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Scanner just started to scan in reverse.

When I scan an item, written of picture, the scanner scans the inage in reverse. The page is astho written from right to left and the letters are reversed.

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The scanner does not scan in the reverse, your software is mirroring it. Check the software settings.

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Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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Hey there bigbhoney, I would use your photo editing software, to create a mirror image of the picture or document. Nero will do this as well as windows photo viewer. Your printer probably came with this type of software as well. Good Luck!

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