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Copying a word doc from scanner to pc

When i use the scanner function ,i am trying to copy a word document,i can save to pc but when i try to attach to mail it will not open

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First, I would install the latest driver for this printer. Before scanning, select 'save as file' option and save the document as a PDF. That should allow anyone with Acrobat Reader to open it. Hope that helps!

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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Problem with section numbers not being linked in a word document that I'm updating using word 2007. The original document was created with an earlier version of Microsoft word.


When you create or open and edit a (.docx) document in Microsoft Word 2007, the Save As option gives you the opportunity to save it as a the (.doc) document in the formats of older versions of Word.

If it is not already too late, try to recover (using the AutoRecovery function built-into Microsoft Word 2007) , the earliest and most error-free version of the document in question you can recover and then use Save As, rather than Save to make an experimental copy of the document in an older Microsoft Word format.

Another option to consider is to download and install the free Office Suite Application Open Office, which can open, edit and manage many Microsoft Office documents and then copy and paste the most error-free version of the document in question into the appropriate Open Office Program and then see what sort of job the Open Office Word Processor makes of handling the tricky formatting.

For the future, as a general rule, whenever editing any document that contains complex formatting, always remember to start by copying and pasting the text of the original document into a new blank document (remembering to close the original document so you don't accidentally toggle between the two). Then your experiments could be conducted on a copy of the document, rather than the original, enabling you to repeat the method and continue creating experimental copies freely, until you have developed a workable strategy for dealing with the formatting issues.

Furthermore, remember to always use the Save As function, giving the experimental documents distinct and varying names (test.doc1, test.doc2, test.doc3 etc.) so you can keep track of your progress in mastering the formatting issues, then each document you save, is a copy, leaving the original document unchanged and available as a template for further experimentation, if necessary.

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I was working in a word doc at home. I emailed it to myself so I could work on it at work. After opening the doc at work I worked on it some more. I clicked the save icon and closed the doc. When I opened...


When you open the email to which the document is attached, right click on the attachment and save it to your desktop and work on it from there.

When you are completed, create a new email to send it back to yourself and do the same thing when you get the document back to work.

If you are using Outlook, attachments will often be saved here:
C:\Documents and Settings\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook

It will be a hidden folder, but you can copy and paste that path into your Windows Explorer window's address line.

Sep 04, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I can't scan to e-mail.


Connect the scanner to the PC install the scanner software, place the Document on to the scanner and close then on your PC desktop or open My Computer right click on the scanner icon and select scan picture.
Save the picture or the document, open your e-mail after typing or just how you usually send e-mail, 0n the send option bar/tap select add attachment wait to open then locate the scan doc by browsing the pop-up menu select your scan doc and click OK/ADD the doc will be added to your e-mail message now you can send it.

May 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Send scanned document too the computer


For this issue that you are having. You need to have the printer connected to your network. You need to have the manual for the printer setup. Once it is connected to your network. You will be assigning an IP address for the printer. You need to add it on your printer list using its ip address. Once connected, try to go to the printer itself. Look at the menu and look for the scan folder. The scan folder must contain the ip address of the computer you are sending the copy to and also the exact location of the folder it will be saved. Onced setup, all you have to do is to press the scan button then it will automatically save it to your preferred computer folder. Please be also noted about the file formats that your scanner will create. Usually, people uses jpg,jpeg but i recommend .Tiff cause it won't loose the quality of the scanned picture or document

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Copy and paste document


Adobe is a readonly program. There is an Adobe read/write program but very expensive. Check with your IT department to see if they can zip the program to your home computer, if not, any document you want to edit needs to be sent as an attachment in the MS extention you will be using; ie: .doc, .exl, etc.
Save the document on your desktop, with another name and email it to your office. Don't make the changes without changing the name, the changes will not be saved to the original attachment.

Apr 22, 2009 | Microsoft Office Word 2003 for PC

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I want to save scanned document as a .doc using CanoScan 8400F


Scanners only see millions of dots. Unless it has software to convert a picture into a document, all documents are seen by scanners as pictures made of of millions of dots. Software is available to convert it to a Microsoft Doc format but it is very expensive. 

Apr 19, 2009 | Canon CanoScan 8400F Film Scanner

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I want to copy a document


How often do you need to "copy" documents. Do you have a document scanner?  Your Epson is a printer.  You'll need a scanner to scan a document into your PC then you can print it out on your Epson.  If you only need a copy once in a blue moon, and you don't have a scanner, save yourself a few bucks and just go to Kinko's or maybe even your local grocery store or library and run your copies there.  They probably cost about 25 cents a page.  A new scanner will run you about $100 bucks.  If you decide that you need a scanner, you might even want to consider investing in a multi function printer which will scan-print-copy-fax.  Hope this helps.  If so, please remember to rate my solution.  Thanks.  

Mar 14, 2009 | Epson Stylus Color 600 InkJet Printer

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First time scanning


greetings.

To send copy of printed documents to others, follow the steps below.

1. use your scanner to scan your printed documents, save it to jpg format.

2. Use your email to send the pictures.

login to your email
compose or create the message
attached the images
send.

Hope that helps.

Jan 06, 2009 | HP Scanjet 4400c Flatbed Scanner

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Will not make a copy


If it won't copy, it is unlikely to handle faxes either since those functions use the same scanner. If your received faxes are coming out blank, then it is a problem with the ink system; if you can get faxes printed but not copy a document, the scanner may be at fault.
Have someone send you a fax to check this function (printing) and then try sending one back to check the scanner.
If either one fails, then hyou know where the problem lays.

Jul 10, 2008 | Brother IntelliFAX 560 Plain Paper Fax

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The Scanner's "Copy" program does not open


Try updateing the software. goto www.canon.com and download up dated drivers for you model.

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