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 What do I need to scan my old photos (some polaroid) so that I have a great copy?

Answer Most flatbed scanenrs will be fine for what you want to do. I used a Visioneer OneTouch. I'm now using the scanner in a Epson Artisan 810.You don't need Mac, Windows and Linux computers can cope wi... Read More »
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If you want to copy doc's and photos to a scan- disk from a scanning device,?

I presume that you're actually talking about a Sandisk USB flash drive/thumb drive, my friend.It would be quicker to save the docs and photos from your scanner to your computer's hard drive, and th... Read More »
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Do the copy machines in stores (like Wal-Mart or Walgreens) store all of your photos that you copy?

The kiosks save photo orders for 48hrs and then they're deleted. The printing machine deletes them after 48hrs as well. They do this just in case there's an issue and they need to resend or reprint... Read More »
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Can I scan a polaroid picture onto my computer without ruining it ?

A flatbed scanner is safe to use. Be sure however that the lid is closed fully, if you are scanning pictures captured on SX-70 or 600 film stocks, as they have an edge structure that is thicker th... Read More »
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How to Scan Photos?

Scanning is the process of reproducing an image into a digital or electronic form of the original. Learning how to scan photos can be done with the scanning features on a computer, multifunction pr... Read More »
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