On 09/12/2010 05:41 AM, Andreas Moroder wrote:
> Hello,
> I have scanned page from a book. On the screen all looks ok. Near the
> images I wanted to scan I see only light shades on the white background,
> but when I print the page this shades becomes much darker and visible
> and show the back side of the page. Can anyone please tell me a way to
> get rid of this shades without impact on the rest of the image.
> I uploaded one page here:
> http://rapidshare.com/files/418578196/seite1.tif
> Thanks
> Andreas


I am not going to wait that long for "rapid" share.  It has been a minute and 
counting, still no image.

However, the answer to your problem may be scanning with a BLACK background 
behind that page.  This negates the black/white differences.

Because 99% of our scanning involves this problem, we have taped black paper 
over the lid of the scanner (which is typically white) and the problem is 

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