DocAction II is the latest scanning software developed by Plustek, the interface is easy but the function is not easy at all! Built in with multiple-naming formats, DocAction II allows you to adapt any of that according to your needs. Scanned documents can be saved to PC folder or FTP. DocAction II also has plenty features, including auto rotate, auto crop, character enhancement, blank page removal and punch hole removal.
The most common scanned document is the A4 size file. It seems that no special settings are required for scanning.
But what about the long document? Do you know how to scan long document?
For those still curious about the features and functions of our award-winning standalone network scanner, the eScan A150, please have a look at this unboxing video.
Sometimes we just want to preserve certain parts of the document, such as simple recipes on the newspaper. The most common method is to scan the entire page of the newspaper into a jpg file, then open the image file in the image-editing software such as Microsoft Paint or Adobe Photoshop, crop the desired content, and then save it in the form of a graphic file, or paste it in the word file to organize them into a cookbook that you can refer to at any time.
The Plustek eScan is a powerful standalone network scanner that operates without tethering to a PC. A built-in network capability makes sending documents to various destinations such as network folders, mobile devices, email, and other cloud services directly on-the-spot through a touch of a button.
Let this video show you how simple to scan directly to Evernote from Plustek eScan!
Today we would like to talk about a useful image adjustment tip: Character Enhancement.
What exactly is the function of Character Enhancement? What kinds of characters should be enhanced?!
We usually scan and store our documents as PDF files in most business occasions, especially to save as searchable PDF files since they’re easy to store and search. But sometimes, some content, such as hand-drawn wiring diagrams, manuscripts, etc., need to be transmitted in the form of JPG or other image formats, because their file sizes are small and the original images can be reproduced. At this time, we’d better to scan the file directly into a JPG file!