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By docfossum on March 16, 2015
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You can save in PDF and JPEG; however, to use the JPEG option you need to change the settings before scanning. It does limit you to gray and color options. All pictures I scanned are in PDF for best resolution. This really is a document scanner, though.
By M.A. on July 2, 2013
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Yes. Your organization success will be determined by your file naming structure. I use this scanner on a Mac and the only thing easier for scanning purposes would be to have someone else load the document, click the scan option and type in the file name.
By jtz on October 29, 2013
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Excellent. Easy to do restoration work on the jpegs from the scans.
By R P Griffith on July 5, 2013
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It may. in my family history we have hundred year old bound books so a flat bed is much more useful when it comes to bound documents. as for photo and scanning multiple sheets and double sided sheets at one time the scansnap should work well. Also i found that if you buy the S1500m you CAN use it in windows and linu… see more It may. in my family history we have hundred year old bound books so a flat bed is much more useful when it comes to bound documents. as for photo and scanning multiple sheets and double sided sheets at one time the scansnap should work well. Also i found that if you buy the S1500m you CAN use it in windows and linux using Xsane :). As for your office question.... I used an older Fujitsu ScanSnap to DEATH when i worked for the US Department of the Interior. The one i used scanned more than 160 million pages before we switched to a different version of Windows and the driver ceased to work. see less
By Mir on November 4, 2013
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1000 ?
By Constitutional Lawyer on December 23, 2013