how do you scan a document on a canon pixma mg2220?

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Answered: How can I find a document I saved but is not in my documents file?

Use the following methods to Search for the original document: 1. Click Start, type the document name in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER. 2. If the File list contains the document, double-click the document to open it in Word. If the File list does not contain the document, go to ...

Answered: How to scan document to my computer

I am sure the individual asking the question already has a scanner. I believe what he/she is asking about is what is the process or the steps to follow to scan a document to a computer.

Answered: Faxing scanned documents via email fax

Internet faxing uses email account to send and receive fax. You can simply attach the scanned documents and send it to the recipient. Source: http://www.internetfax101.com/why-internet-fax.html

Answered: How can I print the original documents found on ...

I would think that File > Print would work, but if not, try using the snipping tool in W8. You can capture the page, save it, open it, and print from there. It would be an image rather than text.

Answered: Scanning large documents

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Blondey, Hello. Both of the above answers are good advice. When I used to scan film,photos, etc., I would always do a "Save As". At the beginning of the scan session, I would create a file on the desktop, called "Scans, project name, and date". I would then save all the new scans to this file. It ...