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February 05, 1996 12:00AM
You scanners you...The images we had Farm Works Scan were great. If you scan much above the 100 - 150 DPI it takes too much memory to pull them up more than about once without getting the dredded "not enough memory to callibrate message". Just as info, when we went to the ASCS office to get the "non wrinkeled" maps to send to Farm Works to Scan, they were copied on paper slightly larger than the 8 1/2 by 11 standard. When scanned, the immages are on the regular sheet size and Farm Works had no idea which edge of the map was more important to us so either shrink it down to the 8 1/2 by 11 size to trim the larger map downt o this size being sure that what you want is what will then be scanned. We too are interested in a flat bed scanner. During one of the training classes we had a gentelman who went to SAMS and got the cheaper (350) dollar black and white scanner and his maps were beautiful. He said he scanned them at 200 DPI. Sometimes Cheaper is better??? Ann

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Scanning ASCS maps

Allen Willson February 04, 1996 12:00AM

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Ann King February 05, 1996 12:00AM

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Gary Ellis February 06, 1996 12:00AM

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Daniel Taylor February 11, 1996 12:00AM

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Norman L. Teegardin February 05, 1996 12:00AM

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NORM NELSON February 04, 1996 12:00AM

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Jack Trumbo February 04, 1996 12:00AM



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