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"Copy and paste" is a phrase that, in the computer world, means copying material from one page to another. Material may include text, images, symbols, files, folders, an entire page, or sometimes even an entire disk. Here's how to do it. -http://www.wikihow.com/Copy-and-Paste
Click the link below, watch the video and learn how to copy and paste.
You cannot copy and paste it right onto the application (it will garble up). Usually employers have a link on their website that allows you to upload it to them. Also if you are emailing the application, you can send your resume as an attachment with it.
Place the document on a scanner, Scan the document first onto your computer save the scan output with a name you can remember. Open your email, click attachment browse to the document you just scanned and click attach.
If you are Juno member, you can attach pictures, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio clips, video clips, or any other type of computer file to the email messages you send.
If you have never sent a file attachment before, you may want to review Juno's list of important facts about attachements before you send out your message.
You can attach files by Dragging and dropping them onto the write screen by copying and pasting them or by clicking attach files.
You scan save the picture as a JPEG or the text document,PDF is prefered, to a temporary place, say desktop . then "attach" it to your eamil. You click ATTACH and then browse to the place the file is, and "Attach it" then ya send it.
You can also cut/copy paste INTO the body of ya email. That works too.
you can do that by following steps
1.scanning all that pages and save them as different files in your computer.
2. open a word document and copy all the contents of the five different files and paste them in the word doc and save it
3. while mailing you can attach this word document to send all the files as a single attachment
Open a new email either on your PC email client, (ie, Outlook or thunderbird,...) or the web based email client you use (ie. Gmail, hotmail, etc.).
Attach the scan to the email (they ALL have a means of attaching items to them.)
If you are looking to attach the text directly into an email, not as an attachment, you will need to install your HP software to do Optical Character recognition that came with your printer or from HP.Com, then scan then convert the scanned file. the only problem is you will need to correct the OCR errors, and there can be many.