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Officejet 9018 Scan @ 600 PPI?

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I recently purchased an Officejet Pro 9018 All-In-One printer. It is installed on a Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) PC. The specifications say that the maximum scan resolution is 1200x1200 ppi.

 

I'm using the Scan shortcut that was installed on my desktop by the setup program and the highest resolution I can choose is 300 ppi. (screenshot attached) How can I get 600 or 1200 ppi to scan some photos?

 

Thanks.

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@Walter_in_Davie 

 

Please scan directly from the glass area, you can't change DPI over 300dpi when using ADF.

 

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I am NOT using the ADF!!

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@Walter_in_Davie 

 

Apologies for jumping in unannounced.

 

That's fine Walter - try the following:

Rather than leave the Main menu Source to "Document Feeder If loaded", select the flatbed / glass

Next, in More > Image > Select the desired settings

 

Check for any difference...

 

Example

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Thank you Dragon-Fur! Your help solved my problem. I guess I was fooled by the "Document Feeder If loaded" setting. I can see now that there are more options available when set to "Flatbed". I suppose that I can create a new shortcut for those times when I may want to use the ADF.

Thanks again for your help!

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@Walter_in_Davie 

 

You are welcome.

 

You are not the first one to miss this.  

 

Call it one of the subtle details that bite when we are not looking.

 

Stay Safe.

 

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