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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/" type="guide" id="crop" xml:lang="eu">

    <info>
        <link type="guide" xref="index#modify"/>
    </info>
  
	<title>Moztea</title>

    <p>
    The cropping feature in <app>Simple Scan</app> allows you to use only a part of a scanned image. You can
    enable crop either before or after scanning a page, and you can always change the dimensions of the crop
    frame. When crop is enabled, a mask will apper over the current page with the area not being used shown
    in gray. You can enable crop and choose the desired dimensions via one of the following methods:
    </p>
    
    <steps>
      <title>Use a Right Click</title>
      <item><p>Right click anywhere on the image area and select "Crop".</p></item>
      <item><p>Choose one of the fixed crop frames, or select "Custom" to manually
	set the crop frame's dimensions by dragging its borders.</p></item>
      <item><p>Click and hold the frame, then move it to the desired position.</p></item>
    </steps>
    
    <steps>
      <title>Use a Menu</title>
      <item><p>Navigate to the <guiseq><gui>Page</gui><gui>Crop</gui></guiseq> menu.</p></item>
      <item><p>Choose one of the fixed crop frames, or select "Custom" to manually adjust the frame's dimensions by dragging its borders.</p></item>
      <item><p>Click and hold the frame, then move it to the desired position.</p></item>
    </steps>
    
    <steps>
      <title>Use the Toolbar</title>
      <item><p>Click the "<gui>Crop</gui>" button in the toolbar.</p>
	    <note style="tip"><p>This is the same as choosing "Custom" in step 2 of the
	      aforementioned methods.</p></note></item>      
      <item><p>Drag the borders of the frame to set the desired dimensions and position.</p></item>

    </steps>
    
    <note><p>
    Each new scanned page will use the previous crop.
    </p></note>
</page>