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CanonScan 8600f slides are getting cut off

I am trying to scan slides using the 4 slot guide. It is scanning the images but cutting the slides as if they are 35 mm film with. Is there a setting that can be adjusted. It is cutting off a lot of the image area.

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Rotate them 90 degrees, adjust output size

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