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Want to send faxes, but from the convenience of home? Use this guide to start faxing from your computer.
Step 1: Consider online fax services
Consider free online fax services such as eFax, MyFax, and FaxZero. Weigh service features such as online copy storage and fax receipt verification.
Many services offer free trial faxes up to a specific number of pages.
Step 2: Consider sending faxes as e-mail attachments
Consider sending faxes as e-mail attachments. Attachment formats are typically Microsoft Word, Excel, TIFF, or PDF.
Know that some scanners have a scan-to-PDF option. Also consider PDF creation software such as Adobe Acrobat.
Step 3: Send faxes via Windows XP,7, or Vista
Send faxes via Windows 7, Vista, or XP by installing the Fax and Scan app that comes with Windows. You'll need a fax modem connected to a land line.
Step 4: Send faxes via Mac
Send faxes via a Mac with a built-in fax modem connected to a land line. Choose the Print command, click the PDF button, and choose Fax PDF.
Step 5: Consider paying for a premium service
Consider paying for a premium subscription online fax service if you regularly send and receive faxes, especially if you fax abroad. Now enjoy the convenience of sending faxes from home.
Did You Know?
In 1924, inventor Richard Ranger sent President Coolidge's photo from New York to London on his photoradiogram, a fax forerunner.
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