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is it a text document that you scanned? if so the scanned document will be saved as a picture type of file, depending on which you selected when you set up you scanner. it will be a .jpg, .jpeg, .bmp, .png, .tiff, ect. If you want it to be a text document in word then you need to have a program that can read the text while it's scanned. The program is known as an OCR Program. It will make text in pictures become searchable as text. If this is what you are trying to accomplish, if you just want a picture to appear in a page in a document, simply choose to add the picture by importing it to the document as a picture. Some scanners will come with Programs like this bundled for free and others may even have this ability programmed in if you go into the settings you will be able to choose that option. There are a few free OCR programs for free. I think it stands for Ocular Context Recognition some can even read hand written text.
After you scan the first page, click on add another page or add more, or ahatever your particular program asks for to add another page. When you save as, the pages will all be in one document. If you scan each page, individually as a separate document, they will be just that, separate documents.
instead of scanning directly through scanner, you should go first to the application like word/pdf writer or pagemaker etc and then import it from within the application using file<import (option can vary application to application).
If you scan the document, make sure it is saved in JPEG format. What
you do afterwards is to download FreeOCR. This program is free and
works better than most of the ones you purchase.
Just install it in 5 minutes, open your scanned jpeg image and click on
OCR button and in seconds, the program will bring it up in editable
format for you to change, correct or whatever. Or just click on the OCR
MS Word button, and it will open it up in Microsoft Word. Here is the
Hello, my name is Chris. Scan them to your computer. After they have been scanned, locate the scanned document. Go into your email, compose new message, and than look for an ( add attachment button befor you sent the email.) Locate the document you wish to send in email in the box that appears, and attach. than send.