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Visioneer Scanner Software Question - Ektachrome Slides

by allanh5147 / January 21, 2006 6:19 AM PST

I bought a Visioneer OneTouch 9320 USB scanner a couple of years ago so I could scan in some older Ektachrome slides. Unfortunately the included software automatically crops the images to 35mm dimensions, not the square of the Ektachrome slides I have. Too much of the images are lost. I called their Tech Support and was told there was no solution. Does anyone know of a way to fix my problem? Third-party software which will process the full square image, perhaps? If not, can someone recommend an inexpensive scanner which will scan slides with square transparencies? Thanks in advance.

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