How to open Windows-8 Fax and Scan, to scanning and faxing the documents (access, run, find)?
To to open (start, find) Windows-8 Fax and Scan, to scanning and faxing the documents
please press the key combination [Win-Logo]+[R], then simply enter the command wfs (... See Image-1 Arrow-1)
Click in Windows-8 Fax and Scan New-Scan (... See Image-1 Arrow-2) to scanning the documents
and click New-Fax (... See Image-1 Arrow-2) to faxing the documents.
When you use Windows Fax and Scan, your scanned documents and photos get stored in the Documents folder under Scanned Documents. If you choose a different scanning app, like the one that came with your scanner, that app will probably let you choose a folder for your scanned documents and photos.
You can crop an image before you scan it. Just drag the handles of the cropping tool to resize it.
If you have trouble previewing your scan, clear the check box next to Preview or scan images as separate files
For details on what your specific scanner can do, check your scanner manual or the manufacturer’s website.
If you don’t have a stand-alone fax machine, you can use Windows Fax and Scan to send and receive faxes. You can explore Windows Fax and Scan to find out how to do things like save, forward, and organize your faxes and customize cover letters. Here are a few steps to get you started.
With Windows Fax and Scan you can fax electronic copies of your documents and photos.
If you have only hard copies, you’ll have to scan them first. For info about scanning, see Get started with scanning.
Set up your PC to send and receive faxes Before you can send and receive faxes, you’ll need a fax modem—either internal or external/and an analog phone line.
If you’re faxing from a network, you’ll need the address of your fax server.