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Using Imaging

Windows 98 includes free imaging software provided by Kodak called Imaging for Windows. Imaging for Windows can be used to view, annotate, print, manage, store, and share images that have been created from faxes, scanned documents, or computerized images. If you have a scanner, you can scan documents into Imaging for Windows.

You can annotate stored documents with graphics, highlights, and text. Imaging for Windows even includes predefined or custom "rubber stamps" that can be stamped on an image. Documents can be passed on to others as a file. The imaging software is OLE-compatible, so you can select and then drag documents from the imaging software and drop them into applications such as Microsoft Word, Exchange, or Lotus Notes. Double-clicking on an embedded image of a document activates the image and switches the application's menus and toolbars to those of the Imaging for Windows software.


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