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The all-in-one is installed. My problem is: I can't get it to take a scanned paper and transfer to another program. We get mixed up in twain devices, ocr,,,,etc Essentially, I want to scan a recipe and transfer it to a program called Home Cooking. HELP
Does your home cooking program facilitate IMPORTING a file? look under the pull down file menu and see if you can locate import. If it is there it should open on over and show ou your scanner which you can choose and proceed to scan the recipe. If it does not, You should be able to scan it to word pad , then selcet all> copy and paste it into your recipe program in a new file. Since I don;t know precisely what your program is or how it works, I suspect that the first opetion is your best bet. Look around in your program and look under help in the program to "import" a recipe or file.
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