Advice for scanning docs
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Tue Sep 28 14:20:50 CDT 2010
> > When I was scanning for Al with his Ricoh scanners, I had to do the page at a
> > time trick. I prepared each manual by fanning it, and making sure each page
> > was free, then just fed each page. Sadly not being able to put in a manual
> > and go away.
> <sigh>.. I had a feeling that was the only reliable answer. It's
> slightly less painful than repeatedly laying the pages into a flatbed
> scanner, though.
It probably doesn';t save any time or work, but what happens if you turn
every other page through $\pi$ (keeping it the same face up) so that the
holes/'cones' can't interlock throughout the stack. And then convince the
software to roate every otehr scan back again.
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