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Using the Epson Perfection 1250
About the Epson 1250
The Epson Perfection 1250 is a flatbed scanner
which can scan documents up to 8.5" wide by
11" tall.
• Images are scanned into Photoshop by selecting
Photoshop's File> Import command, then
choosing Epson TWAIN 5.
Placing Documents into the Scanner
Note
The area with
a width of 5
mm from the
scanner's hori-
zontal and vertical
guides is not scanned.
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Placing documents:
• Media is placed facedown onto the scanner's glass
table, as shown in the illustration on the left.
• Documents should be centered using the arrow
marker on the scanner's horizontal guide (see left).
Center guide
• After placing media, close the scanner's cover to
marker
ensure the best quality scan.The Epson's self-adjust-
ing lid allows thick documents — such as books — to
be scanned without having to remove the scanner's
cover.
• Although the Perfection
three-dimensional objects as well as documents,
please avoid placing anything on the scanner which
could scratch or otherwise damage its glass.
can be used to scan
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    Using the Epson Perfection 1250 About the Epson 1250 The Epson Perfection 1250 is a flatbed scanner which can scan documents up to 8.5" wide by 11" tall. • Images are scanned into Photoshop by selecting Photoshop’s File> Import command, then choosing Epson TWAIN 5.

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    Import, and choose EpsonTWAIN 5. generally the best choice. Selections from this pull-down menu also automatically provide an optimal resolution for The window illustrated below will appear (the Epson Twain your scan based on destination. Window). 6) Preview. Click the Preview button to bring the preview 3) Choose Document Source.

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    Term used by printers regarding commercial offset printing, such as magazines. As a rule of thumb, lpi is roughly half the dpi of an image An html version of the Epson reference guide, and a pdf of lpi = dpi).

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