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officejet 7500a, embedded web server

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I just bought an officejet 7500a all-in-one.  I downloaded the manual, and was interested in finding out more about the scanning capabilities, specifically that had to do with "embedded web server" except those pages are blank in the user manual, and nothing comes up with a search

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The Embedded web server or EWS is an internal browser page of your printer. You can acces this if your printer is setup in a network enviroment, so NOT if its connected through usb, By opening the browser and typing the ip adres of the printer. The ip adres of the printer can ussualy be found from the setup menu, go into the network setup and look for something like network summary.



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