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Old 01-30-2008, 02:20 PM   #10
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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Originally Posted by George View Post

I'm using Word 2002. But as part of MS Office. What you posted strikes me as being "Microsoft Office Document Imaging," which is the same stuff as the text scanning software but for photos. If you don't bring it up as a file search, go this way -- Local Drive C; Documents & Settings; All Users; Start Menu; Programs; MS Office Tools. In the tools folder you will see the short cut icons for document scanning and image scanning. When you click on them, it will instruct you to put in the installation disc.

Last time I tried to answer you the forum crashed so I'll keep it short and simple.

I've been there as far as the call for the disk 1 of Works Suite 8 that I have and which includes WORD 2002 but I've not gone beyond yet.

You can of course just start with the Start menu, at least in XP, and there's a menu item for Microsoft Office Tools which I'd never noticed .....


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