Category: Document Scanning Tips & Tricks

What are those strange stripes on the scanned image?

It is so-called the Moiré Pattern! But do you know how those stripes appear on the scanned images?

Useful Scanning Tip: Color Dropout

Today we would like to introduce the “Color Dropout” function, it allows you to remove a color channel (Red, Green or Blue) while scanning.

What exactly is dpi?

We often hear dpi determining image quality, but do you know what dpi represents?

How to start up from eScan job menu?

In our previous article, we’ve learned how to create eScan job buttons, and also know how to switch from main screen to job menu. Today we would like to introduce a hidden function—how to start up from the job menu.

Useful Scanning Tip: Split

We’ve already know that two scanned images can be merged into one. But if you want to divide a scanned image into several ones, and save them individually? It’s time for the ‘Split’ function.

When Full Text Search is not working properly……

In our previous article, we’ve introduced the powerful trick of scanned document management– FTS full-text search! No matter how small your clues are, you can find the file you are looking for. But if the FTS full-text search function is not working properly, it displayed the garbled texts, what should we do?

What are ppm and ipm?

You may see these abbreviations on scanner specifications, right? But do you know what do ppm and ipm stand for? Let’s talk about some trivia about scanning!

Useful Scanning Tip: Punch Hole Removal

We haven’t talked about useful scanning tip for a while, today we would like to introduce the function of Punch Hole Removal.