Aloha from Hawaii.
I'm trying to scan photos and I'd like to know if there is a crop frame. I'm scanning and it's taking the whole bed. If i go to the settings and try to set the size to 4X6 inches, I can't as it says width and height from 1.00 to 0.07 inches.
I'm using MF scan utility, v188.8.131.52 on a windows 10 machine.
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Suggest you review the Scanning Utility User Guide
See page 17, item 9
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For the printer, I have the Color ImageClass MF733CDW. I originally didn't put that in the post because the crop frame would be in the software and not the scanner hardware...or so I thought. I have an older version of Photoshop and have the crop frame in there, unfortunately, I end up creating a default BMP version with the initial preview of the file and then I save as PNG. Having two copies of the picture is not fun since they both end up in different file locations.
My previous MFP was an EPSON WorkForce 610 and its software had the crop frame and I only got one version of the file when I was done. I'm hoping for the same with the Canon software.
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