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Old 02-17-2006, 02:38 PM   #1
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Default Scan x2 + composite = $$?

Let's say you have a bunch (35-36 if that makes any diff) of 10.5 x 10.5 color illos for a children's book to scan and you have nifty Epson scanner with a letter size scan bed. It'll take two scans and editing to end up with the 10.5" square image. It's been ages since I've had to figure out the cost per scan and probably at least a decade since I've had to scan something too large for the bed and reassemble it. I have absolutely no idea what a going rate might be, but must come up with something to tell someone who's asked me for a price.

Help, pretty please?

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