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Assistance please -

how is it possible to scan a photo and then make it so that the size (mb) is low enough to allow it to posted on here?

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28 minutes ago, rdj said:

Assistance please -

how is it possible to scan a photo and then make it so that the size (mb) is low enough to allow it to posted on here?

I just copy & paste and it´s always worked .

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11 minutes ago, rdj said:

I scanned the newspaper photo so it is now a pdf doc which does not allow copy and paste !

Scan put into your Word file Documents then copy and paste from there. It works for me.

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Thanks Steve. Still not cracked it, but will persevere as time allows.

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22 minutes ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

Scan put into your Word file Documents then copy and paste from there. It works for me.

Put it in word.  It stopped me posting by saying only allowed to update up to 2mb !

 

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1 minute ago, rdj said:

Put it in word.  It stopped me posting by saying only allowed to update up to 2mb !

 

Never had that problem. some instruction that are a bit greek to me.

How to Convert PDF to Word With Adobe Acrobat Reader
  1. Open the document in the installed version of Acrobat.
  2. Go to Tools and select Export PDF.
  3. Include the Word format of the document.
  4. Click on Export and specify the location of your future document.
  5. Apply the changes and the final file will be saved.
 

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2 minutes ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

Never had that problem. some instruction that are a bit greek to me.

How to Convert PDF to Word With Adobe Acrobat Reader
  1. Open the document in the installed version of Acrobat.
  2. Go to Tools and select Export PDF.
  3. Include the Word format of the document.
  4. Click on Export and specify the location of your future document.
  5. Apply the changes and the final file will be saved.
 

Thanks again. Will try later when I return.

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40 minutes ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

You made it.:D

Yeah, thanks. Not quite sure how.

I found it in some old cuttings scrap books I unearthed.

It might rekindle a few memories for fans.

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