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The quality of the photos I scan on to my computer aren't as good as I'd like. What should I do?

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If youare using WIndows Vista then goto Start> Control panel> Printers. Then right click you printer and hit properties/preferences.
There there should be options to change the quality of your photos.

If you ar using Windows XP then go to my computer and right click your pritner and hit preferences/ properties, There there should be options to change the quality of your photos.

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