How to Aligned Correctly Your Scanned Documents

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Introduction:

Most of us use scanner to scan documents.

while we use it we didnt have time to align the orientation.

with this i'm going to show you how easy it is to orient a scanned documents like a pro and crop the scanned documents in a professional way.

The things you need:

1. Scanned Documents (ie. JPEG, PNG etc.)

2. Microsoft Office Picture Manager (most of Windows user have this)

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Step 1: Locate Your File

Before doing anything. Locate your file first.

Now when you already have your file. Lets start by doing.

Right-click on that Image/Photo

Go to Open With then select Microsoft Office Picture Manager

Microsoft Office Picture Manager is a software program included with the Microsoft Office suite versions 2003 through 2010. It is no longer included with Office 2013 or later, but may still be obtained in products such as Microsoft SharePoint Designer2010, either 32-bit or 64-bit versions, and added to them. Picture Manager is a basic image editing and image management program. It replaced Microsoft Photo Editor, which had been included up to Microsoft Office XP since Microsoft Office 97.

Step 2: Editing

After you've open your files.

Now click the EDIT PICTURES located at the top-center of the application.

A option will appear on the right side of the application window.

now click ROTATE and FLIP.

after selecting the ROTATE and FLIP option. we can now adjust the Scanned Photos to the right orientation.

check the screenshot on how to adjust the orientation step by the step.

When your satisfied with the orientation or if the orientation is on a right position.

We can now crop the exist picture.

Click the back button.

Step 3: Cropping

Now click the CROP option.

We can now adjust the size of the scanned documents to make it professional looking documents.

After we have crop it we can now save the photos.

Step 4: Saving

To save the project just simply click OK..

then hit the SAVE button!

Congratulation!

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Credits to:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Office_Pic... - for description

Google Search - for scanned receipt.

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    Tech Works

    3 years ago

    Grate Idea!!I need this for so long...

    Thanks for sharing.

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    wold630

    3 years ago

    This is going to be so useful! My scanned images are always tilted!! Thanks for sharing.

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