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I need to scan a document and save as a word doc.

I need to scan a document and every time I do it, it opens in a photo editing program. I need to be able to save this doc. and download it to a website! HELP!

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    it scans it like a picture ,but I dont no how to get it to my word program

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As long as you just 'scan' - using the scanner only then its driver will open the program that came with it. To save it to either a MS document imaging, Word, Powerpoint, Clip Organizer, another photo program, etc, these have to be opened and you do it from any of these.
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