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  1. Sorry, I messed up. All I was trying to ask is will you make the restored images available to download (when you're finished)?
  2. Are you going to make the retouched files available, or are you just going to sell them?
  3. I agree. Although, according to mthompson, it seems that it won't be exact, so there may be a telltale sign to tell whether it's a repro or not, but I guess some small text on the back wouldn't hurt.
  4. The most important thing is how high resolution the scanner scanning will go. Odds are, the owner of the document probably didn't try to scan it in at a very low resolution. This may have been the highest resolution possible at the time. I just hope that it can be scanned once more AND that it will hopefully be at least 300dpi.
  5. Ah... Well, then, we may just have to work with what we have, as the odds of contacting the only 2 people known to have the ability to scan them AND getting them to re-scan it in at a very high resolution are very slim to none.
  6. Ok. Thanks for the clarification. I just hope that the scan is high resolution enough to see patterns.
  7. Hmm, very interesting. Are spot colors very obvious on a scan? Or do you have to look very close on the original to notice them?
  8. Thank you for explaining this to me. Now I understand. If you know what needs to be done, I would be very appreciative if you contributed and made these scans nice and straight. Also, is the PDF too small as TheRedEye stated, or is it usable? If it is, then we may have a very glaring error on our hands.
  9. Do you mean the image at the beginning of the thread? If so, sorry, I had trouble with posting an image that was the right size to be posted. The originals are much bigger than that.
  10. I'm not sure I understand. When I resized the scanned image (which is bigger than all reasonable sizes) to 8.5 x 11, the image became more short than it used to be. No part of the image was missing, it just became a little more wide than long. Now, you are most definitely right about the image could lose a small amount of area, but I'm trying to say that the aspect ratio is slightly different. Also, I know nothing about professionally printing of any sort .
  11. I just scaled the image to 8.5 x 11 and it looked a bit short. A slightly more accurate measurement might be 8.68 by 11.75 inches. this is a bit taller than 11 x 8.5 and is a direct scaling of the scanned image.
  12. Oh, I didn't know someone wanted to print it. Unfortunately, it seems that BillyBaloney976 hasn't been back on the forum for 2 years, and it seems that KylJoy was only sent the scan rather than doing it himself. Could you resize it after you attempt to restore it, or would that degrade the quality?
  13. Just out of curiosity, why do you need the size of the brochure?
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