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|Components > Effects and Multimedia > Twain|
||12 Feb 2002
|By GoodNewsSoftware. TWAIN component. To retrive images from any TWAIN compatible device. Tested on HP4100C, Logitech Quick CAM and UMAX scanners. Very simple to use, and one of the few free TWAIN components to work with UMAX scanners (based on MultiTWAIN).|
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