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!
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What model is this printer? If it has a scanner/copier function, try copying something and see if it works that way. If it does, there is an issue with the computer. If it has a problem copying, it is a problem with the printer. Let me know and I can give you additional steps to take.
Unfortunately you won't be able to copy directly from this machine since it's only a printer. If you have access to a scanner you can use it to scan your document, save it to your machine, and then print it on this device. Otherwise you'll need to purchase a Multi-Function machine that includes a Scan/Copy feature.
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
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
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.
there are different type of scannig programs. I am not that particular with your epson scanner. You can try scanning the document and if you want to archive it you can try choosig the option of file type as compressed tif. If you do not have this option there would be times that scanning software will have the preview of the document you have scanned and will asked you if you want to reduce or enlarge size. If resizing option is not available in your scanner software you can try saving it first in your computer. After saving the document try to open microsoft word and create a new file. Then look for the document you have scanned and copy that document. Once you have copied it go back to microsoft word and paste the documet. you could now resize the document manually. but for further clarification you can try calling your scanner provider. they might have some programs for it and will give it to you
The issue can occure only when the HP printer is not gettting enough power supply or the scanner bulb is not getting heated up properly..
You can isolate the issue by directly connecting the printer to wall jack and powerup the printer and try to make a copy so that we can check the copy function as the copy,scannig and FAX use the same scanner bulb to performe all functions..
If the copy does'nt work try to lift the scanner lid and check if the scanner bulb is lit and the scanner machinasium is moving fine or not .. lift the lid and press scan button to check the functionality.
If the printer is connected to a surge protector or power strip this will some time fail to provide the required power supply to the printer so connect it to wall outlet and check with the issue..
There is also a FIRMWARE UPDATE RELEASED BY HP to fix the some of the scanner failure and receving faxes issue with HP 6110 All-in-one
Here is the weblink to download and install the firmware update just click on the link to open the download page and then click on download and select save to save the patch to computer and run it to install the update make sure that the printer is connected and turn on while installing the patch
The link to download:
Hope this will fix the issue..
If the issue is with the scanner failure message try the instruction in the below weblink:
Wish you success Jean