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Scanning pictures When I scan a picture from my HP Photosmart C5150 printer it does not cover the whole area. It come as a very small thumbnail. How do I change to a larger thumbnail when I scan a picture. Thank you.

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I'm working on a Mac and bought my printer in Japan, but when you do the scan, the machine does scan the whole piece.  You need to drag the dotted lines to the proper edges of the scan.  That will give you a full scan. 

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1. Turn on your computer, wait for it to boot up, then turn on the printer.
2 Double click the "HP Photo Imaging Director" icon on your desktop ( placed there when your
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3 Place your document or photo on the printer's glass top and close the lid.
4 From the menu screen, click on " Scan Picture " or " Scan Document "
When "Scan Document" is selected, a secondary screen will appear from which you will have to
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When "Scan Picture" is selected, one scanning pass will be performed, another pass will be
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When you install the Full Feature software for your printer, you receive the HP Photosmart Studio imaging software and the HP Utility printer management software. You can use either of these programs to scan, and can create custom settings in both.

In general, use HP Photosmart Studio to scan pictures if you want to edit them to adjust color, crop, remove red eye, etc. Use HP Utility to set up scan tasks you use often, such as scanning to a certain folder or software application, or attaching the scanned item to an email. If your printer has a display, you also use HP Utility to designate which scan tasks should appear on the printer display menu when you start a scan from the controls on the printer.

Make sure that the printer is connected to the computer. Turn it on. Place the item with the print side down on the scanner glass.

Use HP Photosmart Studio to start a scan: Click the HP Photosmart Studio icon in the Dock. Click the Scan button. Select your HP product in the Device Name list, if necessary, and then click Continue. From the Scan Profiles screen, click either Pictures or Documents. Click Profile Settings , and then adjust any settings in the Capture , Adjust , and Page Options (for documents) or Enhance (for pictures) tabs as appropriate. Click Scan. When prompted, select Yes or No to add another page to the scan. The scan preview opens then click Return to close the preview and save the scan. Type a name for the scan in the Save As box. Click the Format drop-down list, select the file format you want, and then click Save.

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" no scan options refer to device documentation for trouble shooting"
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  3. After the scan is completed, change the settings from glass to scan slide/negative from TMA. The unit will scan again and show the four slides or negatives in the preview.
  4. Click on the first picture in the scan preview and make the following changes:
    • change the dust and scratch removal/sharpness to none
    • change the resolution to 72 dpi
  5. Click on the second picture in the scan preview and make the same changes described above.
  6. Click on the third picture and then the fourth picture and make the same changes.
  7. Click Accept . The correctly scanned slide or negative images will be saved in the Gallery.

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Hi
The pictures you scan will be available under My scans folder, to navigate to My scan folder read below.
My Documents - >My scans.

If you are scanning using the HP solution center software, the picture will be saved inside the HP Photosmart essential.

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Riz

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place the picture on the glass........open HP solution center.......click on scan picture......it will dispaly the preview of the picture....select scan to photosmart essential........click on accept.....it will scan the picture and open in photosmart Essential.

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