Generic separators only have one purpose: to separate documents. They don’t have any options like Standard Separators.
There is a system-defined generic separator that always appears at the top of the list of separators. It cannot be deleted or modified. To print a copy of the generic separator, select it from the list and click Print.
In addition, any separator that isn’t recognized will be treated like a generic separator. For example, if you delete a separator from the list but continue scanning with the printed copy, it will be treated like a generic separator.
Where Will the Separated Documents Go?
If the document is open in the Edit view, a generic separator will split the document at the point where the separator is located. Everything following the separator will open as a new, unsaved file. You’ll need to save the file yourself.
If the document is selected in the Manage view, everything following the separator will be copied into a new file with the same name as the original + a counter.