In the My Scans page, simply double click on the Preview Image on the right side and the scanned Picture will be launched in the Windows Photo App. If you have choosen another windows store app to be the default picture app than those app will be launched instead. […]
View scanned items as Cards or Grid You can choose between two different view types for your scanned items in the Settings Page: Cards View Grid View When you’ve choosen the Grid view you can sort by any column simply by clicking on the column header. .
Scan Archive is the all-in-one Scanner Solution for Windows 10! Flatbed and Feeder Scanners are supported. Powerful filter options, you can even search in the full text thanks to the build-in OCR engine. Export archived scans as picture, PFD or MS Word Document.
Performing a search in the list of archived scans You can search not only in the properties of the scanned documents (like description or keywords) but also within the full text of the documents thanks to the build-in OCR (optical character recognition) engine. You can switch between AND / OR […]
To print a scanned document simply click on the Print button The standard Windows Print Preview opens with the scanned document Hint 1: When you’ve scanned multiple pages via feeder at once, all those pages will appear in the Print Preview. Here you can select which pages you want to […]
In the My Scans Page click on the “Export as” button In the appearing PopUp Menu select Portable Document Format (PDF) After that, you can choose the paper format (by the way: you can change the default paper size in the Settings of the app) You’re done, the PDF document […]
In the My Scans Page click on the “Export as” button In the appearing PopUp Menu select MS Word Document (DOCX) After that, you can choose the paper format (by the way: you can change the default paper size in the Settings of the app) […]
In the My Scans Page click on the “Export as” button In the appearing PopUp Menu select one of the picture formates (that is PNG or JPEG) Now you’re promted to select a directory. The image will be exported to this directory. When multiple pages have been scanned at once, all […]
Go to the New Scan page Here pick your scanner device from the dropdown. It may take a few seconds to query all available scanner devices connected to your computer. After you have selected a scanner device, the Preview button (if supported by your scanner!) and the Scan button become […]
Go to the From File page and click on the Import button to import any image from disc. After that, enter the properties (name, description and keywords) and click the Save button. Import an Image through Windows Explorer Moreover you can also import pictures right from the Windows Explorer! […]