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Canon MP600 is cropping my images

I am using a Canon MP600, and this scanner loves to crop out the white space on the images I scan. I am scanning drawings for animation, and I need the white space.  Also, the images all need to perfectly aligned, and it doesn't always crop them the same way.  Is there a way I can set a specific scan area that will be the same every time?  I've been through the settings and I don't see any options like this. Thanks, John

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  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    I have the same problem. I want to scan 8 1/2 by 11 pages of text with signatures (such as tax returns) but it crops aggressively and inconsistently. Very frustrating!

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Go to the official Canon website: www.usa.canon.com and redownload driver and MP Navigator. MP Navigator lets you choose the size of the scan you want. I was having the same problem and just fixed it today.

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