Scanning a document


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Scanning a document

Now let's take a look at the basics of using a scanner with your computer, once you've connected the scanner and have installed the drivers and software. Most likely your scanner software came with its own scanning and image editing applications, but since there are so many types of scanners and scanning software, we are going to use the scanning application built into Window 7 Professional Enterprise and Ultimate. If you don't have any of those versions of Windows, you can still take the principles covered here and apply them to other scanning software as well. Let's begin by clicking the Start button > All Programs, and then finding Windows Fax and Scan.

This is the built-in app for faxing and scanning documents in Windows. To start scanning, click the Scan button in the lower left-hand corner to go the scanning portion of the application and then click New Scan. That opens the New Scan window. First make sure your scanner's name appears up here at the top of the...

Scanning a document
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Scanning a document provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Computer Literacy for Windows 7

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