Meh, I suppose this subject fits better here than in Community Discussion. As a present for my friend, I wanted to scan their crumbling video game guides into a PDF. They have 3 old Pokémon game guides that they bought years ago (maybe some of you can picture the page thinness). The glue is coming loose and several pages have already fallen out. I've watched videos on using a hairdryer to melt the remaining glue and pull out the pages. I have an HP Envy 4500 printer/scanner. And I have a few questions: 300 dpi is standard. Since there are graphic heavy books with maps and text would 600 dpi prove better? Will my scanner be able to scan thin pages without images from the other side of the page bleeding through? Each page is double sided. Thanks! I think they'll love this gift. Also: any general scanning or page removal tips?