How to scan with the multifunctional HP Officejet 4500 printer

You will learn how to use the scanner of the Multifunctional Hp OfficeJet 4500 printer by reading this post.

The HP Officejet 4500 multifunction printer is one of the best HP printers on the market, the ink cartridge compatible with this printer yields up to 210 pages. In this post, you will learn how to scan a document using this printer.

Scanning a document is pretty simple, the printers manufacturers have found a way to make this process as easy as possible. To scan a document you will need open the scanner lid and place the document, or the image on the top of the glass, please make sure to place the document in the corner with the arrow indicated. You can check the following image:.
original document scanner
Scanner plus the scanning button
 To scan a document, you have to make sure the computer is connected to the scanner and both are plugged and turned ON. Follow the procedure below to access the scan option from the control panel:
  • Put the original document on the glass of the printer as shown in the image above.
  • In the printer screen right down as indications are functions that can make the printer, click on scan
  • Press the right arrow to check the scanned document.
  • Click on Accept 
The procedure to scan a document from the computer using the printer program:
  • Open control panel printer.
  •  search the Scanning or image device option.
  • Open the program and click on scan, select which device you want to use for capitalization, printer and device appears, select it and continue the process.
  • Set where you want the image to be saved and you can also do other configurations of your preference. For a better explanation of how to make a scanner from this and any other publication, printer check out how to make a document scanner.

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How to scan with the multifunctional HP Officejet 4500 printer
You will learn how to use the scanner of the Multifunctional Hp OfficeJet 4500 printer by reading this post.
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