Question about Canon CanoScan LiDE 60
Is it even possible. I have only been able to save to a jpg file which seems to take a long time to email. Thanks in advance for your help.
If you are using PhotoStudio, you should be able to save as a PDF file if you use the "Save as..." option in the File menu and select the appropriate file type. If you are just wanting a smaller file, I recommend using a program like XnView (http://xnview.com - it's free) to re-save the JPG file with a lesser quality setting. I have found that a quality setting from 60 to 75 compresses the file well without introducing too many compression artifacts.
You might also consider scanning at a lower DPI (try 150) and/or resizing your scan to make the image physically smaller.
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