Ken McKaba wrote:
> I use the Epson scanner utility for my 4900 flatbed and
> the Minolta one for my Dimage ScanDual IV film scanner.
> They both have histogram, curves, hue & saturation
> adjustments which are all the controls I ever use.  I
> played with Vuescan and SilverFast software but didn't
> find other useful controls or a better UI.
> What am I missing?

You're missing the VueScan User Guide:

I owned VueScan Prof. for a couple of years but never made much use of it. Just 
a few
days ago I discovered the user guide and it made a world of difference in what 
I got out
of the program. VS goes well beyond a scanner's bundled modules. How to 
actually get the
most out of it, however, is barely mentioned in its Help file. Thus you need 
the user
guide. There's also a link to two good tutorials on the VueScan home page. I 
them both as PDFs so I could refer back to them easily.

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