Under Vista Home Premium the ScanSnap Organizer software did not allow me to select a NAS device as a save location, I could browse the directories but could not select them. I had no problems selecting a folder in a local drive. I searched the Registry and located the save location in the following location:
Just modify the value of the "RootFolder" key to fit your needs. I tested it using a mapped drive and a UNC path, it worked fine for me. When I scanned while the network device was off, the software changed the save location back to its default which in Vista is C:\Users\<your profile>\Documents\ScanSnap\.
The scanner works great and is pretty fast.
I had the same question, and found this link:
It looks like it is compatible, as it is pdf based, and can be linked with paperport per the information provided in the link I just found. Good luck...
I am no techie... but in using text to voice software in a special education classroom my understanding is that a TWAIN driver is necessary. We use the Kurzweil software. If the books you want to read are available in digital format there are several online services which make the conversion, readplease or perhaps pleaseread.com is an example. Good luck in achieving your goal.
I'm not familiar with the neat scanner, I do not use quickbooks, and I also do not use Windows 8.
If you can upload PDFs to quickbooks then you should be able to upload PDFs scanned by this scanner.
I used this scanner with Windows XP. Regarding using it on Windows 8, I would go onto the Fujitsu website to see if they say if the drivers they have for this scanner work with WIndows 8.