Re: Annotation on scanned documents? - 2nd Request
Thanks, Russ. We used to be avid users of WinFax Pro. While not perfect,
this inexpensive program provided an amazing wealth of flexibility for the
home and small office user. Were Microsoft to incorporate a similar wealth
of features into Windows Fax and Scan, we would implement the Microsoft
solution in a heartbeat, especially if fully integrated into Outlook.
"Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I see. I never noticed this feature was missing, but it seems to be. You
>could do this in previous versions of Microsoft's Fax programs, but I can't
>find a way to do it in WFS. I haven't even been able to edit these images
>by opening them with an editing program. All I get is a warning that they
>are read only, but they have no read only attribute.
> Russ Valentine
> "Blue Max" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Other programs allow the user to overlay annotations over the top of
>> existing fax pages (both scanned documents and documents printed to fax).
>> The annotation toolbar allows users to add text, arrows, rectangles,
>> circles, or other graphics. The separate overlay is then merged with the
>> fax when sent. This allows the users to add manual annotations or
>> comments to the fax before sending.
>> "Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Post is too vague.
>>> Russ Valentine
>>> "Blue Max" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>> Is there a way to directly add annotations to scanned pages, scanned
>>>> images, or pages of an attached document?