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Re: Scanning



It also depends on what you are scanning. If you set the scanner to Line
Art, it should pick up only the black and white line art, and there won't be
any image of the paper. If you're scanning with 16 million colors, or on the
"photo" setting, it takes a picture of what you're scanning, hence the
paper's shadows are picked up, and it gives you a shade of gray for the
paper.
All those Photoshop tips are great, but also check to see if you can change
your scanner settings in the first place.

nan roberts
NORBAG
Eureka, Calif.

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