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How to remove black borders and punch hole marks

When scanning documents there is always a black border or punch hole marks. How do I remove them?

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SOURCE: Canon Scanner DR-2580-C (Black lines around border of document)

It seems that your scanner is conflicting with previously installed software. It is impossible to say whether it is Canon or Adobe. Reinstalling Acrobat or updating it may work as trying a different folder like Desktop instead of My Documents. One or more drivers are at fault. What system are you running? 2000, XP, Linux? Update your video rendering software too. Let me know so that I can help solve this issue. Just try as mentioned first.

Posted on Nov 06, 2007

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This has something to do the brightness chosen. In the manual mode, if you choose a dark output, the output will have tis area also; if you choose, lighter output, it will omit. In the auto scan mode, the scanner decides what is the best output.

S. Mohan

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

SOURCE: Black line/border around 3 sides of the document

Try turning the border removal on.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Black line through the middle of the document

The thick line is either because of dust sticking to the glass or a module problem. Try different brightness settings and scan white paper. If the thickness varies and also the sides of the black strip are jaggered (step like) then it is dust on Glass. use isopropyl alcohol to clean, dont use solvents. If the teickness is same for all levels of brightness and has a sharp edge always, it could be scan module problem.
S. Mohan

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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Canon Scanner DR-2580-C (Black lines around border of document)


It seems that your scanner is conflicting with previously installed software. It is impossible to say whether it is Canon or Adobe. Reinstalling Acrobat or updating it may work as trying a different folder like Desktop instead of My Documents. One or more drivers are at fault. What system are you running? 2000, XP, Linux? Update your video rendering software too. Let me know so that I can help solve this issue. Just try as mentioned first.

Nov 06, 2007 | Canon DR-2580C Path-Through Scanner

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I have an Epson Stylus DX4850 when i print a document it prints black verticle lines on the back of document.


if you are using a word document to open it on the top select the format tab open it
borders and shadings at the top you wil lsee list of options borders ,page borders and shading across on the left panel select NONE do this for all options

in the preview tab you will see what lines and shadings are on the document
around the edge of the preview panel will be 4 small boxes with lines on the outside of each box make sure none are selected
at the bottom you will see

Apply to with a drop down list with paragraph and a text option make sure paragraph is selected

you can always go back to make sure that NONE is selected
hope this helps

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When I'm scanning a document on Canon 7580 each page will show up on my computer screen with a slighly different margin (keeps shifting left to right). The document is being fed into the scanner...


Under CapturePerfect3, you can choose to deskew the scanned image while scanning itself. Also select 'Image only" radio button instead of 'Guide Plate'. The software will remove black borders around the image.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India

Jul 26, 2011 | Canon DR-9080C Path-Through Scanner

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One side of the scanned document is black


If the borders of the black strip are crisp, then there could be some hardware problem, in the scaniing module. If it is jaggered and varies depending upon the contrast chosen, then may be something is stuck to the glass. Clean with Isopropyl Alcohol only.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India

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Monitor Help CH000315, Black borders on side of screen. CH000316, Dead or black pixels. CH000403, Macintosh and/or PC monitor compatibility.
Black borders on side of screen. Additional information about what causes black borders on computer displays.

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Word Document problem


Dear subhasish, you would like to check in your page border settings. Go to formatting and then border, you must've selected border by default on settings. Change it to none. It must be applied to whole document too.

Just change the default settings and you'd be able to print without it :)

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