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Scanner images I tried to scan typed manuscript to computer in PDF and other types of files, but cannot edit anything in any form given as options to "save," Has anyone else had this problem and solved it?

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Please reduce the scan resolution from PC and try to check the functionality of the printer.


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Your product released before Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7, and HP has not released drivers that support scanning for your product.
You have not installed the available HP software that includes scanning.
You are troubleshooting a scanning problem and need a quick workaround until you resolve your issue.

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Follow these steps for the Windows XP operating system.
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To scan a document using Paint in Windows XP, follow these steps:
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Click Start , point to All Programs , point to Accessories , and then click Paint .
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Features available with WIA drivers
The following scan options and file types are available when you scan with WIA drivers:
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Contrast or Brightness adjustment
Resolution (75 - 4800 dpi, within the limits of the scanner model)
Picture type (Color, Grayscale, Black and White)

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Experiencing Scanning Errors?
If you experience an error during scanning, try these general scan troubleshooting steps (c02114802) (in English).
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Perform the following steps if you are unable to scan directly from HP Solution Center in Windows XP.

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Double-click HP .
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Double-click Bin .
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Right-click the recently saved file to open it in another application, such as Microsoft Word.
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