Scanning for Family Historians - Desktop and Mobile - A one-hour Lecture on 15 May 2019

Learn more about scanning so that your precious documents and photos are carefully preserved.

Scanning allows you to make a copy of something. You can scan your photos, any paper documents, old magazines or pages from a newspaper, even maps. The scanner creates a digital file that you can save, add to a document, or even print.

Scanning photographs and paper-based documents is a great way to save space. It also allows you to organise your research more easily.

In this one-hour talk, Graham Walter shows how to use document scanners, both those that sit on your desktop and those that you can download to your mobile.

A one-hour talk on Wednesday, 15 May (2pm ), cost £8.00/£6.40 SoG Members. Places should be pre-booked, through our website or by telephone: 020 7251 8799 (Tue-Thu & Sat). Do you have a question? email the events department.

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