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It sounds like you are combining too problems into one. You can attach any file to an email. However if that file is a type that your computer is not aware of (ie. you don't have software that uses that kind of file) you will get a application association error.
Computers use the last three letters of the file name after the "." to determine the file type....it's also called an extension. This comes from the old DOS days and is still in effect today, (sort of). It's getting increasingly difficult to see the extension of a particular file in Vista for instance.
In any case if you want to scan an image and attach it to an email you must first get the scanned image in a file format that most computers can understand, for instance a .jpg format (JPEG) or .pdf (Adobe Acrobat). You can usually change the file type in your scanning software as an option. Perhaps a "Save As" function exists under a file menu?
Once you get the file in a folder (ie. "My Documents") you can then open your email software, create a new message and use the attach file button, select the file and it should attach.
Hope that was helpful,
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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