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Old May 12th, 2010, 01:33 AM
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Reassembling Fragmented Scans


I'm a writer who is researching a story from 1965. I have made photocopies from old newspaper microfilm and then scanned them into my computer.

My problem is that in many cases I had to photocopy part of a page of the newspaper (microfilm), and then do a second or even a third scan in order to capture all the information I require on the page. What I want to be able to do is digitally reassemble the scans into one complete one that for all intents and purposes, recreates the entire newspaper page.

You could also consider it to be a digital picture puzzle that is in separate pieces that I want to put back together.

Is there any way I can do this?

I've searched the Gimp Help manual including the "Combining Images" section, but frankly, that stuff is way over my head and I'm not sure if it would apply in my case anyways.

Thank you.

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