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Date Posted: 12:11:16 10/23/01 Tue
Author: Jim Lemme
Subject: Re: 11" image from 14" scanner
In reply to: Jim Lemme 's message, "Re: 11" image from 14" scanner" on 11:46:51 10/23/01 Tue

>>We are using a scanner (HP Scanjet 7400C) that always
>>returns a 14" image. This causes problems with
>>printing an 11" document: it gets shrunk. What is the
>>best solution to this? We would like to have the
>>operator select a document length and change the image
>>height to that, but we can't set DibGraphic.Height and
>>using DibGraphic.NewImage prior to using
>>DibGraphic.AssignFromDibHandle doesn't seem to do any
>I did figure out how to use NewImage to get a shorter
>image. However, printing is still pretty
>complicated--have to force a specific paper size for
>different documents.

No, it still comes up with a 14" image. Help!

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