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StampCollector
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17 Jan 2016
10:16:10am
Is it so difficult to scan stamps right side up?
Just guessing.
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BobbyBarnhart
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17 Jan 2016
01:52:46pm
re: Approvals

Agreed, Tony. But even if the scan comes out "crooked" or "upside down," you can reorient the image with any image viewer prior to uploading it. A lot of folk use the excuse that they lack the technical skills to do these things. It is not complicated. If you have difficulty, find any 8 year old in your area and they'll show you how.

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philatelia
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17 Jan 2016
02:54:20pm
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That must be the problem with our neighborhood - it's a 55 and older community! Haha!

Actually, hubby is president of our local computer club. They have classes and a weekly walk-in session for anyone with problems or questions. There is a ton of help out there, you just have to look. And - if all else fails - you can google "how do I do this?" type questions. The folks in the computer club use that method all the time to find solutions.

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18 Jan 2016
03:50:01pm
re: Approvals

Well, when you load a vertical design stamp on the stocksheet loaded vertically, if it is a horizontal stamp do it likewise and that's all there is to it, lay flat on the scanner and you are done, there's no need for clockwise or counterclockwise rotations, the stamp will show on the position you loaded it, there. Theresa, I'm still on the second page of "dos for dummies" and too old to learn new tricks!Laughing

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