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Using the fax program in XP Pro, is there a way to send multiple pages?
I can't seem to figure out how that can be done. Thanks.
 
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Not possible.

Just open each the document and choose Print. In the print dialog window.
try selecting the fax printer.
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"NeedSomeHelp" wrote:

> Using the fax program in XP Pro, is there a way to send multiple pages?
> I can't seem to figure out how that can be done. Thanks.
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You can only send a single "document" but it can consist of multiple pages.
If you are using a scanner create an image for each page and then go into
your word processor and drag each document into it as another page. Then fax
the combined document.

"NeedSomeHelp" <newbie@newtothis.stuff> wrote in message
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> Using the fax program in XP Pro, is there a way to send multiple pages?
> I can't seem to figure out how that can be done. Thanks.
>
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Actually, it is possible if the OP has a way to convert all the docs into a
..TIF file. One way to do that is to fax the docs to oneself using a fax
machine and XP will convert them into a .TIF file.

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"Jonybrv" <Jonybrv@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote

> Not possible.
>
> Just open each the document and choose Print. In the print dialog window.
> try selecting the fax printer.
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> JonyBrv
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> "NeedSomeHelp" wrote:
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>> Using the fax program in XP Pro, is there a way to send multiple pages?
>> I can't seem to figure out how that can be done. Thanks.
>>
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Thanks a bunch. I'll try that. I bought an HP 1050 today so that should do
the job.

"Dennis Marks" <denmarks@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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| You can only send a single "document" but it can consist of multiple
pages.
| If you are using a scanner create an image for each page and then go into
| your word processor and drag each document into it as another page. Then
fax
| the combined document.
|
| "NeedSomeHelp" <newbie@newtothis.stuff> wrote in message
| news:uPnaJQ8pFHA.2956@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
| > Using the fax program in XP Pro, is there a way to send multiple pages?
| > I can't seem to figure out how that can be done. Thanks.
| >
| >
|
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