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The 'PDF Document Scanner' did well with scanning several pages through my scanner's feeder, however when I try to save the file, it doesn't actually save as a PDF. Two pages saved within a single file with no file type recognized by Windows 10.

After selecting either 'save project' or 'save selected pages' (I tried both), I get to a save dialog box where I can set the file name, but the "save as type" part the only option is "all types". Even if I name the file and end with .pdf in the file name, it will not save as a PDF. Windows won't recognize it as a PDF with my default reader (Foxit). I can open it with the Adobe Acrobat reader, but I cannot figure out why Windows 10 won't recognize it natively as a PDF. I have registered as premium and that did not make a difference.


3mo ago

mblitch

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