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I'd recommend scanning the image in high (300 DPI, 600 DPI, etc), and then resizing it for your needs.
I can't recommend any free OCR software, perhaps your scanner came with one? In my experience you'll have read over the output irregardless of the quality of software and look for mistakes.
And if the picture is on a computer, why not move it over with a flash drive. That way you don't have to scan it and lose some quality?
when I export to jpg resolution exported changes, is for web ?
On Thu, 22 May 2008 11:57:04 +0400, 123polis123
> when I export to jpg resolution exported changes, is for web ?
For Web, resolution of the image file is irrelevant - the file will be
displayed so that one image pixel takes exactly one screen pixel anyway.
So don't pay any attention to resolution setting of finished file, you
only have to have appropriate pixels dimensions.
During scanning, resolution set for scan is important, because higher
resolution will allow you get more pixels and capture more image detail.
Like Joe said, use relatively high resolution (I doubt using anything
higher 600 ppi is useful though), then resize the image in FW as necessary.
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