I don’t know if you have this kind of experience. After scanning a bunch of files, you have to open all the files one by one to see the contents, and then rename each file. This is really a waste of time, and it feels like doing the same thing twice, it’s very inefficient! So good file naming rules are really important! When you scan different batches of documents, adding a title to the file name is very helpful for you to organize these documents.
Preparing documents for ADF scanning is important because proper document preparation prior to the scan can prevent paper feed errors and damages to the scanner. Loosening documents and checking document conditions before scanning is very helpful to avoid paper jams during scanning.
If the information on the scanned document is sensitive, you may try to set password to protect the scanned document from being stolen or misopened. Please keep your password safe, if you forget the password, we could not help to open your PDF files.
Today we would like to talk about an useful scanning tool, the magic protection sheet!
We have already introduced a lot of DocAction scanning tips previously. It seems that we haven’t had the chance to introduce this scanning software that comes with most of our products. Allow us to take some time talking briefly about the DocAction program today!
Auto Rotate is one of the great time saving features, that automatically turns scanned images to the proper orientation. It’s especially helpful for documents that are scanned upside down or in landscape orientation, since they cannot be recognized properly.
When you find the color of the scanned image is very different from the color of the original document, the red is not red enough, the white is not true white. Or it seems like there are thin straight lines on the scanned image. Or the crop becomes inaccurate, and there is a black border on the scanned image. What to do??
OCR, the abbreviation of Optical Character Recognition, is the conversion of image text into machine-encoded text, which is done by analyzing and matching through the image processing system. Scanning at 300 dpi (dots per inch) is not officially a standard for OCR, but it… Continue Reading “Why You Should Set Minimum 300 dpi Scanning Resolution to Do OCR?”