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Re: PDF file from email to folder
It depends on your specific email client. For example, in Outlook you would right-click the file and Save As... and browse to the folder where you would like to save it. It's different for some web email clients...if you could post specifics I could help you more in that area.
I don't believe we have the ability to upload files to the clients here, aside from small image files and youtube clips; however, is the pdf file available where the user could download it from the Internet? If so, you could post a link to the pdf file for them. I could assist you with that as well. Also, if it's fairly short, you could cite the source and copy the portion of text you need and paste it into the Solutions window (giving credit to the author of course).
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First, save the attachment to a folder on your computer. If you do not have a PDF reader program installed on you computer, you will have to do this. Google "Free PDF Reader" and select and install the one you want.
Once it is installed, it may prompt you to accept it as the default PDF reader. Answer 'yes' if this is fine for you. Finally, run the program, and open the PDF file from the folder where you saved it.
Place your document in the scanner and choose a low resolution. Although scanners allow you to choose a high resolution, that feature is better suited for transferring photographs into your computer for editing. For documents, a resolution of 100 dpi (dots per inch) is a good choice.
Open your computer's Control Panel and select the "Scanners and Cameras" icon to open the scanner wizard. Follow the instructions to choose a location to save your scanned document. Create a new folder on your desktop, making it easy to locate the file later. Scan as many documents as needed to this folder.
Use your email account and create a new message, inserting your intended recipient's email address in the "Send to" field. You must type in the email address exactly.
Look at the top of your email window to find the "Insert" menu. When you click on it, a drop-down menu will appear, select the "Attach a File" option and choose the location of your document.
Highlight the desired document in the folder and double-click on it to attach it to your email message. Check to be sure the document attaches by looking for the file name in the "Attach" box above your text.
Repeat Steps 1 to 5 if you need to attach more documents. Send your email as usual.
you should first right click on yoru destop and find "NEW" click on "make new folder", then type a name for the folder (anything you want). Now go to your scanner software and find the preferences and tell it to save scanned documents to your NEW folder. another option is to simply scan a document and when its done, click "file, save as" and save it to your new folder. When you are done scanning, open your email program and type in the email address to where you want to send the documents. when you are done typing the "subject" and a short note to whomever the mail is too, go to "insert" or "attachments" (varies depending on you email program). find the folder with your documents in it and hold down the "Cntrl"key and then click each file you wish to include. then click "ok" and all the files should now be attached to your email. BE AWARE, there may be a limit to how much data you can include in your email. If your email provider rejects your message due to file size being too large, simply send the files one at a time in multiple emails. There are also options out there (too numerous to list) that will allown you to send large files that are too big for your email program. I hope I haven't confused you. Good luck
I'm assuming it is a photo you wish to email? First you need to SCAN it into your computer where you will save it to a folder, remembering the folder name.
Then you open up the program you use for email and look for "attach file selection". In Outlook it is under INSERT, in other programs including webmail like gmail it will say something like "attatch file". Browse to where you saved the photo, and choose it.
Note that often just scanning a photo print can make a huge file size which may be too large for sending. Various email servers have limits on the size of email you can send.
There are other ways of getting a photo scanned and emailed often involving right clicking which pops up menus that say something like "email file". However how and where that is various from pc to pc depending on the printer and programs you have. The method above works for all types.
If you know how to send an email, the rest is easy..
Firstly, save your winfax document into your "my documents" folder and make sure you remember the file name. Setup your email as you want it then click on the "add attachment" button at the top of the screen (this depends on which email system you are using but most attachments can be added from the new email screen).
In hotmail and windows live, use the attach button and select file. In outlook and outlook express, use the attach button on the top toolbar. Click on file and a dialog box will open asking for the file you wish to attach. Use the box to navigate to your my documents folder and then select the winfax file you saved earlier. If the file is not showing, click on the file type box and select all files. once you have found your winfax file, select it and click on "ok" or "attach". Wait for the system to upload your file and then click on "send"..
You're done !!!
Just scan the file, use save as, choose file type,name and then location to save file, to (folder) you created in My Documents ,ie; Temp (folder).Later when sending e-mail attach file to message by clicking attachments browses to My Documents, Temp click file then attach file.It is now attached to your message.If you can save as PDF file do it ,it will be easier for person receiving.Good Luck.
In most cases, you want to scan to file and save the file in a folder of your choice. I have a 7310 xi all in one and I have a folder on my desktop named scans. When I scan a pic or document I save it as a jpg (pic) file or a PDF (document) file to that folder. Then when I email someone, I attach the file using the attach button on the email page.
with a cam connected to ur pc and quick time installed you open the program and record when done save your file to folder .in email type your message then click add attachment or attach and a search folder comes up to locate where the file you want to attach is located.locate the file and click ok ...click attach and email will load file when loaded send mail...done
Try checking the file association. Open the Control Panel, Click on Folder Options, Select the File Types tab, Scroll down to locate the PDF extension, Select the PDF extension, Look below in the Details for PDF extension and select Change, locate and select Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader, then make sure there is a check mark in the "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file", Click on OK and then close.
Ok, you should be able to download a manual for your printer in adobe photoshop as a pdf and save it for your desktop, then put it on a cd or leave it on your desktop, or even print it from your desktop. SCanning should not be hard, place your document face down on the scan plate, close lid, if your pc has a scan button press it, or you could open your printers program on the desktop if it has one and choose scan from here. Once you have it scanned the right way you want it, ie you can enlarge or shrink etc to fit email save it to your documents folder or your desktop. Now open your email program and choose new email, add details as per who you are sending it to, and a subject line, now up the top it says insert... click on this and scroll to file. Now browse for your fax where you saved it, and attach it as a file attatchment. Now send it!