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Some MFPs (and perhaps your Xerox WorkCentre) accept card sized paper only when you insert it the right way. If it does not pull in the cards in vertical orientation, try it in horizontal. Often it is also necessary to adjust the document guides to match the width of the cards so that they are properly fed in. Regarding a business card scanner: Check the ...
You might try ABBYY FineReader. It fits the description of your needs.
Dpi settings are for dots per inch, and most photos are printed at 300 dots per inch, when you scan your original photo at a higher setting it doubles the resolution and size you can print that photo. For example. 4x6 Photo scanned at... Can be printed at... 600 dpi. 8x12 1200 dpi 16x36 I hope this clears up any ...
First, separate the scanning process from the post processing process. Do this by scanning as a picture at a higher resolution 300-600DPI or more. The files will be large, but only temporary until you post process. File size will be your biggest slow down here, so drop your resolution and bit depth to as low as comfortably possible. (e.g. use grey scale ...
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