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copy a photo - 11/01/2005
is there away to copy a photo that was made on copy protected paper. i have a hp7110 printer, butwhen i copy it it has lines in it,and the color is off. thanks for any help you can send me.x bill, a newbie

Replied - 11/01/2005
The whole point of copy protected paper is to protect the copyright holder. There is a $10,000 fine for copying a copyrighted photograph. Whoever wants to copy the photograph has to go back to the copyright holder so he can make a living. Why do you want to take this persons living away from him? When you become a professional, you will understand this.

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