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Scanned image on left is cropped by a good quarter of an inch.

Just used this scanner during last tax season, so it should not be having a problem! Love it, but this is a new issue. How to get the image scanned far enough to the right so the left side shows? The plastic guides do not seem to be the problem. Thanks!

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To get the image on the right side, Select 11" wide and the length you want. Keep the paper guides at the far ends. Insert the paper at the extreme right side and the image will appear on the right side. The left side would appear dark and You may need software to clean. If you dont have Raster Editing software, best way is to stick your image onto a white paper and scan the whole paper. Ensure that the ends are trim. ( I am assuming it is faceup scanning)

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