I really liked the option to scan multiple pages for a single document before I created the PDF. This was a great option for ensuring I didn't have to send 10 separate PDF files at one time, but instead I could create a 10 page document.
The program also offers "Delete page" and "Delete all" options which can be used to rescan a page if that page didn't turn out correct or for deleting all of the scanned pages of your document before you turn them into a PDF file. These are more "housekeeping" type functions but the "delete page" option was a life saver when I scanned 10 pages and the 9th page didn't turn out correct; I simply deleted the page, rescanned it and then moved on.
After the pages have been scanned, I found the remaining options to be rather straightforward. For example, I could easily choose to "Clear scanned pages," "Send PDF as email" and "View PDF." This means I could create a PDF, email it, remove the original files to stop device clutter, and even view the file that I was sending, all at the same time using easy to access checkbox options.
Finally, when a PDF is created, the program includes a list of all the PDF files that were created. By clicking on a PDF file, I was brought to a screen that allowed me to manage that file. Again, these options were straightforward; "View," "Send," "Clear" and "Cancel" were the options available and they were easily accessible through large icons that were definitely finger friendly. When I chose email, I could find a contact from my address book or enter in an email address on the device and the PDF was then auto attached and sent.