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DocumentSnap Paperless Solutions

The Unofficial ScanSnap Setup Guide

The Unofficial ScanSnap Setup Guide
You have an awesome scanner, but how do you set up the software and use it efficiently? A helpful guide for ScanSnap owners written in plain English. Starting at $5.

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Go Paperless With Hazel

Go Paperless With Hazel Webinar
Wouldn’t it be great if your Mac could name and file your documents for you? This webinar takes you through how I use a great Mac application called Hazel to do just that. View for $10.

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Paperless Document Organization Guide

Paperless Document Organization Guide
Now that you have scanned your files, what do you do with them so that you can find them again? Are you struggling to figure out how to organize and find your documents? If so, then the Paperless Document Organization Guide may be for you. Starting at $15.

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Paperless Action Plan

Paperless Action Plan
Need some extra help going paperless? Join us for an action-oriented class where Brooks and the other participants help you develop your own customized paperless action plan. You’ll know what you need to do and how to do it. Closed now, but be notified when it is opening up again.

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Scanners

ScanSnap iX500
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Instant PDF Sheet-Fed Scanner for PC
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25 ppm

11.5 x 6.2 x 6.6 inches

6.62 pounds

Holds 50 sheets – Great for Office/Home Office

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ScanSnap S1300i
 : Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i
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12 ppm

11.18 x 3.90 x 3.03 inches

3.08 pounds

Holds 10 sheets – Great for Home/Home Office/Portable

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ScanSnap iX100
 : Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100
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12 ppm

10.74 x 1.87 x 1.41 inches

14.1 ounces

Holds 1 sheet – A Mobile Wireless Scanner to go anywhere

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ScanSnap SV600
 : Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600
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20 ppm

8.26 x 6.14 x 15.08 inches

6.6 pounds

Contactless – Great for books, small objects, and other documents

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It’s no secret that the Fujitsu ScanSnap line of scanners are the ones I recommend the most often. Having said that, the best scanner is the one that works for you.

I personally like the ScanSnap because it is small, lightweight, and out of the way when you don’t need it. Also, Fujitsu has put ease of use and speed as their top priorities. There is one button to press, and since it has an automatic document feeder and scans both sides of the page, you just throw your different sized documents in and hit Start. Done.

Don’t take my word for it though. Check the Amazon reviews and see what others have to say.

Other Scanners

Canon MX922

Canon MX922

All-in-One with ethernet and wi-fi. Can scan to Evernote and Google.

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NeatConnect

NeatConnect

Scanner that can scan to the cloud without needing a computer.

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Canon P-215II

Canon P-215II

Very fast, lightweight, TWAIN and ISIS compatible.

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Doxie Go Plus

Doxie Go Plus

Small, lightweight, wireless, can scan to an SD card.

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Backup Solutions

Online Backup

CrashPlan
CrashPlan is the online backup service that I use. It’s available for Mac and Windows. Find out more…

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Offline Backup

Western Digital Elements

Seagate Expansion
If you just need an external drive, you can’t go wrong with a Seagate Expansion. It’s what I use. Find out more…

Online Scanning Services

Shoeboxed

Shoeboxed
Send your receipts and business cards to Shoeboxed, or scan your cards using their free iPhone app. They’ll pick out the important data and organize it for you. Read my review or Find out more…