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Topic # 151362 22-Aug-2014 20:43
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We have here an Epson W-2530 all in one printer scanner, for scanning I use paint.net, but when going to scan in paint.net I only get two options for resolution - 100 and 300DPI.  Using the Epson software which is useless to me, I can scan up to 4800DPI.  I really need to be able to scan at 600DPI minimum in paint.net. Does anyone know why I am only given 100 and 300, and how do I change it? Thanks

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  Reply # 1113713 22-Aug-2014 20:46
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Not a "Solution" as such but could you not scan in the Epson app then import into paint.net?



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  Reply # 1113726 22-Aug-2014 20:53
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Andib: Not a "Solution" as such but could you not scan in the Epson app then import into paint.net?


Yeah I could, but that is double handling to me, when I should be able to do it in paint.net in one go. 



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