Question by Maxxie ♫: How do I scan my photo with my scanner?
I have a brand new scanner and I have a photo that I want to add to my folder called ‘My Pictures’. How do I do that?
Answer by nighthawk610 Best place to start is with the instruction manual that came with your scanner.
Most likely once you scan an image, it will ask you where you want to save it. Just pick your My Pictures folder when it asks. You may be able to set it as the default location. Again, check the manual that came with the scanner.
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Question by snell35901: Trying to decide between a MicroTek scan maker i900 and a Epson V700 photo scanner?
I have over 2000 slides and 10,000 color pictures that I want to digitize and I’m trying to decide which scanner is better.
Answer by engineer_retired Now I am a Epson person and prefer it over most scanners. I do know that the MicroTek is a dual featured scanner because I just looked it up. But, for quality I know from experience that Epson has never let me down in the field, at the office or at home.