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Photo Scanning Help!

Thu Sep 27, 2001 4:52 pm

OK, I've scanned in my photo, now I need to crop it in Photoshop, so that the ugly white parts do not appear. Can someone help me?

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RE: Photo Scanning Help!

Thu Sep 27, 2001 5:54 pm

click on the icon with the box on it and select the part of the photo you want by dragging the mouse over the scan. It really quite easy. You will also probably need to resize the photo after cropping, just look for a resize or resample command in one of the drop down menues and select a width of 480 pixels or around there. Finaly save it as a .jpg with average compression(15-20).

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