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From: "Sally Rolls Pavia" <>
Subject: [Genealogy Bits and Pieces] When viewing scanned images on your monitor
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 07:43:32 -0700
When viewing scanned images on your monitor, some of the pages are very dark
so that the handwriting can't be read or the images are bright so that the
writing is washed out. Use the brightness and contrast controls on your
monitor to darken and lighten images so many images that were unreadable or
very hard to read are easily read.
Sally Rolls Pavia
Sun City, AZ
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