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Scanning If I scan a word document of say 60Kb, the scanned image is about 2Mb. This means that if I want to scan 10 pages and attach them to an email, I have to attach about 20Mb! But if I reduce the quality enough to make the file smaller, the quality is no good. Can anyone help with a solution please?

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  • Asmodeus Apr 21, 2008

    Thank you. I am using the standard software supplied by HP with the 6110. Is this not good enough to produce useable-sized scans?

  • Asmodeus Apr 23, 2008

    Sadly this produced a document of 15Mb!

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    and attached to an email

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  1. If you have not already done so, open the HP Director and click Settings , point to Scan Settings & Preferences , and click Scan Document Settings . The Scan Document Settings dialog box appears
  2. Choose the appropriate setting from the Resolution list (refer to Table 1). For our example, you might select 400 ppi since you intend to print the final document.
  3. Choose the correct Output Type setting (refer to Table 2). Using the same example, you should retain the default 256 Gray Shades (8-bit grayscale) setting since you are working with black and white text.
  4. Click Apply to save the new settings on this tab, and then click the Editable Text Settings tab.
  5. Since we’re working with Editable Text, you will need to decide whether you want to use the Framed or Flowed Text setting. Select one of the following:
    • Framed Text retains the layout and formatting of the original document as much as possible. Minor changes to the text are easy, but major editing or reformatting can be difficult because the blocks of text are in separate frames. Some simple word processing programs (such as Notepad) do not accept the Framed Text formatting.
    • Flowed Text arranges all the text components in a single-column flow. You lose the page layout information, but the document is easier to reformat and edit.
  6. Choose the appropriate language in the OCR Language list.
  7. Click OK to save the new settings and close the dialog box.
  8. Click Scan Document in the HP Director to scan using your new settings, or click a Scan button on the HP all-in-one front panel

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Hi,

Did you tried with any OCR software to convert the Scanned imaged (jpeg) to Word Documen?.Always if you scan anything to an image, it will scan in JPEG format that will consume lot of memory.Scan with OCR(Optical Character Recognition) Software and that will Convert JPEG to word Document which will fix the problem.
The OCR software that i Recommend is ABBY Fine Reader.

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Riz

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