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I can understand the concern and wanting the remote to work the TV Menus. It is possible with our remotes, however it depends on the TV itself. I've seen instances where there are 2 TV's in one house, and 1 will do it, while the other won't.
If you have tried all of the remote codes, and none work, the only other options we have available are to try a powr scan, or teach the remote. This link http://www.mydish.com/support/teach-learning-remote-20-21 can provide the steps on how to teach that model of remote control!
This printer can only scan to JPG format and that format only supports one page at a time. The only multipage file format is PDF which this printer does not support. To get everything into one file you would have to scan the pages to individual files and then use Winzip to combine then into one zip file that you can send to someone. Be careful the files will get very big very fast and some email providers will not accept files that size.
Your vehicle isn't like the older vehicles to where you can just put a timing light on it and set it. The computer/ECM sets the timing for via inputs from sensors. I gave you a desciption below. There is however some procedures you can "teach" or "relearn" your ECM to "kind of" reset the timing. The big thing is the volume air control learning which is a big part of the ECM setiing the timing. I gave you the procedure to "teach" your gas pedal it's proper position as well as a procedure to "teach the volume air control to set the time (without a diagnostic computer since I am assuming you don't have in your tool box). This is about the only way to set the timing for your vehicle without investing big $$$ in computer equipment/diagnostic tools. This is right out of my factory service manual I use here at my shop. If you do need any more information pretty much about anything for your vehicle, feel free to write me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your question. Please be detailed so I send the correct information if you do email me. Don't worry, if I have the info and send it to you there is no cost. Anyhow, I hope this helps you and good luck.
Install the Control Center CC3, if it is not already installed. Connect the MFC-5460CN to the computer. Open the CC3 software. Click the Scan button. You will have the choice to Scan to Picture, Scan to OCR, Scan to E-mail, or Scan to file.
You click to E-mail. The MFC scans the document and opens the default E-mail program (Outlook, Outlook Express), attaches the scanned picture and all that is left for you to do is to supply the E-mail address where the document is to be sent.
If you have problems doing that, scan to file then open the E-mail client to create a new message and attach the file you scanned.
well first make sure that the software it cam with is fully installed it will need to be to do what your asking. every brand is slightly diff however heres the basics.on the scanner there will be a scan button if you hit it it should scan to a file that it will most likely put in your my docs , pics , or a dell folder in your case. If it dose not appear to be doing so or if it copys to a piece of paper insted open your mu computer and look for a scanner. if you dont see it there go to printers and scanners and look for it there . if you still dont see one hit add printers and scanners and search auto .once you find the scanner you should be able to click on it and select scan to file.thats really the only two ways that works id look trew the software it installed for a scan to fle type named option.after you have your pic and have typed your message youll hit attach fle or add attachments depending on your provider .dont scan the pics at too high quality or they will be too big unless your sending them to be printed high quality your email provider may have a limit on the size if the files but they most all let you send more than one at a time.
try to use PrimoPDF ( freeware) to convert your scanned file into pdf file. - download primopdf and install it, this will be installed as printer ( check printer and faxes it should be there after installing) - print your scanned file using PrimoPDF and it will ask you to create and save the file in PDF. - its free.
hello! why not go to paper port and check what is in there and then delet the file or go to my pictures there is a folder called scan items and look there and then delet the item good luck brother tech
This is not an issue with your printer, this is an issue with your email provider. It's telling you that the file size is too big to be sent by your email provider.
You can check with your email provider to see if they can increase the size that attachments are allowed to be, but that is no guarantee that the person you are sending to can receive files when they are that big.
The best solution is to either scan at a lower resolution, or use a more compressed file format. If you're not doing so already, scan to a .jpg file format. If that still does not work, try reducing the scan resolution... start at 600dpi, then maybe go down 100dpi at a time until it is small enough to send.