[Coco] Archiving articles: To scan or not to scan?
rob.coco at zaphod.tzo.com
Sun Jul 8 22:08:14 EDT 2007
I have an HP Officejet 6310. It has a built-in scanner with a sheet feeder. (Top can be opened for single sheets or other material)
It appears to automatically compensate for the scanning bulb, so less work is needed to correct the color of scans.
What is really nice about it is that scanning to the computer is as easy as pushing a few buttons on the printer. Documents can scan directly to files or into a program you choose.
Combined with a program like NitroPDF, the combination looks pretty good.
From: "Jim Cox" <jimcox at miba51.com>
To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: 7/8/07 4:48 PM
Subject: [Coco] Archiving articles: To scan or not to scan?
I want to clear out a bunch of old magazines and would
either like to cut the articles I want and store them in a
file, or scan them on store them electronically (on
mirrored hard drives of course)
I don't have a scanner yet, but I most likely will get
one. Can anyone recommend a good one?
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