Plustek eScan is super powerful standalone network scanner, it also supports TWAIN interface. You can use eScan with thousands of image enabled applications including Content/Document Management and Electronic Health Records systems.
In our previous article ”Plustek eScan SharePoint Wins Coveted Buyers Lab’s Summer 2018 Outstanding Achievement in Innovation Award”, we’ve already introduced the simple operation and super high efficiency of eScan SharePoint. If you want to manage digital document powerfully, let’s get started with eScan SharePoint now!
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.
The award-winning standalone network scanner eScan is simply easy. Intuitive interface allows you to self-guided operate without any difficulty. The ease of use and flexibility make eScan ideal for almost any vertical application.
We haven’t talked about useful scanning tip for a while, today we would like to introduce the function of Punch Hole Removal.
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Most of you have already witnessed how simple Plustek eScan is! It takes just a few taps on the touchscreen to complete the scanning job. Today we would like to talk about how to connect the Wi-Fi to your eScan. Without the connection of the ethernet cable, you may use eScan anywhere you’d like.
Sometimes there are sticky notes on the document we want to scan, and the content on the sticky notes are also important that must be digitized together. If your scanner is equipped with the function of Multi Feed Detection, this kind of document may not be scanned smoothly. So what should we do?