Image / Scan: Fit to the Page or Crop to the PDF Page!
Quite simply you can adjust the image or the scan to the page or have it cropped on the PDF page!
If you want to change this setting simply via:
► Main menu ► Options ► Image: (Source: Image / Picture ergo Scan)
► Fit to the Page
► Crop to the Page (... see Image-1
The Fit to page option centers the image / scan.
With the option Cut to page, the excess area is cut off, good for older scanners, for example, in the letter area and not in Din A4 scan!
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Updated on: 12 December 2017 10:35
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