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How to scan a document or picture using Windows PAINT
Turn your printer/scanner on!
click PAINT under programs at top
untitled-paint window opens
in top left corner click the little white arrow
click FROM SCANNER OR CAMERA
choose settings you require
click preview (scanner may have to warm up for 20 seconds)
preview appears in window
adjust edges if need be (click/hold/drag)
item appears in Paint
ckick the white arrow again and choose SAVE AS, give it a name and click SAVE (it will automatically save it to PICTURES)
you can now RESIZE or ROTATE the scan
you can also add text to it by clicking the letter A and drawing a box on the scan
If you want to email it, just close Paint, go to PICTURES, right-click on the scan and choose SEND TO then MAIL RECIPIENT
Make sure you are placing the page in the scanner properly, most will indicate what corner/edge the scanner begins scanning from, you may also try checking the settings for the scanning software to make sure its set to letter, or try setting it to legal if its already set to letter.
Apparently your scanner isn't being propperly recognized by your PC. To fix this issue install the latest version of the driver of your scanner. This can be done by using the set-up disc that came with the scanner or by looking for the drivers online at the official page of the brand.
just scan it using the command from the computer ..after that you will find the job into the manager folder..of the scanner..from there you can send it directly ..or edit a little ..and copy into computer and attach to the email..or ..use the feature from the scanner's program to send it .. make sure you set to scan picture cause scanners have a wizard that you can set to scan image (picture Jpeg ....) or PDF ..document ..
Try to install the latest version of Printer software from www.kodak.com/go/downloads
on your computer. then open the kodak home center software and click on scan pictures.
Adjust the settings and you are ready to go.
download the user manual from www.kodak.com/go/manuals.
may be problem with scanner drivers. new software will fix up your issue.
Usually any scanned document etc will go to a folder in documents & settings so have a look there, another way is to scan and save it as a special name, or simply remeber the default name, and then do a search for that file and when you find it, THATs where they go :)
Usually when ya scan it should ask ya where to save?