TAILIEUCHUNG - Suse Linux 9.3 For Dummies- P18
Suse Linux For Dummies- P18:This part is all about getting you started on your way to a lasting relationship with SUSE Linux. Before you can begin your SUSE Linux experience, I spend a chapter explaining what SUSE Linux is and what you can do with SUSE Linux (pretty much anything you can do with a PC that runs Windows). | Chapter 15 Working with Photos and Images 235 Figure 15-10 Preview the results of initial scanning in Kooka. 5. Select the resolution expressed in terms dots-per-inch or dpi from the scanner settings. You can type the resolution in the text box next to the scale or click the up and down arrows to adjust the resolution. Typically scanners can scan at resolutions such as 1200 dpi but you can scan at a low resolution such as 72 dpi if you want to use the image on a Web page. For printing the resolution should be higher typically higher than 200 dpi. 6. Click the Preview tab the tab with the magnifying glass icon . 7. Click Preview Scan. You can see the results in the Preview Scan tab see Figure 15-10 . Use the selection tool to select the part of the image you want to scan during the final scan. 8. Click Final Scan. Kooka scans the part you selected in the Preview Scan tab and displays a dialog box see Figure 15-11 prompting you for the format in which you want to save the scanned image. Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on to remove this watermark. 236 Part III Doing Stuff with SUSE__ Figure 15-11 Select the image format in which you want Kooka to save the image. 9. Select the format such as JPEG for photos and click OK. 10. Click the Gallery tab the tab with the folder icon . Kooka displays the final scanned image as shown in Figure 15-12. Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on to remove this watermark. Chapter 15 Working with Photos and Images 237 11. Choose File Save Image to save scanned images to folders. Kooka displays a Save As dialog box from which you can select the folder where you want Kooka to save the scanned images. 12. Choose File Quit when you re done using Kooka. For help on Kooka choose Help Kooka Handbook. This opens the Kooka Manual in a new window. Now you can use the scanned images just like other digital photos. You can also touch up the images in an image processing .
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