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Re: Xerox 3325 can't scan A4


I just purchased the same printer and I have the same issue:
-Whenever I scan an A4 document through the ADF, the printer crops it and adds 2mm margins on each side.
-Whenever I print, the printer imposes 4 mm margins

As I am able to enlarge the scan selection area manually, I can see that the printer is able to scan the full A4 page without cropping (but then, it adds anyway these 2mm margins)

So, is there any way I can ask it to scan A4 without margins?
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Re: Xerox 3325 can't scan A4

Fast Track to the Expert => "" => "Proxy error"


"Solution : Select Print as Image From the Acrobat Product" => There are no problems in printing files.

"Solution : Select Copy Features" => I think the printer can't print without margins, then it will be 'correct' to cut the original paper's margins. All screenshots are from the pc software and I can select scan size when I use flatbed. The preview scanned image is already different from the original.


If I try to copy (default configs):




As in the ScanAssistant preview (screenshots), dadf crops more than flatbed.
Original: 1cm ("row" 's height), flatbed: 0,8cm (shifted) , dadf: 0,6cm.
This happens in the bottom margin too

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Re: Xerox 3325 can't scan A4

Thank you for using the Xerox forum.

I would suggest that you review the following solutions to see if they can help.



  • If you try to auto reduce the image to a smaller paper size, is the image still cut off. This could also help isolate the problem.

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Xerox 3325 can't scan A4

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If I scan an A4 (paper size) using DADF, it crops/losts about 0,5 cm top and bottom margins (pdf file). If I scan without ADF, it crops/losts a few less of about 0,5cm on the bottom margin.











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