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Windows XP - using PC as a fax

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by dmcd, Oct 19, 2003.

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  1. dmcd

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    Hello!................is it possible to use my computers printer as a fax? I do not have a modem installed - I use broadband to connect to the internet (this is the same company as my usual telephone) I would appreciate a reply. My computer is two years old.
     
  2. Triple6

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    With a fax modem installed, yes. But the computer will need to be on all the time.

    If you want a fax machine buy a Fax Machine - much better.
     
  3. daniel_b2380

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    ..the software for use as a fax is in WXP pro, but i don't think in WXP home,

    hope this helped,
    daniel_b23804
     
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    I think you can install it on Home too and many modems also come with their own software like FaxTalk.
     
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    No.
     
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