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    how do i scan to my computer

    0  Views: 288 Answers: 1 Posted: 7 years ago

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    1) Download malwarebtyes (it's free): http://http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html


    2) When you're ready to scan: First delete all cookies and close all open applications and programs.


    3) Run deep scan (you might want to do this just before you go to bed as the deep scan can take hours.


    4) Quarantine everything it finds.


    5) Update malwarebytes each and every time you want to scan your computer. This way you can be sure the software is looking for all known viruses.

    yvonee

    didn't ask question properly.. thanks for the info though... I am trying to scan documents to my lap top for further editing.. how do I scan documents and then save to my computer
    Colleen

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    Instructions
    1
    Turn on your all-in-one printer and computer. Check the connections between the two machines.

    2
    Lift the printer's document lid. Examine the scanning surface and the underside of the lid for dust and fingerprints.

    3
    Put the document you wish to scan face-down on the glass. Use the alignment markers to help you square up the object. These are usually found on the left-hand edge of the scanning area.

    4
    Close the printer's document lid slowly so the document does not shift position.

    5
    Select a scan resolution. The higher the dpi (dots per inch) count, the sharper and more detailed the image.

    6
    Push the scan button. You may have to do this on the printer itself or on your computer.

    7
    Check the preview of your scan on your computer. Depending on your all-in-one printer and software, you may have to prompt your computer to display the preview for you.

    8
    Edit the image as it appears on your computer if you want to make changes. Your scanning software might let you enlarge, resize or otherwise manipulate the final product.

    9
    Accept the scan and save. Return the original document to a safe location.



    Read more: How to Scan a Document on an All-in-One Printer | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2006155_scan-document-printer.html#ixzz2MGAk3HQH
    Colleen

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    I missed the "to" in your question. I might have figured it out had I read the "to".


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