How do you scan and email a document on the HP Deskjet F4200?
We scan and get the document, and ends up in ''My files'' folder in our Windows Explorer. But then it gives you no options for emailing it. Where do we send the scanned document in our computer so that we will have the option of emailing it to someone?
In short, how do we scan a document and email it to someone?
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Just open an email & address it as usuall, now, at the top of the email you will see an icon that looks like a peperclip, click on that, a box opens & you just navigate to the file using the browse button. When you click on the file it will show up in your email uner 'subject'. If you don't see a paperclip then look for the word 'insert', this will do the same thing. Good luck. If this helps you plz rate this 'fixya'. If you need further help leave a comment & I'll be happy to walk you through it. Thank you kindly.
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Click on HP director to start it up. Look for "HP Director" on your
desktop (the screen in front of you). It is usually an icon that
materializes after you install your printer. (It may look slightly
different with different models.
2. Scan the document by clicking "Scan."
3. Select "Save to File." (You can set up a folder ahead of time so you
know where to find the document or photos once they are scanned). Often
times the computer will create a default "scanned documents" folder and organize them by saving them on the date scanned.
4.Click scan and then wait for box to appear.
software will prompt you to save the file. Put it in the folder you
created (you can see the path/folder). Give it a name you will
6.Then click "Save"to finalize it. The document should be in the folder that you designated.
A lot of HP Deskjet F4200 Series All-in-One printer users complain about the installation problem experienced with this product, especially those using the Windows XP operating system. The driver installs perfectly; it performs the alignment and prints the test page. But as soon as you print a document, photo, or anything from the computer, the printer fails and says "The program has encountered a problem and needs to close". When you go to the printer properties, you'll get a message: Function address 0x500a0490 caused a protection fault. (Exception code 0xc0000005) Some or all property page(s) may not be displayed.
The problem can be resolved by completely uninstalling the driver and installing it again. When the installation is complete, click the START button on the lower left corner of your screen then on the right pane, click 'Printers and Faxes'.
Under the printer tasks, click 'Add a printer' then click Next on the Add Printer Wizard dialog box. Select 'Local printer attached to this computer' and uncheck 'Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer' then click Next. Click 'Use the following port' and select LPT1: (Recommended printer port) then click Next.
Select HP under the Manufacturer list and under the Printer list, select hp deskjet 990c then click Next. Select 'Keep existing driver (recommended)'; click Next, name your printer, select Yes to set your printer as the default printer then click Next. Select Yes to print a test page, click Next then Finish to complete the setup. Click OK when a dialog box appears.
Go back to the 'Printer and Faxes' folder and right-click on the name of your printer. Select Properties and click Ports/Connections then check 'USB...Virtual printer for.....hp deskjet 990c'. Click Apply then OK and you should now be able to use your HP Deskjet F4200 Series All-in-One printer.
You cannot do this. Scan the document or image and save it in a jpg file format. Open your email program, and create an email to the person you want to send the scanned document/image with your message then go to file attachment and attach this document/image file to your email. When completed you can sed the email.
go to www.hp.com
>click on support and drivers tab
>tick on the box that says download sw and drivers
>type in your printer model number then click go
>it will open new window
>select your operating system (vista)
>select full feature sw and drivers
>downloaqd and save this in your pc
>after downloading run the sw and install it on oyur system
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.