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how do you scan a document from printer to computer using a c5180 all in one printer

I am trying to scan a document to my HP Photosmart C5180 All In One Printer to my computer and like know what are the steps to do it

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Use the HP Solution Center to scan from printer to computer.

 

This HP document explains how to scan with the HP Solution Center. It is very straightforward to install and use. Mine is setup as a network printer wirelessly connected to my Linksys router.

 

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Use the HP Solution Center to scan from printer to computer.

 

This HP document explains how to scan with the HP Solution Center. It is very straightforward to install and use. Mine is setup as a network printer wirelessly connected to my Linksys router.

 

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kylar wrote:

I am trying to scan a document to my HP Photosmart C5180 All In One Printer to my computer and like know what are the steps to do it


 How can I scan a 15 page document to computer from HP Photosmart 7510?  Please let me know the steps I need to take for this.

 

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Re: how do you scan a document from HP 8600 printer to my computer

I want to scan to my HP computer from my HP 8600

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