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[28 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]

Yep 2 is a software from Ironic Software for managing PDF documents on Mac OS. Yep 2 also provides additional capabilities such as scanning and creating PDF documents.

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[9 Dec 2008 | One Comment | ]

We covered the Xerox Travel Scanner a couple of months ago, but since we hadn’t actually tried it ourselves yet, we weren’t able any details on how usable it is. Luckily a visitor has been kind enough to share their experience with this compact scanner:
Comment by Floris on November 29, 2008 @ 10:14 am
I bought one of these the other day. It’s a very cute scanner – definitely “laptop” size. But you can get a positive story from the Xerox website so let me tell the other side:
The bundled software …

PDF Scanners, Tips and Tutorials »

[31 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Do you want to learn how to create high-quality digital documents from paper documents? If you replied with an emphatic yes, then I’ve got the perfect article for you. A guide to sharing documents takes you through the entire process: from getting the best results when scanning, to explaining the OCR’ing process and finally a demonstration on how to the best results when converting the scanned image to PDF.
This guide specializes on how to produce a digital document that is worth sharing. Namely the technical aspect, the trade-off between quality …

Document Management, Editorials »

[30 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

Cnet news is reporting that NeatReceipts has decided that using the word receipts in their company name was a little too restrictive, and that from now, they’d prefer to be known as The Neat Company.
Along with the branding change, The Neat Company also released a new product called the NeatDesk (photo below).
 
NeatDesk includes a 50-page document feeder and supports duplex scanning as well — best of all, it’s small, so it can rest easy on your desktop, and quietly tidy it.

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[27 Sep 2008 | 6 Comments | ]

One thing I’ve never liked about scanners is their size — they aren’t exactly portable in the laptop sense of the word. But that looks like it’s starting to change, with Xerox releasing the Xerox Travel Scanner 100.
 
It’s small, it’s powerful and it’s portable. More details from Xerox:
The Xerox Travel Scanner measures only 2″ x 1.5″ x 11.4″, weighs 10.6 ounces –less than a can of diet soda — and has a resolution of 600 dpi with 24-bit color. Because the Xerox Travel Scanner is powered through the USB port on a …