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How can I stop PDF scans automatically defaulting to 300ppi? £00ppi makes the file very large with storage & email implications. I have contacted HP on numerous occasions but they just wash their hands of the problem
ASKED: December 11, 2008  7:33 PM
UPDATED: December 11, 2008  8:09 PM

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Create > From scanner or camera > Configure Presets … From here, you use a drop-down to select whatever you use by default.  In that window, select the desired resolution and toward the bottom right, click the Save button. 

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  • ShawnHendricks
    If you are talking about an HP digital sender, from the main screen you should look at the touch panel center for a down arrow.  Touch that once or twice and you will see an assortment of options.  Among them are resolution and whether your scan is black-and-white or color.  That is where you can change the settings. 
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  • ShawnHendricks
    The Answer Wiki window shows the solution when you are using Adobe Acrobat Pro to create your PDF. 
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