user-defined settings for quick scan

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VinnieBoomBatz
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user-defined settings for quick scan

Post by VinnieBoomBatz » Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:59 pm

I do not see any way to configure the settings for quick scan. For example, I always want to scan duplex.

It would be nice for the user to be able to define his own quick scan settings.

Loïc
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Re: user-defined settings for quick scan

Post by Loïc » Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:04 pm

Hello,

This can be done by starting the acquisition wizard first. And then, subsequent quick scans will apply settings used during the first one.

Let me know if I am not clear enough or if you encounter any other problem.

Best regards,

Loïc

ttetsumako
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Re: user-defined settings for quick scan

Post by ttetsumako » Thu Feb 12, 2015 8:30 am

date stamp that automatically appends itself to a scanned file?
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Re: user-defined settings for quick scan

Post by Lisa » Tue Jul 07, 2015 3:44 pm

ttetsumako wrote:date stamp that automatically appends itself to a scanned file?
Hello,

In PaperScan version 3 Professional edition, recently released, you can now create your own "preset annotations" (rubber stamp, arrow, sticky note, highlighter...) in "preset annotations editor" and choose custom text, color, even a date and use them on your documents by a simple click.
OrpalisInvoiceAnnotationsDemo.jpg
How to create preset annotations
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How to use preset annotations
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Don't forget to use "burn annotations" before you save your documents if you're not under PDF format or you'll lose them.

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