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5 FineReader Mac Update For ScanSnap Works For Older ScanSnaps Too

File this post under the “I will probably regret posting this” category. I had a tip from DocumentSnap reader Hamad that was too helpful not to share. Remember back in November 2009, Fujitsu had to release an update for Abbyy FineReader because it was having problems with Mac OSX Snow Leopard? According to the website, […]

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3 How To Create Searchable PDFs With The ScanSnap S300M

So you read all this great stuff about how the Fujitsu ScanSnap is awesome and creates searchable PDFs, and you’re on a Mac and want a portable scanner, so you drop the cash on a ScanSnap S300M. Then you get it home and find out – wait a minute – the S300M doesn’t come with […]

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5 ABBYY FineReader For ScanSnap Update For Snow Leopard OSX 10.6 Now Available

When it rains it pours.  When Fujitsu released their ScanSnap Update For Snow Leopard, the missing piece was the OCR provided by FineReader.  They said it would be released by ABBYY soon, and as of today, it’s out. The update is for the ScanSnap S1500M and S510M. Click Here To Download The FineReader Snow Leopard […]

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2 NeatWorks For Mac Ready For Snow Leopard

One thing I should mention amongst all the posts about whether the ScanSnap is compatible with Snow Leopard. Back on August 26, NeatWorks for Mac version 2.1.7 was released that makes the software compatible with Snow Leopard. From their blog post on the topic: The next major release of NeatWorks, slated for the fall of […]

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50 ABBYY Finereader And Snow Leopard – File Not Created With ScanSnap

One issue with the Fujitsu ScanSnap and OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard that I forgot to mention the other day is the ABBYY FineReader that comes bundled with it. When scanning with the version of Finereader that ships with the ScanSnap S510M and S1500M, you may get an error message like “File not created with ScanSnap”. […]

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