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Re: I'm trying to enlarge a scanned photo, then print it...
Hi, scan at around 350dpi, save the image file as a jped and then import it into word or other program that will accept jpegs and you can make the image as big as you want up to A4 or letter size (depending on the paper size you use
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Do you want a recomendation?do you want new or used? Typically all in one users don't scan slides or film, but flat prints, so they don't have the lighted back lid needed to scan film.I know that the Epson Stylus PHOTO RX-620 & 700 had a holder for 4 slides or 1 strip of film about 8 inches long
Generally, when you scan a document, it is a photo of the item. You can use a photo editor to enlarge then save the enlargement, once done, file, send to, email recipient, this should attach the scan as an attachment
try re-installing the printer driver software or getting an updated driver from epson.com>drivers+support> enter the necessary type of printer( all-in-1 or stand-alone) find ur model. choose correct OS for ur system and get a free download of the driver if ur driver is not up-2-date. epson,mac,ancient,slow,outta date, windows, 3 computers on 2 floors in our townhouse. cross-platforming upstairs/downstairs. with getting all to work on all 3 computers. mac 10.2.8, windows XP, windows vista...lol. don't ask why i'm skinny. i love Epson scanners+printers for yrs. now. Use their site to death. it's a great source.-Jacki
there are different type of scannig programs. I am not that particular with your epson scanner. You can try scanning the document and if you want to archive it you can try choosig the option of file type as compressed tif. If you do not have this option there would be times that scanning software will have the preview of the document you have scanned and will asked you if you want to reduce or enlarge size. If resizing option is not available in your scanner software you can try saving it first in your computer. After saving the document try to open microsoft word and create a new file. Then look for the document you have scanned and copy that document. Once you have copied it go back to microsoft word and paste the documet. you could now resize the document manually. but for further clarification you can try calling your scanner provider. they might have some programs for it and will give it to you