Scanning multiple pages to one file

I have a C310a All in One printer/scanner.  My computer uses OS X 10.9 and all the drivers are updated.  Is there a way to scan multiple pages to one file.  I have tried the three methods mentioned in the HP bulletin for Mavericks but I can only scan one page to one file extension.

Welcome to the forums @BPGeneva ,
I understand you are looking to do a multiple page scan and save it as one file. I will do my best to help! The full driver for the C310a is not available with Mavericks. In having said that,  you can try using Image Capture to scan multi-page documents.
Click this link and have a look at PrintDoc's suggestion: Re: Scanning multiple pages into one file using MAC
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