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Scanning a Submitted Photograph. Before a photographic print is scanned, it must meet the compositional specifications listed above. If the photographic print meets the print color and compositional specifications, scan the print using the following scanner specifications:
Scanned at a resolution of at least 150 dots per inch (dpi).
Image File Format:
The image must be in the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format.
Image File Size:
The maximum image file size is 240 kilobytes (240 KB).
600 by 600 pixels.
Image Color Depth:
24-bit color. [Note that black and white, monochrome
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Scanned File Size
scan your pages in Jpeg format,
if you have one of pdf converter or creater software try it to make pdf file. I will suggest you use corel draw it works best.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
Although you didn't specify the scanner model, this solution should work.
If the scanner has a top feeder, open it.
You will see a thin strip of glass, either to the left, or right of the large scanner glass.
There is most likely a small spec of ink, white out, etc on it.
Clean the strip glass with rubbing alcohol and the line should go away.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
Check your default program for .tif files by going into my computer and finding a tif file. Move the mouse over to the file and press the right mouse button and select properties. Check the opens with icon to see which program it is using. If it isn't set for Microsoft Word, press the change with button and select Microsoft Word. Press the Ok button.
Your tif files should open with Word.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
The scanner produces a "picture" of the document, much as if you laid it flat on a table and took a picture of it with your digital camera. If you did this, your .jpg from the camera would be several hundred K at a minimum - comparable to the file size off the scanner. That's why the file is so big, it contains a picture and not text data - even though it's still a .jpg file.
If you reduce the scan resolution you will save space, but at the expense of legibility of the document image. To get it down to the smallest possible size, you will need to run the scanned image through OCR ( Optical Character Recognition ) into a Word document for example, and then print it out to a .pdf file. If you have a clean source document with few graphics this isn't as difficult as it may seem. Microsoft Office has an excellent OCR process known as Document Imaging. You need to carefully proof read the result but with a clean input Document Imaging is amazingly accurate in Office 2007.
In short, there is no easy solution to your problem.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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