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#1 Posted : Saturday, February 4, 2006 7:56:37 AM(UTC)


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Hi, i am evaluating leadtools .net class raster or document. 

We want to make  an applicattion that transfer directly to a file

The requirements are : Scan A4 pages, No user interface, 125 dpi, file format  = jpg, jpg quality 70%.

I am trying with aquirefast, aquire normal, setting capabilities, region etc... but is very difficult, can any post an example?





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#2 Posted : Monday, February 6, 2006 5:41:23 AM(UTC)
Maen Hasan

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I am attaching a small C# Twain
project that shows how to Acquire an Image, and how to set twain capability using the LEADTOOLS .Net functions.

However, we have very useful
tutorials in the LEADTOOLS .Net documentation that shows how to use the
different twain functions in .Net. Please refer to the following tutorials in the LEADTOOLS .Net documentation:

- Acquiring an Image
- Get a Fast Twain Scan from a Scanner
- Get Twain Capability
- Using the Fast Twain Feature
- Twain Duplex Tutorial
- Twain Feeder Tutorial # 1
- Twain Feeder Tutorial # 2

Please check the above tutorials to get familiar with LEADTOOLS .Net twain functions and features.

Maen Badwan
LEADTOOLS Technical Support
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