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I found some scanners for you listed below but,
You can also scan large pictures in sections, and then use a program like STITCHES. Basically you scan it in quarter sections and then create a working board in your photo program and then you copy and paste each section into that board and line up the edges.
This is what most people do rather than buy a very expensive large format scanner.
Some large companies also have large scanners for maps etc. If you know someone who works for a very large company or one that does surveying etc. They may do this favor for you.
Though copy stores may have the size you need, copywrite issues will be asked about.
Here is the list.
large format scanners http://www.microtekusa.com/lf.html
Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL Scanner
Price: $1,038.31, 12-by-17-inch tabloid size bed
Mustek Scan Express A3 1200 Pro USB Large Format Scanner
$154.69media_size_maximum: A3 (11.7 in x 16.5 in)
Maximum Scan Width 44in.
Input Size:Min: 4.5" x 5.5" Max: 42" x 100'
Thank you and good luck.
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Blow the dust from your scanner and printing area with canned air. Clean the scanner bed and the underside of the document lid with a damp, lint-free cloth before scanning.
Get your computer and all-in-one printer turned on and talking to each other. Open the scanning software on your computer if needed. If not, you can use the controls on your printer to run the show.
Lay the picture to be scanned face-down on the glass. Square up the photo using the guides that are usually located along the edges of the scanning bed.
Close the lid.
Go for a higher dpi (dots per inch) count if you plan on displaying the scanned image at larger-than-life size. Otherwise, you can select a lower resolution.
Click the scan button on your computer's scanning software window. Some all-in-one printers need you to press the scan button on the printer itself; check the manual before using.
Get a preview of the scanned image up on your computer monitor. This might happen automatically depending on your software settings; if not, you will have to prompt your computer to display one.
Correct small defects such as red-eye in the image. Save extensive changes for later with dedicated photo-editing software.
Accept the scan and save to your hard drive. Remember to put your picture away
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