Way/software to scan documents and save as both pdf and jpeg in one go

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  1. Wynona's Avatar
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    sam9 said:
    Sorry Sir, you did not get my requirement. I want to save the documents in two or more format by scanning only once. In simple way , after scanning there should be option to tick all the formats like pdf, jpeg, tiff etc.
    First, I'm not a "sir"; I'm a ma'am.

    Secondly, I did get your requirements; I thought maybe this app might meet your needs. Since I didn't find anything by searching PDF, I tried searching Jpeg to see if I could hit on anything.
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    sam9 said:
    Many documents contents become unclear ( dim, dusky ) when print to pdf.
    With the new tool in Windows 10?

    I always find it works well. Plenty of 3rd party tools as well.
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    Wynona said:
    First, I'm not a "sir"; I'm a ma'am.

    Secondly, I did get your requirements; I thought maybe this app might meet your needs. Since I didn't find anything by searching PDF, I tried searching Jpeg to see if I could hit on anything.
    Sorry Ma'am for my mistake. And thanks for trying for me.
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    cereberus said:
    You could simply save as JPG say then use print to pdf option from print menus - very quick - do it all the time.
    sam9 said:
    Many documents contents become unclear ( dim, dusky ) when print to pdf.
    Scan to photo format, then open the photo and print to PDF is the only way I know of to do it. Or, scan to PDF and export to photo. Printing a TIFF might yield better results when printing to PDF. But I am not aware of any program that scans and saves in multiple formats simultaneously.
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  5. Wynona's Avatar
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    sam9 said:
    Sorry Ma'am for my mistake. And thanks for trying for me.
    Are the documents you're working with one page, a few or many?
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    Wynona said:
    Are the documents you're working with one page, a few or many?
    One page. Mostly these are ID Cards. Educational Degrees etc.
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    simrick said:
    Scan to photo format, then open the photo and print to PDF is the only way I know of to do it. Or, scan to PDF and export to photo. Printing a TIFF might yield better results when printing to PDF. But I am not aware of any program that scans and saves in multiple formats simultaneously.
    Thanks. I will try to do as per your advise. But I am thinking that is it so difficult for software providers to implement this or no one ever thought about it. People need to save in at least two formats I.e pdf and jpeg because some departments require you to attach pdf and some want jpeg and scanning same documents two time is waste of time.
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  8. Wynona's Avatar
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    sam9 said:
    One page. Mostly these are ID Cards. Educational Degrees etc.
    OK, here's an idea for all of your one-pagers . . . put the document in the scanner, scan in one format, then scan it in the next format. It's a little more trouble that way, but you won't have to re-insert the document into the document feeder (ID cards would probably be eaten anyway!)

    As for multiple page docs, it's an easy matter to pick 'em up and re-insert them for the next format, although not the most convenient.
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  9. Wynona's Avatar
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    sam9 said:
    Thanks. I will try to do as per your advise. But I am thinking that is it so difficult for software providers to implement this or no one ever thought about it. People need to save in at least two formats I.e pdf and jpeg because some departments require you to attach pdf and some want jpeg and scanning same documents two time is waste of time.
    I would say that a push should be made to have documents between departments in one format or the other. It's utterly ridiculous that two different formats should be required!
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    Wynona said:
    OK, here's an idea for all of your one-pagers . . . put the document in the scanner, scan in one format, then scan it in the next format. It's a little more trouble that way, but you won't have to re-insert the document into the document feeder (ID cards would probably be eaten anyway!)

    As for multiple page docs, it's an easy matter to pick 'em up and re-insert them for the next format, although not the most convenient.
    At present I am doing the same but want some thing more easy by saving in one go for different format. May be if some software providers read this post and found this appeal to them.
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