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Scanning with the Mp760

I need help with scanning photos to email. I have a Mp760 and no manual.

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Place the photo face down on the glass.

Open MP Navigator from the desktop icon or programs list.

Click scan photo/document.

Select what you want to do with the image - save to pc, send via email et.

If you save to pc, make sure you keep track of where you save it to. Then go to that folder, left-click the photo, scroll down to send to, select mail recipient, then reduce the size of the image if it prompts you and that is suitable. A window should open with your image imbedded in an email. Type the recipient and click send.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

  • hip5 Aug 12, 2008

    SORRY - right-click not left-click the photo.

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