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HP officejet Pro 8610
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am applying for a visa and it requires a scanned jpeg file of my passport photo at 500 x 500 pixels. How can I chenge the setting on my HP officejet Pro 8610 to do that?

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@Krisandmke

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community.

 

You can only change the DPI.

  1. Click Scan, then click Scan a Document or Photo.

    HP Scan opens.

  2. Click one of the shortcuts that matches the file type and resulting action you want.

  3. Change any of the shortcut default settings in the right side of the window, if necessary.

    NOTE: 

    Available settings change depending on if you are scanning a document or photo. For example, the PDF File type is only available for document scans.

  4. Select Show scan preview or Show Viewer After Scan to preview and make additional edits to the scan before saving it.

  5. Click Advanced Settings or More to change settings such as quality, color, and default scan destination folder.

  6. Click Scan.

    The printer scans the item, then a preview of the scan displays in HP Scan.

  7. If necessary, double-click the thumbnail image of the scanned item, then change any additional settings.

  8. Click Save.

    The Save as windows opens.

  9. Select the folder you want to save the scan to, change the File name if necessary, confirm the file type in the Save as type menu, then click Save.

Let me know if this helps.

 

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Thanks!

Have a great day!


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