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desktop api for hp scanner and fax

desktop api for hp scanner and fax

desktop api for hp scanner and fax

(OP)
Has anyone come across vb.net or C# code to interface with an HP printer/scanner from a visual studio desktop application?

I would like to be able to interface with the scanner directly from my application. I know that you can configure HP printers to process document scanning from an HP provided utility, but I would like to be able to simulate that interface from within my desktop app.

A plus would be a way to interface with the faxing interface from my PC app as well by directing printed output directly to the fax portion of the printer.

Thanks in advance,
Jerry Scannell

Jerry Scannell

RE: desktop api for hp scanner and fax

You might want to look at the Windows Image Aquisition COM interop (WIA 2)

RE: desktop api for hp scanner and fax

(OP)
Thanks. I will.

Jerry Scannell

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