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I am unsure as to how to use my scanner to send a copy of a printed document to an individual

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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
compose or create the message
attached the images
send.

Hope that helps.

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