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asked by J. Todd on June 15, 2009
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J. Todd answered on July 2, 2009
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Rick V answered on February 17, 2011
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Manish Handa answered on August 26, 2010
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An alternative is to use Copernic file search software http://www.copernic.com. The home version is FREE. The corporate version is less than $100 for 1st copy. It indexes all files, including their contents. Just type in what you're looking for & it gives you a list of the files that match your search. Click on the file(s) that looks correct and it opens the file for review. I like this option versus the manual indexing required by most document management software pkgs.
Santa Baby answered on July 8, 2009
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Thanks for this tip. It appears to truly index the CONTENTs of PDF files & a bunch of other formats (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, HTML, WordPerfect, text, ZIP files and OpenOffice) and indexes JUST the filenames of other formats (GZ, HLP, RAR, SWF, TAR, VSD, SXD, MHT) - see tinyurl for yju73uq for a list of all formats supported in both ways. For $49 you get a really useful tool for ALL your files (professional version of Copernic Desktop Search just adds indexing of Lotus Notes & eases deployment, don't care about either). I'll report back on how this works out.
Ann K answered on November 9, 2009
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I bought my S510 with Rack2 filer and I haven't used it yet. I have scanned 1000's of doucuments this past tax season. Love the S510. The Adobe program was easy to use for saving & organizing my documents, I never saw reason to use the Rack2.
Lolamack answered on June 24, 2009
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Ajith Antony answered on June 30, 2009
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It is very easy to combine Acrobat files (and other files, like Word, Excel) using the version of Acrobat that comes with the ScanSnap, using either the Create Files or combine Files features.
Niel Ackermann answered on November 2, 2009
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I just purchased a S1500, and I have one question as to manipulating the PDF files. I may scan laboratory reports for 5 different patients at once. Instead of having all of them in a single file, I would like one PDF file for each, so it can be inserted into the patient medical history. Is there a way to do this with the bundled software, or do I have to scan each report separately, which would take much more time? ( I don't have the Rack2filer)
Larry Gainsburg answered on February 5, 2011
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And it works to search contents within a pdf file? That's usually the holdup...
Office Manager answered on July 22, 2009
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