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Old 03-19-2016, 09:12 AM   #11
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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8610 maximum scan size is Flatbed: 8.5 x 11 in; ADF: 8.5 x 14. What's the point having an ADF that's larger than it can scan
Don't ADF continuously scan a strip so it presumably could scan 8.5in x 5ft even if you could not print it on the built in printer?

I don't know this but isn't it how the scanners so many offices use at the reception desk to copy your record cards etc; they are full width but only a couple of inches in the other direction. See the many such scanners Fujitsu make.

I'm very pleased with my OJ Plus 8600 from the ink point of view once I found out how to stop it adding cyan to black and not having to reset it for every print job but I've never wanted an all-in-one since we only do a limited amount of scanning and my Epson does that nicely but slowly.

A legal situation made me really appreciate the scan to pdf function since we could scan a signed copy of a document and email it and it was accepted by the court in SC as fully legal.

   
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