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Topic: Scan and/or crop problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59082
From: msl
Date: 5/29/2002 05:36 PM

The Problem:
When you Import/Scan from Acrobat 4.05 to HP6350 PrecisionScan Pro the scan is always 8.5x14 even though the PSP loaded configuration calls for 8.5x11?
If you work it through PSP first, although you do get the correct size by "Scanning To" Acrobat, PSP makes you reload the configuration with each new page even with the ADF. The method of cropping each set of scanned pages manually is also a pain.
The Question:
Can either the scan size or the Import/Scan command (to include an automatic crop) be altered programmatically?
The Next Question:
If so, in general terms, what's the best approach? I'm an experienced VB programmer.
Thanks in advance.
MSL




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