How to Use the Scanner on an HP Printer?

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HP manufactures the highly reliable “All-in-One” line of printers that have multiple functions besides just printing and it enables you to do multiple tasks at one device. Through this All-in One line printer you can scan, fax and copy your documents in an efficient manner, take help from the HP printer support. Scanning is an important function, especially for those who do not have a fax machine. Apart from this, if you will own one of these printers but have never scanned a document before then you may face many problems while scanning your documents properly.

At HP printer technical support , our experts assist you, how to use scanner on an HP printer, by providing few valuable step by step instruction. If you will face any issue while following these steps then you can easily interact with our highly proficient technical experts.

With the help of our HP printer support NZ , you can direct contact with our experts. Not only this you can call us for any other technical support, we are always available on business days and business hours.

Step1– Turn on the HP printer and your computer.

Step2– Open the scanner lid on the printer and place the document you want to scan in the bottom right-hand corner of the scanner bed.

Step3– Close the scanner lid.

Step4– Press the “Scan” button on the printer’s control panel. This is located on the front of the printer. The scan button has a small icon of a scanner next to it. The HP scanning window automatically appears on your computer.

Step5– Press the “Scan” button on the printer’s control panel. This is located on the front of the printer. The scan button has a small icon of a scanner next to it. The HP scanning window automatically appears on your computer.

For quick help Contact HP printer Support  NZ by dialing our helpline number – +64-04-8879109.

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