Is it truly easier to find the file if I add indexes to filename?

Plustek exclusively developed the DocAction II program that has built-in ”Add Index to Filename” file naming format. After each scan, you can select the indexes you want to add to the filename from the text. These indexes can help you to associate with the file content upon seeing the filename. It’s not only increase the connection with the file content, but also save the file through the optical character recognition, all the content texts are read out, and the full text search can be performed through the FTS Manager.

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How to use “Continuous Scan” function?

Continuous Scan function is definitely for continuous scanning document! Clearly speaking, Continuous Scan is to scan multiple pages into one file instead of each scan being saved as a separate file. For example, if you want to scan a file of about 80 pages, even if you use the ADF scanner, there is no way to scan the entire file at one time. At this time, please select the Continuous Scan function, scan the files in batches for 2-3 times and merge them into one complete file. This function is very useful for scanning multiple pages files!