What is the differance between scanning and photo copying?

Answer Scanning is the process of capturing an image in digital format and saving in a retrieval system. Photocopying is the process of reproducing an unaltered document in analogue or digital format.

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Hp photosmart d100 copying and scanning problem?

Hi.Did that problem occur also when you try to print from computer?Same issue when you change cartridges? Do you use genuine cartridges or some refilled/compatible?Can you check, if there is light ... Read More »

Which Printer/Scanner is best At printing, at scanning, at copying...?

Only have and use HP, mostly for scanning, I only print black with my monochrome laser Samsung ML-2510 nowadays.I also have a portable Cannon CannoScan (just scanner - USB powered) that I take with... Read More »

What is the differance between 1080i & 1080p ?

Without getting into technical details (and there are many!), the difference between 1080i and 1080p is this:The "i" refers to "interlaced". What video interlacing means is, as the image is drawn ... Read More »

What is the differance between a local and genaral anistetic!?

A local is just applying a numbing agent to a particular spot on the body. A general affects the brain and in most cases knocks the person unconscious.