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The Unofficial ScanSnap Setup Guide Fourth Edition

Back in 2008, I bought my first Fujitsu ScanSnap which at the time was the S300M. There were bits and pieces online about how to most efficiently use the ScanSnap, but nothing that tied everything together. It wasn’t that I wanted to know what each screen, button, and option did – there is a manual […]

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ScanSnap iX100 Review – Wireless Battery Powered Scanner

As Mugatu so famously said in Zoolander, “Wireless scanners are so hot right now.” Today Fujitsu America is releasing their second Wi-Fi scanning model – the ScanSnap iX100. Fujitsu has sold a mobile ScanSnap (the S1100) since 2011, but it had one limitation – it needed to be connected to a computer via USB. Over […]

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My Thoughts On The ScanSnap Evernote Edition

Since the 2013 Evernote Conference, I have received many many (did I mention many?) e-mails asking me what I think about the new ScanSnap Evernote Edition. I understand why this is. I’ve written many posts about the ScanSnap, and I’ve written many posts about Evernote, so I am solidly inside the Venn diagram for this […]

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ScanSnap SV600 Supported On The Mac

When the ScanSnap SV600 was released, it was supported on Windows only. You can read my review of the ScanSnap SV600 here where I go through all the features of the scanner. Thanks to a tip from awesome DocumentSnap reader David, I see that there is an online update for the ScanSnap iX500 that adds […]

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Fujitsu ScanSnap On Mavericks – Your Experience?

To my great surprise, the latest version of Mac OS X, 10.9 Mavericks, was released yesterday. I am about to go on a trip so I am holding off upgrading for a bit, but I want to check – how is the Fujitsu ScanSnap on Mavericks working for you? ScanSnap Mavericks Compatibility The short version […]

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Scansnap SV600 Review – Book Scanning Reimagined

Well, the ScanSnap SV600 is certainly different than any other ScanSnap that I’ve experienced. A question that I get all the time is this: “What’s the best way to scan books, magazines, or other things that won’t fit in a document feeder?” I’ve never had a satisfactory answer to that question until now. Fujitsu hooked […]

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Launch ScanSnap Manager When The Lid Is Lifted

The ScanSnap software can be automatically launched when the ScanSnap lid is opened. How cool is that? This post shows you how with Keyboard Maestro.

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Prepare Your ScanSnap For Mac OSX Lion

If you have a Fujitsu ScanSnap and are thinking of upgrading to Mac OSX Lion (10.7) which is due sometime in July, you will want to take steps to prepare yourself. The good news is that it appears that Fujitsu is on top of it (you may remember the ScanSnap Snow Leopard fun from last […]

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What Every Table Needs

I don’t know about you, but when I look at a table I always think that it is missing two things: a screen, and a scanner. After all, I’m the one that is always saying that if you have trouble finding time to scan your documents, you should combine it with other activities. Fortunately, the […]

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Reader Story: Adding Amounts To Document Filenames

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s featured DocumentSnap reader is Sophie Perreault from Quebec, Canada. What problems were you trying to solve by going paperless? […]

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