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    Infested Cats's Avatar Mike Victory
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    I was wondering if I needed to have specific software to work with my scanner, or if there was some generic "scanning software" that worked...

    Make sense?

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    do you mean driver software, or photo-editing type software?
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    Infested Cats's Avatar Mike Victory
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    I... don&#39;t know. Drivers, I know, are one thing... but where the pictures scan to...

    Example: My Visioneer scanner came with the PaperPort software, and whenever I scanned an image, it would go into paperport. Supposedly, the only way I could find to scan an image even, was to do it through Paperport...

    I&#39;m talking about that software...

    *help?*

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    you will need the driver for your specific model so windows can install it and then most photo software lets you "capture" or "import" an image from a device ie your scanner. what model scanner is it? visioneer ???? any numbers on it? and what windows you running? i will go hunting for a driver if you give more info


    edit....adobe photoshop 7 is good but a tad complicated, and microsofts picture it shouldnt be overlooked as it is very easy to use

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    Infested Cats's Avatar Mike Victory
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    Visioneer OneTouch 7600 Flatbed Scanner (Parallel)

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    Infested Cats's Avatar Mike Victory
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    I guess I wasn&#39;t clear enough. I have the driver... but I was wondering if there was any software out there that was built specifically to handle images sent from the scanner.

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    Go to the manufactor website or use the cd that cam with it if you have it.
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  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    If you need a basic image viewer and editor, the best one I&#39;ve found is legally free. Go to Irfanview.com and get a copy.
    Besides being free, its fast and simple to use.
    You can also search the net for "irfanview tutorials" for some help.

    Hope this helps

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    Besides that one Windows as its own "image" if you don&#39;t want anything fancy.

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