To get photos on the iPhone you "sync" them with iTunes. Just tell iTunes where to find the photos (iPhoto is a default, but you can choose another location) and they will go to the phone the next time you sync. Note: you can select which photos as a part of the sync.
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After taking the picture, you need to locate the file folder in which the image was saved. If it is not in JPEG format, if you can, save it to JPEG. Also, you may wish to rename the image to something other than a number. I save the images I have by the person's name with a date. Example: Dark-Judy_2017-Dec-19.jpg
Note: I have a Folder titled Photos. Within my Photos folder, I have files titled: Family, Friends, Garden, Vacation, etc. Those are the files where I save individual images. You may find a similar organization system helpful to you in the future.
Then, you can send the person an email and attach the JPEG image. Note: I always let the indivdual know that a JPEG image (or images) is attached to the email.
Open the particular email on your phone, click on the image and hold until you get an option come up that asks if you want to save the image. Click on Save and it will save the photo down to your photo album. You can try to the phone transfer software.This may help you.
I just addressed this with my wife. Each of these mobile devices utilize file formats that give them an advantage to save, edit, transmit, conserve data space, etc with in their own product line. They are not universal. ie my wife tried to save a bunch of iphone pics from facebook to a disc so she could print off disc at store. The file format was .php. and not a single pic was usable yet the file said they were there. They weren't. I repeated all of her work and saved them all to a new directory as a .jpeg file. To do this, instead of a right click then save as; I double clicked the picture which opened it in a photo editor then right clicked hit save as then changed the file format to .jpeg instead of .php.Could not have been done without a laptop. I don't care how much my techie son says, mobile devices do not do as much as laptops. I hate mobile devices. Hope you found this helpful.
Just scan the file, use save as, choose file type,name and then location to save file, to (folder) you created in My Documents ,ie; Temp (folder).Later when sending e-mail attach file to message by clicking attachments browses to My Documents, Temp click file then attach file.It is now attached to your message.If you can save as PDF file do it ,it will be easier for person receiving.Good Luck.
In most cases, you want to scan to file and save the file in a folder of your choice. I have a 7310 xi all in one and I have a folder on my desktop named scans. When I scan a pic or document I save it as a jpg (pic) file or a PDF (document) file to that folder. Then when I email someone, I attach the file using the attach button on the email page.