How to Scan directly to Evernote from Plustek eScan?

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!

Plustek eScan A250 Was Honored with Coveted BLI Outstanding SOHO Scanner and Summer 2018 Pick Awards

Congrats! Plustek eScan A250 is honored with the coveted “Outstanding SOHO Scanner, Summer 2018” Pick Award by Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab (BLI).

The Plustek eScan is a powerful PC-less scanning solution for businesses and organizations that require kiosk scanning or distributed/shared scanning. 

Let’s see what Buyers Lab says about eScan A250.

How to scan to JPG with DocAction II ?

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!

Full text search examines ALL of the words in the scanned document!

Previously we had mentioned the “barcode as the filename”, and the “multi-naming formats” of the combinations by prefix, suffix, the serial number and the date & time to help you to manage the scanned document. If you are still worried that you cannot find the file you are looking for, no problem, we have another powerful trick – FTS full-text search!

Multiple file naming formats help you classify the scanned file as soon as you see it!

Speaking of the file names for scanned files, I think most people will think of the serial number, or the format of date and time! Of course, such a file name is not a problem for scanning, the problem is in the subsequent filing and classification. Since you want to scan the document into an electronic file, you definitely want to find it more convenient and efficient in the future. It is better to know the file type from the file name, so we usually modify the name of the scanned file manually!

Modify the name of the scanned file manually!!!

That is to open the file one by one to see what the content is, then rename each file one by one!!!

What!! How long does it take to do this!!

Should it be so annoying to sort the scanned files! ?