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FlyerMike
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Reshaping document photo from iPhone 6 before sending to printer with AIO Remote app.

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I have not yet managed to adjust a document photo shape with AIO HP App before sending it to the printer.

The crop funtion works on the next screen but I only get a smaller version of the original photo when moving from the adjust screen to the next, despite rearranging the blue dots and lines (which pick up the doc outline OK)

I an using iPhone6 IoS 9.3.5

 

Any ideas please?

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Hi,

 

Try using the fit to screen options in conjunction with cropping - because of the aspect ratio difference between your phone photo and the media size, it'll be very difficult to get everything in but by using crop and fit to page, you should achieve something close to to what you're after.

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Donal_M
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Hi,

 

Try using the fit to screen options in conjunction with cropping - because of the aspect ratio difference between your phone photo and the media size, it'll be very difficult to get everything in but by using crop and fit to page, you should achieve something close to to what you're after.

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FlyerMike
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Hi

 

Many thanks for your tip which is most helpful.

 

My original  problem turned out to be a "senior moment" as I was adjusting the well positioned blue boundaries to where I wanted the edges to be - rather than letting the app do the work!

 

My excuse is that I didn't get a smart phone til I reached 70, so I am happy with my slow progress and mistakes.

 

Thanks again

 

FlyerMike

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Glad to hear you got what you wanted FlyerMike -:smileyhappy:

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