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Receive a scan to the phone?

Is there a way to receive a scan from my printer to my iPhone?

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Never heard of it before

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I don't see why anyone would want or need to do so. Is there a specific reason you are asking for ?

I am not saying it cannot happen, but I don't know how it could happen.

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My laptop is currently outta commission. I figured my phone could be a temporary substitute. There’s a document I wanted to scan and send.

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Not sure that you can do this but,

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you could always take the document to a Fedex/UPS/KInko's/OfficeDepot and for a small fee, they will scan and send it for you.

OR,

Take a really good picture of it with your phone and then send it that way.

Just a thought.
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I'd use my camera for this work. Here's why.

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