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Scans @ 75-80% of original size..how do I get it to scan @ 100%

When I scan a piece of paper the finished scan is approx. 75/80% of the original paper...I need to know how to set so that it scans the paper the same size as what i am scanning...is this possible ?

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  • lernst Mar 01, 2009

    No, it prints out at 75-80% as well.....

  • gnelson83 May 11, 2010

    is it just viewing the image at 75-80% after you scan it? some programs default the size to smaller that 100% just for viewing purposes.

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The page will appear to be 75-80% of the size if you scan it in to an application like Word or Open Office because they will add Margins to the page. The scan image will be forced into these margins. You can enlarge in the scan on screen, within the application, by dragging the corner nodes on the image. It is worth bearing in mind that the scanner will scan the margins on the original page so you can either select a smaller area to scan or crop the image to get closer to the original size. The Other ways to get the desired results is to scan the document in to a graphics package. The scan image is a graphic, not a document, so you will get the correct size when printing. Alternatively consider using OCR software to turn the Graphic into a document. This will turn the image into editable text.

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The only thing I can think is the scan or print settings on the printer itself. there should be a way to adjust the size from either the printer or the preferences on you computer in the print screen.

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