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mewsick75

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I dont know where the right place to post this would be.

I have an EPSON PERFECTION 4490 PHOTO flatbed Scanner
I keep scanning things but they come out too big and they come out all pixelated
I have no idea how to correct this, i think its the hardware software, but i just dont know what to do.
Can someone please help me with the settings!!!

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jtscustomcomputers

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Here is link for support from Epson for that model scanner FAQ. It sounds like you have settings set for enlargement of item. You need to check your scanner settings. If you can post these to the forum.


http://www.epson.com...tegory=Products

Here is a link to changing settings within the Epson scanner. If scanning photos you would want a resolution of at least 150 dpi but I wouldnt go higher than 600 dpi. Common scanner resolutions are 150dpi, 300dpi, 600 dpi, lower resolutions(<150dpi) are commonly used for website design.

Link to manual topic changing settings: http://files.support...pug/scan1_5.htm

Edited by jtscustomcomputers, 09 October 2007 - 01:39 PM.

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