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Date Posted: 10:50:46 04/02/02 Tue
Author: Bret
Subject: Re: Printed Page reduced in size by default?
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Printed Page reduced in size by default?" on 07:02:46 04/01/02 Mon

O.K., After closer examination, it is the scan that is causing the problem. Multi-Page scans of 1 - 3 images are recording page breaks at approximatly 14 inches. (pages are 11 inches). I either get a bunch of white space at the bottom (most cases), or a split between the top and bottom.

The page breaks are correct for each page, but the image is still determined to be 14 inches long, as if the scanner continues to stream a standard 14 inch page in.

Tried scanning 6" pages, and it scans two images at a time.

Flat bed scans are returning the entire bed image (14 inches). This makes sense, but does not make sense with the multi-doc feed, as the scanner should be returning a page break of some sort at 11 inches.

This happens on the demo program, and on machines without Delphi installed.

Suggestions?

Bret



>
>Hi Bret,
>
>The first thing I would check is the resolution
>returned after scanning. For example, check the
>XDotsPerInch and YDotsPerInch properties of the
>TTiffGraphic that has been saved from the scanning.
>Then check the dimensions of the graphic
>(width,height). From that you will be able to
>determine what size the graphic should be when
>printed. For example, 3000 pixels at 300 dpi, should
>print 10 inches.
>
>Also, check the print mode you are using.
>
>Best regards,
>
>Michel
>
>
>>Images (tif) scanned and printed with the demo are
>>printing at approximatly 60% their original size.
>>
>>The same image pulled up into Microsoft's default tif
>>program, correctly prints it at the original size.
>>So... the scan is correct, but the printing is wrong.
>>
>>Additionally, the same image has been sent to
>>different printers... same result. (rules out printer
>>dll's)
>>
>>Any suggestions?

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