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Date Posted: 14:16:28 09/29/05 Thu
Author: Bret
Subject: Sharpen, Smooth and Tiff

Try this scenerio:
Using the demo system, scan and save a document as a tiff image.

Now Smooth or Sharpen the image and "Save As"

Close the demo
Open the tiff with 'Imaging' (found in your accessories) or if you have microsoft office, double clicking it may bring up the "Microsoft Office Document Imaging" viewer. Either way, none of the programs (Microsoft or Kodak) can view an image that has been sharpened or smoothed with Envision v2.01 or v2.50.

However, the above mentioned programs will view the original tiff image as scanned with the demo, or the same image that has been flipped or some other change to the image.

Please advise.

email: bee oh bee @ bordwell.com read as bob at bordwell dot com

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