > > scanner with a new OS (I use a Mac) I have the > Fine > > Reader Sprint 5. In some ways it's quicker than > the > > older OCR but I can only scan and save one page at > a > > time. Timewise, however, that seems quicker than > then > > I was saving 10 or 12 pages. I create a new folder > and > > save the pages in that folder. Then, when I'm > > finished, I copy them one at a time onto a single > > document. > > > > NOW--this may be because I don't have the complete > > Fine Reader. I noticed in the upper right-hand > corner > > that it says Upgrade Now. When I open that I'm > told > > that I'm working with a "version distributed with > > scanners or multifinctional devices" and I should > > download a trial version of Abby Fine Reader Pro > for > > the Mac. But after a two-week trial, I'd have to > pay > > for it. I went to the site--if you don't have a > Mac > > you could probably get a Fine Reader 8. I didn't > look > > long enough to find the one for the Mac, but the 8 > > upgrade is $180, and a new 8 is $400. I think when > I > > checked for myself last time an upgrade for me > would > > cost a couple of hundred, too, and for the little > > scanning I do--just missing pages for people, > though > > once that ended up being a third of the book--I'd > > rather not spend the money. > > > > If you find a way to scan and save several pages > at a > > time, please let me know. smile > > > > Cindy > > > > --- Dan Beaver <dbeaver888@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > >> Hi all, > >> > >> My wife asked me to see if anyone out there has > any > >> ideas for her. > >> > >> She is working on scanning the meritbadge > pamphlets > >> and is also working on scanning the Anne Perry > book > >> "Tathea" that I have been interested in. > >> > >> Her question is this: > >> > >> When she scans FineReader is scanning 2 pages at > >> once just fine. However, when it is ready for > the > >> next pages it is forcing her to save what she has > >> scanned to that point in a file. Is there a way > to > >> get FineReader to scan all the pages of a book > into > >> one file instead of many files? > >> > >> We are using Abby FineReader Sprint 5.0. I know > >> this is a fairly old version of FineReader but we > >> can't afford a new version at this time. > >> > >> Thanks. > > > > > > __________________________________________________ > > Do You Yahoo!? > > Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam > protection around > > http://mail.yahoo.com > > To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email > to > > bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the > subject line. 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