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Scans ok - problem not sure where to send document - print comes out to large to email or prnt - not sure of setting? Dee

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Here is the manufactures web site for you to download the manual and or drivers for your machine from.
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Dee,
go into the menu settings of your printer, you will need to reset your unit back to factory defaults. This will restore the scan size to standards. You have some how changed your settings in your resolutuin to enlarge. See if this fixes your problem and let me know.

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How to scan documents to an email address


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If you have a Windows operating system on your computer (XP Vista, etc.,) place the document you want to scan on your scanner and turn your scanner on.

Then,go to:
Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint

1) When the Paint program opens, (on the toolbar at the top of the program) click on, 'File' then scroll down and click on, 'From Scanner or Camera'.

2) Click on the icon for your scanner, then click, 'OK'.

3) Click, 'Scan'.

4) The document will be scanned and imported into the paint program automatically.

5) Then, (again) click on, 'File' (in the toolbar) and select, 'Save As' > (name your document) > select a file on your computer to save the document in (for example: Pictures).

6) Log into your email account.

7) Click, N
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8) Then locate the word or option that reads, 'Attachment' (which will usually have a small icon of a paperclip by the side of it) and click on the word 'Attachment'.
(a window will open)

9) Find the button in the window that reads: 'Browse'. Click on the 'Browse' button and locate the file where your scanned document was saved > and click on it. (this should attach the file to your email.)

For large documents and files, if your email provider doesn't allow large documents or files, you can email them with yahoo. After composing your email, look to (your) bottom left of the page you are going to email and click on, 'Attach Large Files'

- you'll have to click, 'Accept the first time' then attach your file and click, 'Send'. That's all there is to it.




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I scanned a document, but when I go to attach the file, it stays in attaching files forever??


Greg, Do you mean that when you want to send it by email it keeps attaching the file forever? If yes then check the size of the scanned document. What happens is that the moment you attach a document to an email Windows start sending it to the email server and that takes time as uploading is slower than downloading. And if the file a large one as scanned documents can be, then it will take that much longer. Try a smaller document first. Size wise small document. If that works fine then you can try larger documents. yes it may be time consuming but there is no price for mental satisfaction. To reduce the size of the scanned document, reduce the pixels in settings of the scanner. or reduce the page size. You will find the document reduced many times over.

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Try increasing the "max email size" -or turning it off all together.
I'm going by my own memory, so, you may have to do some browsing of settings, but I believe the setting is under: "User tools", "Scanner features", "send settings", (or some similar button under scanner features). There you should see a setting for Max. email size (or similar). The default is 2048kb.....try increasing it to whatever you want- maybe 4000-5000kb, and check the results.
Usually the machine will stop scanning when it reaches the max size, so I'm not sure if this is the problem, or if we are talking about very large files that actually exceed your emails capacity to allow an email of this size? How large are these files once scanned that you are talking about? What is your scanner's resolution set at? 200dpi is more than sufficient for text. You can check that at the same location as above only select "scan settings", "default settings". If resolution is set to 400 or 600 dpi the files will become MUCH larger than they need to be.
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If this is already done then :-
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5]Open it and click "next"

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First time scanning


greetings.

To send copy of printed documents to others, follow the steps below.

1. use your scanner to scan your printed documents, save it to jpg format.

2. Use your email to send the pictures.

login to your email
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I want to scan and email a document from my new HP DESKJET F4280 printer. I can scan it, and then I try to share it, but when I hit the send button it says there is no internet connection. Am I right in...


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