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Old 01-30-2017, 11:35 AM   #16
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steve: And pure b/w images, even at very high DPI, will generally still yield small file sizes.
I think the tricky bit is that with these AIO scans, my guess is that people don't know much about the ins/outs of scanning and likely scan everything the same way--color--because surely, they think, that's better and so end up with huge PDFs. They don't know to check the PDF size either.


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