Being an early adopter of Windows 8, I can answer a wide-range of questions regarding this new OS.
I had to support users regarding all kinds of Windows problems for many years, often "blind" over the telephone. I work in the IT industry for many years now filling in various positions for various IT and financial and health-care related companies.
I did an education as a Management Assistant in Informatics under the control of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in year 2003.
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Hello again Richard. So let me try to re-phrase my answer. 1) Has the photo been scanned from a A) physical photo on paper or b) was it taken with a digital camera? If a) then scan it again with
Hello Richard, thanks for your question! Well, if the pictures are from a scan, scan them again with a higher resolution. You cannot create info (data) for a sharper picture that isn't there. You can
Hello Lou! Thanks for your question! Yes, there is MAYBE a way around this. For Windows 10 users Microsoft has a free support service called "Answer Desk". They may help you maybe even with your
Hello Richard, thanks for your question! Unfortunately I cannot take you trough the steps myself as I don't use a Lexmark printr myself (I use a Dell instead) and googling resulted only in finding replacement
Hello Richard, thanks for your question. It was in the experts question pool - as nobody else knows how to answer, I will do so. There are two options: Look in the manual that came with the manual