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Scanning legal size documents

How do I scan a legal size document? It only seems to want to scan 8 1'2 by 11"

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Using SCAN feature of Paper Port software - (after clicking SCAN button ... select Define under Options section of the window ... the option to select paper size then exists). With harmony.

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The instructions for changing the settings are on page 26 of the manual.
if you don't have the manual here is the link for the download able version:
http://www.xeroxscanners.com/downloads/manuals/DM262/ENU/Xerox262Guide.OT4.EN.pdf

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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