We’ve all been there before. You need to send a document via email, but it’s in paper form. So you scan it, attach the PDF to your email, and hit send. But then you realize you need to send another document. And then another. Before you know it, you’re scanning and attaching 10 different PDFs to a single email thread. It’s tedious and time-consuming, not to mention a bit of a pain for the person on the receiving end. So what’s the solution? How can you send multiple scanned documents via email without going crazy? In this blog post, we’ll show you a few different methods for sending multiple scanned documents via email. From scanning directly to your email account to using an app or service like Adobe Scan or Office Lens, we’ll cover all the bases.

Why You Might Want To Send Multiple Scanned Documents Via Email

There are a few reasons you might want to send multiple scanned documents via email. Perhaps you need to send a bunch of documents for a project you’re working on, or maybe you want to send a bunch of scanned images as attachments in an email. Whatever the reason, it’s easy to do!

To start, make sure all of the documents you want to scan are in one location. This can be on your computer, or even just gathered together on a flat surface. Once they’re all together, open your scanner and begin scanning each document, one at a time. Save each document as it is scanned; you can name them whatever you’d like, but we recommend something simple and straightforward like “document1,” “document2,” and so on.

Once all of your documents have been scanned and saved, open your email client and create a new message. In the body of the message, write whatever text you like; this is where you’ll explain why you’re sending these scanned documents. Then, click the “Attach” button (or icon) and select all of the scanned documents you saved earlier. Finally, add any recipients’ email addresses and hit “Send”!

And that’s all there is to it! By following these simple steps, you can easily send multiple scanned documents via email without any trouble at all.

How to Send Multiple Scanned Documents Via Email?

Assuming you have already installed a scanner on your computer:

  1. Open the scanner software. This will vary depending on what brand and model of scanner you have.
  2. Load the documents you wish to scan into the scanner. Make sure they are placed in the correct orientation for scanning.
  3. Select the option to scan multiple pages into one document. This will usually be an option under “File Type” or “Document Type.”
  4. Begin scanning the documents. Once all pages have been scanned, save the file to your computer.
  5. Open your email client and create a new message.
  6. Attach the file you just saved from your scanner to the email message.
  7. Enter the email address of the recipient and any other relevant information, then send the message as you normally would.

Tips for Sending Multiple Scanned Documents Via Email

Sending multiple scanned documents via email can be tricky. Here are some tips to make sure your documents arrive safely:

  1. Make sure each document is scanned at a high resolution. This will ensure that the recipient can read the document clearly.
  2.  File size is important when sending scanned documents via email. Make sure each document is no larger than 2MB to avoid any issues with attachment limits.
  3. Zip all of the files into one compressed folder before attaching them to your email. This will make it easier for the recipient to download and open the documents.
  4. Include a brief message in your email explaining what is included in the attachment. This will help the recipient know what to expect and save time opening each individual file.

How to Email Multiple Pages in an Attachment?

Assuming you have already scanned the pages you want to email as attachments, open your email client and create a new message. Then, follow these steps:

  • Click the “Attach” icon in the email composition window. This will open a file explorer window.
  • Navigate to the location of the scanned pages on your computer.
  • Select all of the pages you want to email by clicking on them while holding down the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard.
  • Click “Open” to add the selected pages as attachments to your email message.
  • Compose your message and click “Send” when you’re finished.

How to Open DOCX Pages?

There are a few ways that you can open DOCX pages. One way is to use Microsoft Word. Another way is to use LibreOffice Writer. If you have neither of those programs, you can try using an online converter like Zamzar (www.zamzar.com).

If you have Microsoft Word:

  1. Open Microsoft Word.
  2. Click on “File” in the top left corner.
  3. Select “Open.”
  4. Locate the DOCX file you want to open and click on it once to select it.
  5. Click on the “Open” button in the bottom right corner of the window.
  6.  The DOCX file should now be open in Microsoft Word!

If you don’t have Microsoft Word:

  1. Go to www.libreoffice.org in your web browser and click on the “Download” button near the top of the page.
  2. Choose your operating system from the drop-down menu and click on the corresponding download link below it (e.g., if you’re using Windows, click on the link next to “Windows x86″).
  3. Once the download is finished, double-click on the LibreOffice installer file and follow the prompts to install LibreOffice on your computer (you can keep all of the default settings).
  4. Open LibreOffice Writer by clicking on its shortcut icon (it will be located in your start menu or on your desktop, depending on your operating system).
  5. Click on “File” in the top left corner.
  6. Select “Open.”
  7. Locate the DOCX file you want to open and click on it once to select it.
  8. Click on the “Open” button in the bottom right corner of the window.
  9. The DOCX file should now be open in LibreOffice Writer!

Conclusion

There are a few different ways that you can send multiple scanned documents via email, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. If you’re not sure which method is right for you, try out a few and see which one works best for your needs.

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