You're already familiar with Adobe's portable document format: convert your document into PDF format and anyone who dowloads the free Adobe Acrobat Reader can read it. The PDF is identical in appearance to the original document.
You're probably familiar with the most basic function of Adobe Acrobat Professional 8: converting any document to a portable document format (PDF) that can be read by any recipient who dowloads the free Adobe Reader. If you view Acrobat Professional as an integrated collection of tools for online communication, however, you can begin to appreciate its potential for communicating with your clients.
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I posted previously about my solution to document scanning after Neat decided not to support their desktop software anymore. I still use the classic Neat desktop software because I refuse to pay a monthly fee for their cloud service. I use the Neat Desktop software only to scan to PDF instead of a Neat database. The software works great on Windows 10 (1909). I know that at some point the software will stop working, so I proactively exported my Neat database to PDF documents and found they fit nicely in my Google Drive (free) account. So now I have all the benefits of the cloud, plus my entire library is PDF so it is not married to or locked in any particular product. Searching the PDFs works great in Google Drive on the web as well as on the iPhone and Android app even for queries for text within the documents that have been made searchable using OCR. I went through testing other products to scan to PDF but none of them worked correctly using TWAIN (Filecenter, Paperport and a couple others) because the Neat scanner has its own proprietary language that only the Neat software understands correctly. The other programs either scanned multiple pages in the wrong order, or could not scan in color even though it was set to scan in color, or did not crop documents correctly.
I would like to find a scanning solution that works with PDFs, that lets me manage my data and my database in a reasonable manner, and that will let me store data in various folder. It should be able to store its database on a shared drive. Ideally it could be multi-user but that is not essential. If I can find such a package I may have an archiving project that could use the same setup. It should work with Windows 7 and 10. Mac compatibility would be a plus but not essential.
So my solution is to buy a small semi portable unit such as the Brother ADS 1000W and tell everyone I ever encouraged to get a Neat to stay away!!! I predict Neat will go the way of Palm and shortly cease to exist.
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