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How to get rid of the 4 zero's at the end of the naming convention?

Example: 1234560000.tif

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The scanner allows you to scan in batches and you can select a convenient name for a batch. If you start the first batch as 'A', then the first image will be 'A001.tif' , second as 'A002.tif' etc. If the next batch is 'B', then it will be, B001.tif, B002.tif etc.

S. Mohan

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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    kmoghjih Jan 09, 2013

    That is no help. How do you get it from adding the additional four zeros? If you scan in the batch and name it JC8, how do you keep it from changing the name to JC80000?

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    Mohan Sriraman Feb 04, 2013

    The Scanning software will add four zeroes. I dont think there is an option to remove this if there is batch scanning. If you are scanning a single file, you can name it the way you want, but generally you dont use Canon DR series for single scans. S. Mohan

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