Scan Multiple Pages to a PDF File

You can scan multiple pages of a document, magazine, or newspaper and save them as one PDF file on your computer. Epson Scan displays an editing page so you can view the pages as you scan them and reorder, rotate, or delete them as necessary.
Place your original document or photo on the scanner. See the booklet for details.
Start Epson Scan. See one of these sections for instructions.
You see an Epson Scan window.
Select the basic settings for the type of original(s) you are scanning, then select the destination setting for the way you will use your image(s). See Selecting Basic Settings.
If you want to change the scan mode, see Changing the Scan Mode.
Click the Preview button to preview your image(s), then select your scan area. See Previewing and Adjusting the Scan Area".
If you are using the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), the ADF loads your first document page, then Epson Scan prescans it and displays it in the Preview window. The ADF then ejects your first page.
Place your first document page on top of the rest of the pages, then load the entire document (up to 30 pages) into the ADF.
Click the Scan button. The File Save Settings window appears.
Select PDF as the Type setting. The current Paper Size, Orientation, Margin, and Compression Level setting are displayed below it.
If you need to change any of the current PDF settings, click the Options button. You see the Epson PDF Plug-in Settings window.
Select the settings that match your document and click OK. You return to the File Save Settings window.
When you are finished selecting file settings, click OK. Epson Scan scans your page and displays this window.
If you are scanning multiple pages from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), all pages on the ADF are scanned automatically.
If you are only scanning one document page, or you don’t need to edit your pages, click Save File and go to step 12.
If you want to scan more pages, click Add page and reset the documents on the document table or ADF and click Scan. Repeat this step if necessary. When you are finished, click Edit page and go to step 10.
Repeating this step, you can scan up to 100 pages of a document at a time.
You see the Editing Page window displaying thumbnail images of each scanned page.
The Editing Page window displays thumbnails of each scanned page. You can use the tools below the Editing Page window to select, rotate, reorder, and delete pages in your document. Click the Help button for details.
If you want to include all the document pages in your PDF file as they currently look, go to step 11.
If you do not need to include some of the pages, click the odd pages or even pages icons, or click the individual pages you do not need. Then click the delete icon to delete them.
If you want to rotate pages, click the pages or use the  odd pages,  even pages, or  all pages icon to select the pages. Then click the  left or  right rotate icon to rotate them.
The  delete icon is not available when all document pages are selected.
When you have finished editing your document pages, click OK. Your document is saved as a PDF file in Pictures or My Pictures folder and you return to the Epson Scan window.
Click Close to exit Epson Scan.