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HP Scanjet 4070 - AUTO CROP?

by lennon105 / October 25, 2004 11:28 AM PDT

We have a Scanjet 4070 - I can get three 4x6 photos on the glass to scan at one time. The scanner will save each photo as a different file - perfect. But, the crops are not very good...I can see the scanner lid around the edges of most of the pictures. Has anyone found a way to get better auto crops from this scanner? I've tryed putting a large piece of white paper over the pictures..didn't work.


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