This is likely OT, but I'm sure someone can point me in the right
direction. Since I'm not a graphics wiz, I'm not getting any useful
results out of Google. Here is what I want to do.
I am using a flatbed scanner to grab some magazine articles. There are
pages where a picture(s) spans both facing pages. Since I must scan
one page at a time, I am looking for a way to combine these images so
they are side by side in a new file, i.e. the left side of the second
image merged to the right side of the first image. Playing with the
Gimp and looking through its manuals have exhausted all the obvious
clues. Perhaps the Gimp is the wrong program here as what I want to do
seems to be too basic for its authors or I am too dumb.
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