view print email scanned documents prob

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Printing / Faxing / Scanning' started by Fred, Jun 3, 2008.

  1. Fred

    Fred Guest

    I have windows vista basic and canon LiDE 25 scanner.
    When I view scanned docs in ArcSoft Photostudi 5.5 the docs seem normal
    size they print ok. but when view actual size they are too big. I sized image
    down 32% when i view the actual size its right bu then when I printed the
    size was curiously too small. If I leave it so it can print the right size
    and i send in an email again it would be too big. Im confused any suggetsions?
     
    Fred, Jun 3, 2008
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  2. Fred

    Chuck Guest

    The scanner can scan in different resolutions.
    A printer can print in different resolutions.
    The display can also have a resolution different that the scanner or
    printer.
    Various application programs and printer add ons to such things as a browser
    can automatically scale.

    On my system
    Display 1280 x1924 (LCD native) (an often used DPI for displayed text size
    is 96)
    Scanner 200-300DPI for general use and prescan, much higher for small items
    such as slides, negatives, and stamps.
    Printer (Ink Jet) ~200-300 DPI normal use, ~720-2400 high quality picture
    printing, (Driver does dynamic scaling, based upon multiple factors)
    Fax (all in one) Standard & Fine Fax resolution, higher between two units of
    the same make and compatable models.

    I can optionally set the printer driver to scale or not to scale if I want
    to enlarge or reduce the image to an 8 1/2-11 page.
    Commonly used photo oriented apps allow an image to be resized by the number
    of pixels in the image file, and/or the number of pixels per inch.

    In other words, you will need to change settings. Which ones depend on what
    is most convenient for your exact usage.
     
    Chuck, Jun 9, 2008
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  3. Fred

    Fred Guest

    Thankyou. for now i had kept it so i can print straight off. i do that more
    often and manualy resize to email e.t.c. i am glad you made sence of what i
    wrote. it was hard to easily describe it and still make sense. i take on
    board what you have said and will now look into it thankyou for your response.
     
    Fred, Jun 9, 2008
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    Shauna Lea Toenniges, Sep 12, 2008
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  5. Cari \(MS-MVP\), Sep 14, 2008
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