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Problem with the size of the image at the scanning process

Hello I would like to know why my scanner scans all at very small size less than 1''. I make adjustents like the resolution, the size % but I always get the same result.

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Did you ever find a solution to this problem?

Since you mention altering resolution and scale percentage, you must already be in Professional mode. Given this, there are two other possible reasons I can think of for the problem. One is that your width and height numbers are very small. The other is that you have a very small marquee drawn on the preview image.


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