Question about HP PSC 1350 All-In-One Thermal Printer
I have Windows XP Professional OS and have sucessfully loaded the HP software for PSC 1350 All In One. I have also downloaded the latest drivers off the HP internet sites.
Yet, I can only scan documents to Word Pad!!!
I have Microsoft Home And Student 2007 loaded but I am unable to send scanned documents to Microsoft Word 2007.
Why doesn't Microsoft Word 2007 show in the "Scan To" menu box????
Thanks much for any help you can provide.
Have you tried Alt I P S.
Open word 2007, insert your document in your scanner, and hit Alt I P S. go to advanced and make sure the paper size is correct then ok.
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Posted on Dec 01, 2011
Cant edit the document that i scanned!!
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
I had the same problem and I did not want to download HP Director software to do the scan. The solution of using the Macro worked beautifully. The only problem I had was finding the "Customize Quick Access ToolBar" which is on the Top Right as a drop down box.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
Hi - after much searching and testing I found a macro that brings up the old 'insert from scanner' box that was available in previous versions of Word. This does rely on you having scanning software/driver installed.
Create the following Macro (View > Macro > View Macros > Macros in Normal.dotm > Type 'scan' as the name > Create > Paste in code:
On Error Resume Next
You can then 'Customise the Quick Access Toolbar' > choose commands from: 'Macros' and ADD. Then Modify it to give it a distinctive icon.
This will give you the 'insert from scanner' box with one click from the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT).
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
What exactly is you you want to do?
A scanned image is a 'Photoscan' is delivers to the computer as an images in JPED/Bitmap or similar format. As such they are not 'tect editable'
To achieve this you will need some form of character recognition program-
Such a programs can come bundled with a scanner or all in one and sometimes not.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi - off the top of my head, without going in to check the settings at the moment, I would say to go to your PRINTERS & FAXES folder (Start/control panel/Printers & Faxes), and make sure that the printer you want things to go to is set as your DEFAULT printer.
We have the Home & Student edition as well, and it has different defaults - it took me a couple of tries to print to realize that it was trying to send things to a printer/program that really didn't even exist! When we installed MS Office HSE07, it did a lot of tweaking to our system without permission or our knowledge! Shame on MS! It added a printer that we didn't even have, and changed the default to that new odd printer!
Also, for a scanned file, you can set your computer to automatically recognize scanned files as a certain type. Did you want to do that? I hesitate to say set it to have all scanned items sent directly to the printer, since you might scan things you do not need to print!
I don't have my 1350 hooked up at the moment, or I'd jump in and find the exact settings for you (we also run XP). But, it really sounds like the installation of the MS Office has tweaked your printer default settings.
Check that first, and see if that will solve the problem...
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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