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    I just need my pictures of documents to save not as yellowish due to environment lighting, AND NOT BE 900kb in size when such documents should be saved under 100kb with an office scanner (grayscale or b&w). Therfore grayscale, b&w, or contrast features would be great AS LONG AS THEY ENSURE THE DOCUMENT IS SMALL IN SIZE. Right now i tried to use my cell phone camera with grayscale setting then printed that to pdf but the size was bigger than what Office Lens was producing (2.7Mb vs 800kb). Still, 800kb is way too much for a simple PDF document intended to be black & white. Anyhow... unfortunately i just found out that G Drive (not to name your competitor in full) as a Black and White scanning option which is easy to use so, in the interim i need to switch to that option although i would prefer a Microsoft solution. Thanks!

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    10 comments  ·  Office Lens Users » Office Lens for Android  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    I just need my pictures of documents to save not as yellowish due to environment lighting, AND NOT BE 900kb in size when such documents should be saved under 100kb with an office scanner (grayscale or b&w). Therfore grayscale, b&w, or contrast features would be great AS LONG AS THEY ENSURE THE DOCUMENT IS SMALL IN SIZE. Right now i tried to use my cell phone camera with grayscale setting then printed that to pdf but the size was bigger than what Office Lens was producing (2.7Mb vs 800kb). Still, 800kb is way too much for a simple PDF document intended to be black & 2

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