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Hello

What free program could i use for scanning pictures onto my Imac G5 (not intel)..

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What kind of scanner do you have? Mine came with software for the mac. Check to see if your scanner came with if so that is the best to use..
I don't know of any other options sorry :-\ but I am sure somebody else here will have other options if your scanner did not come with software.

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What Scanner are you using? If it's supported by OSX, you just open the application Image Capture and you can scan in all your pictures. I have mine set to open Photoshop, but you can leave it configured to open Preview. You can add them to iPhoto.

Image Capture is in Applications.
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i have a canon scanner, and mine came with the software...
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Yea sorry about that just plugged it in and siad i needed drivers - got them and hay presto works with image capture......i love the way apple reconiseses things
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Although it's not free, VueScan is supposed to be pretty good:

http://www.hamrick.com/vsm.html
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VueScan is VERY good if your scanner is not supported by OSX.
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