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Office Lens lets you scan and save documents

Office Lens lets you scan and save documents
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However, if you need a similar app for PCs or tablets that also works on Windows 10, choose Office Lens. This pocket scanner designed by Microsoft is a very useful app. It is free, so you can download and use it for as long as you want. It helps you to digitize images and convert pictures to Word, PDF or PowerPoint format.
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How To Change The Default Save Location For MS Office Apps

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How to Manually Repair Microsoft Office Documents with Office Icon
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Word 2007 Saving Documents

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