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Size document mismatch

Dear Sirs,
I would be grateful if you can help me to solve problem with my scanner :
Size od scanned doc/photos is not same as original. It is large for few mm, especially by horizontal side. When I try to scan rectangle 200x120mm, I get rectangle 201x124mm. I'm tried several scanning software and many different settings, but result is the same.
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Aleksandar

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In the Epson Scan software, select Professional Mode and check your Destination parameters - i.e. width (W), height (H), and Scale %.

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