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Guys..who have solution for scan not to piece apart calendar? OTL
That'll all depend on the size of the calender and the size of your scanning bed. I'll assume you have a standard size scanner and the calender is the standard kitty size calender (11x17, in inches).

Place a heavy flat object on it, mostly for me a 200$ calculus 2 textbook. That'll make your scan flatter thus increase the scanning composition. Scan it multiple times, at the place on your scanning bed that will have the most surface flat against the glass. The overlapping ares will be beneficial when joining the separate scans. Really no other way unless you have a really large scanning bed for your scanner.
dovac said:
buy two copies
lol
dovac said:
buy two copies
/sob /sob
@aoie thx for info. That size A2 by the way if no one scan I'll consider for buy another copies after the blanket set out. _(:3 」∠)_
Rithophen said:
@aoie thx for info. That size A2 by the way if no one scan I'll consider for buy another copies after the blanket set out. _(:3 」∠)_
I am scanning, need sometime to stitch all parts together(6 parts for each pic)
I think all there are 4 more need to be scanned(new pics)
aoie_emesai said:
a 200$ calculus 2 textbook
lol
fireattack said:
lol
The very last expensive text book i bought. I actually haven't bought a text book for over 60$ since my freshmen year :P The most expensive recent book was the chemister 1211.
Looks like my Lehninger will be useful for something in the future, at least... Because it didn't help me to raise my biochemistry grades, even though I've carefully read the chapters related to the tests. /sob/

It sucks when you struggle to study a good book and people who just read the class annotations do better. My personal experience tells me I'm stupid, but by seeing it happening with more people, I guess the good books have too much information compared to classes and are not "directioned" to what the teacher thinks is the most important thing at the moment (and therefore what will be on the test). The perfect thing to do would be reading all the "reference" books entirely and still focusing on the classes, but I couldn't achieve this status orz (try harder next year Debbie.)

orz whatever
Grades aren't the most important thing of all, are they... It feels bad to reduce education at grades. Mainly university grades, most uni tests suck and doesn't measure knowledge well. (at least here)
big text books makes a good offensive and defensive weapon, attack with the corners.
aoie_emesai said:
big text books makes a good offensive and defensive weapon, attack with the corners.
HAHAHA thanks for the tip, I will remember that too.