Microsoft Image writer is a very handy program that is well worth installing on your computer It comes as a standard feature in “Office XP” and Office 2003 (currently the latest version) It enables you to print straight to an image rather than just paper. There are many uses of this:
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Your PCT should be able to help you
If you are installing Office fresh from disc (must be Office XP or Office 2003),press here for instructions on installing Image Writer
If you are updating your installation of office already installed on your computer (must be Office XP or Office 2003),press here
When you install Microsoft Office on your computer you may already have installed this program
If you try to print a document then you will see ”Image writer” appear as a print option.
If so, then congratulations you do not need to follow this presentation any further (press Esc to exit)
Select “add/remove” programs
Open “control panel” (accessed via the start menu)
Select “Microsoft office”
Select “Add or remove features”
Tick the box for advanced customisation
Select “Office tools”
Select “Microsoft Office Document Imaging”
Select “Microsoft Office Document Image Writer”
Select “Run from My computer”
You may be asked to insert the installation CD
After installation the image writer will now appear as a printer