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The scanner copies three photos as one

When trying to scan three photos at once the scanner copies them as one picture instead of three separate photos. It has not always done this but I do not know how to adjust any settings to ensure that it will scan the pictures as separate photos.

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Assuming you're using the Epson Scan software, select Home or Professional mode and click Preview. When the preview image appears, draw a marquee around each of the three photos. (Note that as you draw each marquee the number beneath the little image of a marquee - the white square with the dotted line around it - increases.) After drawing your marquees, click the All button, then click Scan. The scanner should make three separate passes in succession, producing three separate images.

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