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when I load a legal sized page into the adf, I cant find the paper size "legal" (8.5 X 15). This results in wierd or incomplete scans when using OCR or other apps asking the user what size paper they want to scan. very frustrating. I went through all the the options in the "PAPER SIZE" option on the printer software. Please Help!

 

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Answer from Amazon:

 

   You can print the US Legal size of 8.5" x 14", but you cannot scan or copy that size.

 

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@radar2609

 

Answer from Amazon:

 

   You can print the US Legal size of 8.5" x 14", but you cannot scan or copy that size.

 

Regards.

BH
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omg! I can't believe I spent that much money on a printer and it is stumped by legal size paper! Thank you for your reply. Can I ask where you got that information?
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