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12-28-2022 02:39 PM
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No - This printer cannot scan legal size documents.
I suppose if you were desperate enough, you might scan the document in pieces and then combine the pieces into something you can save, possibly edit, and then print.
"Combine" might mean using specialty software to somehow scan top / bottom of the page and save - then combine into one document page.
Perhaps saving the scanned parts as .jpg files - combine the parts into one larger image file.
The image file method is fine if you just want to print -- it's fairly useless for creating a document.
Maximum flatbed scan size (metric)
216 x 297 mm
Maximum flatbed scan size (U.S. standard)
8.5 x 11.69 in
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