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How do I reinstall PaperPort printer?

How do I reinstall PaperPort printer?

FAQs & Troubleshooting

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Open “Add or Remove Programs”.
  3. Locate and select PaperPort.
  4. When the PaperPort InstallShield wizard appears click NEXT.
  5. Select “Repair” and click NEXT.
  6. Click “Install” to begin the repair process.

How do I install a PaperPort photo printer?

  1. PaperPort installs a PaperPort Image Printer virtual driver into the Printers folder.
  2. To use this feature:
  3. From within the document, choose the print command.
  4. When the printer dialog box opens, select PaperPort Image Printer as your printer.
  5. Click OK or PRINT, depending on your application.

What is PaperPort image printer and do I need it?

Although PaperPort was designed to store and organize documents and images from scanned paper sources, it also works well for computer-generated documents using its PaperPort Image Printer tool. Each document appears on the program’s desktop where it can be stacked, moved or filed into a project folder.

How do I install PaperPort on Windows 10?

Open the paperport folder and then the program folder….

  1. Open the Utilities folder. Double-click vcredist_x86.exe.
  2. A window will appear. After finishing installation, the window will close.
  3. Open the System64 folder. Double-click vcredist_x64.exe.
  4. A window will appear. After finishing installation, the window will close.

Will PaperPort work with Windows 10?

As per Nuance website, Paperport 14 is compatible with Windows 10.

Is PaperPort free with Brother printer?

Included with the purchase of the Brother machine is a computer license for up to 2 network users to use PaperPort for network scanning.

What is PaperPort used for?

PaperPort allows scanned documents to be separated into individual pages, and reassembled into new PDF files.

Does PaperPort work Windows 10?

Why does it say my printer is not installed?

If you’re receiving an error message about a printer not being installed, or it isn’t appearing as an option in Windows and your applications, then the root cause can lie with the device itself, the connection to your computer, or something on your system.