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Scan a photo

What page do I open to scan a photo....I have done this before but forgotten how to....I seem to think I opened Microsoft Word and clicked on insert ?

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Hi,
Your scanner will have software that opens to allow you to scan. Look on your desktop for something that says, HP scanJet (studio?) if not then click start, all programs and look for, HP, HP ScanJet. There you will click on the software which will open & let you choose where to scan to, modifications, ect. If this helps plz rate this 'fixya', if you need more help leave a comment & I'll be happy to help. I know how frustrating it can be! Good luck.

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