Those who have searched for files know how important the filename is! If the filename is good enough, there will be no difficulty sorting the files. If you can name the scanned files according to your own logic, it must be super easy to find the correct one!
Today we would like to introduce a useful scanning tip: Blank Page Split.
When you have a larger batch of documents and would like to split them in several PDFs, the Blank Page Split function will do exactly that. Just insert a blank page of paper in between the documents to separate the batch of documents into several files. You can insert as many files!!
I absolutely love this scanner. I have been working to diminish my stuffed file drawers by throwing away what I don’t need and scanning what I want to keep. If you compare the prices of large-format scanners, this is an unbelievable bargain. Most importantly, this scanner creates clear, high-quality scans.
Plustek eScan is just that easy ! It takes just a few taps on the touchscreen to complete the scanning job. The smartest part is that you may save the whole settings as a job button, including scan modes in simplex or duplex, color or gray scale, resolution, format, and more importantly the destination where the scan will upload. Next time when you scan at the same criteria, you just need a tap of a button.
I’m an artist and work on 11 x 17″ paper so the size is perfect. It works like a dream. I’m on a brand new iMac 5k, latest software. I use this scanner with the Apple image capture- a quick fit in PS or image capture adjustment works great. Great scanner for the price.
Working with scanners on Linux desktops is made easier with scanning tools such as XSane, Simple Scan and Gscan2pdf to many Linux users. However, the staff at the Ministry of the Interior in Uruguay still find it painful to scan with these popular tools.
This is a wonderful little scanner that replaced my huge printer/scanner/copier. Once you get the knack of using the software interface, it’s literally one button and 15 seconds to scan in a doc. At a standard 300 dpi for document (e.g., PDF) scanning it’s faster than my old scanner. And I love that it doesn’t need an external power source.