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If the number of pictures is large, try using a DSLR, smartphone or tablet camera. I scanned a boxful of photos with iPad Air and am thrilled with the outcome. After experimenting with a few iOS apps, I finally settled for Pic Scanner (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pic-scanner-scan-photos-fast/id644278663?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4). You can group scan four ...


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1) Get a good digital scan of your original. It's important that you get good contrast: good dark lines on a good white background. If that's not possible you may be able to clean it up in the next step. 2) Import that digital scan into CorelDraw (everything here can be done in Adobe Illustrator, too, but I don't know Illustrator and, anyway, CorelDraw is ...


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Angry IP Scanner is great, but I prefer CLI tools. See if you can get this powershell script running in Vista. https://github.com/webstersprodigy/PowerSploit/blob/Portscan/Recon/Invoke-Portscan.ps1 I also suggest getting access to a Linux CLI by using a linux live cd/usb, dual boot, or a vm in VirtualBox. (Install VirtualBox, add a new vm, install Debian.) ...



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