I have scanned flat artwork and photos on my CanoScan for almost a year and a half and have always gotten great results. Just today, my scanned image had a verticle green line running through it. I scanned another image and again a green line was running though the scan in the same location. The line looks like it is one pixel in width. I'm hoping you have a solution to this problem. Thank you.
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Hello Actually you do have to select a program for working with photographs such as Photoshop, or Adobe Elements, maybe Microsoft Paint or Picasa maybe. Then your scanner will scan and the pictures will be saved and they'll be opened in the photo program you have chosen afterwards.
Did you make changes to the scan type when you scanned the slides? It sounds like you have the scanner set to do a negative image as a slide would need. Check the preferences for the scan type. The scanning manual is available on Canon's Website.
Sounds like the CanoScan is looking for a photo enhancing/utility program. Programs for this purpose are Adobe PhotoShop, PaintShop Pro, ACDSee, or even the simple Windows Paint.
Additionally, the CanoScan Toolbox might have a basic photo utility program. Normally basic photo utility programs like this are included in the CD installer of a scanner, a digicam or even most color printers.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.