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Old 12-27-2004, 05:56 PM   #1
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Default whats the best way to scan a large amount of documents?

Basically i want to scan a whole lot of documents into pdf format. Kinkos and like stores won't help me out becuase the material is copyrighted... anyone know of a place that can help me out ? or got any other ideas?
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Default Re: whats the best way to scan a large amount of documents? (elmalouno)

there are document scanners that can do hundreds of pages at a time. I would call around to maybe some legal document type places. they may have these machines. I have never seen a copy place like kinkos have a document scanner like those. search for document scanning in google for something local.
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sounds good man.. thanks for the tip.

anyone else?
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Default Re: whats the best way to scan a large amount of documents? (elmalouno)

You need one of those scanners/photocopiers/faxes/printer dealys. We have one at my office and you can set it up so that you can stack like 50 pages ontop of it and it will shoot them through the machine and scan each one and save it as a JPG on your computer. Like when you use a photocopier and you stack a whack of papers on it and it copies each one.

Maybe your office, a friends office, or a parents office has one of those that you can use.

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