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MX 700 scans appear too small in Emails

When I Email a scan on my MX700, it appears very small when the email is opened. Is there a way to have it 'open' full size?

It prints full size when the printing dialogue box pops up and I 'click- print full size'.

thanks, Denis

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  • D. Kansier Dec 10, 2008

    Thanks, I am using Outlook Express.

  • D. Kansier Dec 11, 2008

    Thanks, I'll start to look how to set it up that way when I scan.

  • gremlin11
    gremlin11 May 11, 2010

    Foothill,



    This is an issue with your email setup, not with the printer. What email program are you using?



    Gremlin 11

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This is a configeration issue with the appearence of the email within outlook express. It is quite normal to have this kind of appearence. The issue is in the way you present the attachment in the email. If you set it up as an attachment than you may not see the image at all, however if it is included in the body of the email, you will be able to see the image, but the image will never be full screen size as this is the way outlook express works. to get around this, set up your email through word as a full picture and email directly from word.

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Posted on Dec 10, 2008

  • gremlin11
    gremlin11 Dec 11, 2008

    See how you go and if you are still having issues please let me know.



    Please take a moment to rate my assistance



    Kind regards

    Gremlin11

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