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Your machine will show 100% and that is correct. It doesn't mean memory full, but rather the amount of memory that is still available. Once you scan a document you will see the memory drop down to 99% or even lower depending on the size of the scan. If you don't see this happening than you are not scanning. Other than that your scan will either go to a folder on your PC or straight to your email. All you need to do is locate the folder it saves your scan in (usually created in your C: drive) or check your email folders including your Spam/Junk mail folders.

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Why does my Canon Mf 8380 scan anything handwritten very faint and non legible


Is the handwriting black ink? Colours come out poorly on most scanners.
You need to increase the contrast when scanning handwriting.

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A document camera is a great tool for teaching in the classroom. I use one to demonstrate how to solve problems and to zoom in on a text that we are reading in class. I also use it to display lined paper on a whiteboard. This allows the students more room to practice their handwriting.

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If there was dirt or a dark smudge on the glass (or mylar), it would show up as a black line, but whiteout is white, and shows up as a void (blank) line.

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This may not be a solution if you are looking to be able to edit the scanned document. You can try to scan the file to an photo application (like MS Paint or Photoshop), hopefully it will scan it as an image and not perform the OCR processing which is most likely messsing up your scanned image.

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What model? If it has a touch screen do what it says: In "scanner mode" touch the "status" button on the screen..all scans show up with the status.Touch the appropriate scan, and touch "delete" (or cancel)

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