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 Scanning your textbooks?

Answer Well, you aren't technically making or distributing copies. I'd think that would be fine (as long as you actually purchase the textbooks.
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How do you put pictures from a disposable camera onto your computer with or without scanning but without scanning would be more helpful?

You bring your disposable camera to a local Walgreens. They can either take the photos out and you would have to scan them or they can put it on a disk from a extra fee.
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