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    Scanning Docs

    What is the difference between selecting 200 dots p/inch or 150 or 300? how does each affect the picture quality.? I have a new scanner, and havent figured out how to set it up yet to get the best picture quality. Thanks
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    generaly the more dots per inch the higher the resolution
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    It's only important if you are scanning a photo. If you want to scan a 6 x 4 of your dog and plan to blow it up to 8 x 10, you'll want all the resoulution you can get so your blow up will be the best the original photo can deliver.
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