W hen Microsoft integrated faxing capabilities (Microsoft Fax)into its Windows operating system, many people feared the demise ofstand-alone fax programs. Others predicted the popularity of e-mailwould curb the use of fax machines. But this hasn't been thecase: Faxing is still one of the most popular modes oftransmission. With faxing, there's no worry that the attacheddocument will be unreadable, a common occurrence when sending filesvia e-mail.
Although the fax software field has narrowed, it certainlyhasn't disappeared. In fact, Microsoft's move hasencouraged the development of more robust fax programs--giving youthe ability to do everything from sending and receiving faxes toturning your computer into a full-blown communications center,complete with voice messaging and paging capabilities.
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