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Document Imaging

Document imaging is an information technology category for systems capable of replicating documents commonly used in business. Document imaging systems can take many forms including microfilm, on demand printers, facsimile machines, copiers, multifunction printers, document scanners, computer output microfilm (COM) and archive writers. Document imaging is a form of enterprise content management, built around the need to manage and secure the escalating volume of electronic documents (spreadsheets, word-processing documents, PDFs, e-mails) created in organizations.

Hi Experts,

Any one help me out with way or show direction ?if i click picture via my phone or say Camera of one ornament...that picture stored as .jpg format  - my question ? is there any way to convert that image so when ever i print that image it will print in its actual size i.e. if i place same ornament on that print out it will match in its size ...

take a example of below picture ...i clicked via my phone and this book is 17.25cm * 12.50cm.....how do i save or convert this image so when ever i print it will print in its actual size..book
Thanks
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We have converted a bunch of PDF's to HTML using JPDF2HTML, they look great for the web on a computer but when viewing from an Android it looks messed up.  Does anyone know of a conversion tool that converts from PDF to Traditional HTML and will work properly on Android?  

Thank you
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I have a pdf file of several invoices for analysis.  The pdf files have the invoice as a picture, rather than scanned text.
Is there a good way to convert this picture to editable data?

I cannot include my example, as it has confidential information contained.

Many thanks
David Phelops
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I have used Paperport  for years to scan my documents for my investment and Insurance business and it has worked very well but there have been times it failed me and when I must have inadvertently downloaded Windows 10 I was having major issues with Paperport 14.  I then turned to my Vcom premium support experts and they somehow installed 14.5 on my system.  I has worked ok until today when I attempted to look at a TIFF file and PP 14.5 crashed multiple times.  I downloaded the Std Patch 1 and it still crashed.  What should I do?
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How do I change the file format to TIFF?   I want the Kyocera Ecosys M3550idn to send to all the workstations shared folders in TIFF format.  This seems straight forward but I can't find the button to switch the setting.
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I have a PDF file that has some non-ASCII text (Hebrew letters) that I want to extract in text form (and then convert them from unicode to HTML - that part I have covered,) but I've been unable to extract those Hebrew letters cleanly using cut & paste and couple of other methods. The file in question is attached here; thanks, Mike
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we are running a custom application for archiving purposes asp.net based with twain and api for core archiving app (third party)
with main functionality (scan using twain driver ) assemble scanned papers to one tiff file format and save the file (document)
we ran into issue as assembled document has a medium size for black/with 500kb  and large size for color documents (10-90)mb
which is unacceptable
target size is
(20-200 kb) for black and white documents (papers around 10 pages)
(200kb-2 mb) for colored documents relay on resolution and # of papers per documents
any suggestion for a good dll can be used to (disassemble,assemble)with a good acceptable size
hint:
current document count vs size is 52,000 document with total size 46 GB
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I installed paperport 14 when I installed my new scanner Xerox DocuMate 3220. It worked fine for a few months. This week it has crashed several times. I uninstalled it and went to Version 12 which I had on hand. It has also crashed. Could this be a compatibility issue. I tried to reinstall version 14 but it will not install.
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Do you know how to create a .TIF image file that would contain the statement:   Image Not Available

As for the properties of the .TIF image file, preferably it would have a width of about 1700 pixels and a height of about 650 pixels.

You can look at the attached ImageNotAvailable.docx for the properties of other .TIF image files I am also working with.
ImageNotAvailable.docx
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How do I retrieve a blob from mysql and save it to a file using vb.net
Blob can either be a jpg or pdf.
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Hello,  
Thanks for reading my post.  
Does anyone have example powershell script to convert image files to .pdf; example image format files are JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF?  An example of the use case is employee expense reimbursement.  An employee digitizes their cash receipts; scenario A - captures an image of a cab ride receipt with his/her cell phone and scenario B - scans a hotel invoice with a mobile personal scanner.  The employee attaches two image format files to an e-mail requesting reimbursement.  The corporate accounts payable associate uses a workstation desktop image to pdf conversion utility to compile both images into a single .PDF file.   The single .PDF file is later uploaded into a Document Imaging Software.   A Business Process Management (BPM) product like BizTalk would call the powershell command as part of the business process automation routine.
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Hello,  
Thanks for reading my post.  
Does anyone have example javascript code to convert image files to .pdf; example image format files are JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF?  An example of the use case is employee expense reimbursement.  An employee digitizes their cash receipts; scenario A - captures an image of a cab ride receipt with his/her cell phone and scenario B - scans a hotel invoice with a mobile personal scanner.  The employee attaches two image format files to an e-mail requesting reimbursement.  The corporate accounts payable associate uses a workstation desktop image to pdf conversion utility to compile both images into a single .PDF file.   The single .PDF file is later uploaded into a Document Imaging Software.
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I need to recommend a PDF to Word convertor to a client, but I've received mixed results from some of the ones I've used.

What, in your experience, has produced the best conversion results?  I'm thinking of applications like Adobe Acrobat / NitroPDF.

In my experience a lot of the convertors place a lot of the text in text boxes which isn't good.  I don't mind the odd missed / misinterpreted character though...

I understand the end result will also rely heavily on the PDF to begin with.
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Hi, i was wondering if anyone knew of a very good,

PDF CONVERTER TO JPEG.

must be install able, NOT on-Line.

HIGH QUALITY,  I've seen suggestions, that some do POOR QUALITY conversions.

FREE OK, BUT DON'T MIND PAYING, FOR THE QUALITY, FEATURES AND FLEXIBILITY.

WINDOWS OR UNBUNTU....

OR IF ADOBE HAS THAT SOFTWARE/FEATURE..

I DO HAVE MY PRINTER/SCANNER. BUT THAT'S SOME PRINTING, THEN SCANNING TO DO.
WOULD BE EASIER TO JUST GO PDF TO JPEG...
 
just seeing whats outthere
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Have a client with a lot of PDF files that were scanned at to high of a resolution, so they are huge. Has anybody seen a utility you could feed a file list and it would process those files to a lower resolution, perhaps even from color to black and white?
I'm thinking ideally with a preview of the compressed file before it overwrites the source file?
Or something similar tool?
There are some thousands of these PDF files in various directories.
Being able to give it a directory to process, and include sub-directories would be helpful.
Free is good but a nice solution for a couple hundred $$ might work.
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Here's a tech challenge for you...

I need to create a 54 card deck, two sided. That means I need to lay out all 54 cards thusly...

Front:
1,7,13
2,8,14
3,9,15
4,10,16
5,11,17
6,12,18

Back:
13,7,1
14,8,2
15,9,3
16,10,4
17,11,5
18,12,6

This is how I make the first two sided 18 cards, and have four more PDF's to make the remainder of the 54 cards.



THE PROBLEM is when I need to create sample decks to play through and verify the sequence and content is ideal. What a pain it is to insert a new card at the top of the deck! The whole thing needs to be redone!

Is there a graphic tool that can help me? I would seriously lay down some cash (maybe $100 ;) if it could solve this problem for me.

I have Adobe Acrobat Pro, but nothing else

I wold love a drag and drop interface that lets me re-order the cards, then assigns a unique number 1-54 based on the card's location in the list of 54.

So, wat I mean is that I could contract 54 card faces X 2 == 108, then have them generate the 6 PDF's that have 18 cards on each.

Thanks
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Is there a command line for PDF-XChange viewer to automate the process for saving a PDF as a image file through:
File -> Export -> Export as Image
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Hello there,

I am working on a project that requires to scan a 2d barcode and save the details to the db. I have this camera from SICK(www.sick.com).
I have this model Lector620 OCR. I am new to this camera field and want to know what does it mean when it says Protocol it supports or field bus it supports. For e.g.
Protocol it supports are TCP/IP, FTP (image transmission), PROFINET, EtherNet/IP, EtherCAT® (optional over external fieldbus module CDF600)

CAN bus      ✔
Function      SICK CAN sensor network (Master/Slave, Multiplexer/Server)
Data transmission rate      20 kbit/s ... 1 Mbit/s
Protocol      CANopen, CSN (SICK CAN Sensor Network)
PROFIBUS DP      ✔ , Optional over external fieldbus module (CDF600-2)

can somebody please help me understand these and the methods i can integrate it with my Java application.

cheers
Zolf
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Please provide me with methods, processes, or utilities I can use to convert an entire Publisher 2016 document into a .JPG file.
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Hi,

I have a scanner that saves scanned documents as PDF files,
I am looking for a software that can scan folder of my choice for PDF'S and when it finds one it will check it for gamma correction,
If the PDF is too dark this software will edit it and make it brighter and the other way around if its too bright,
And it will do this edit applying gamma settings that I will configure for both scenarios.

Is anyone knows of such a software or have any similar suggestion to this matter.

Thanks,
Leon
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My OS is win 10 pro, and I use Google Chrome to use google groups, which I manage.  I usually create the documents in Google groups, and when I am satisfied how it looks, I then select all, copy and then go to the groups, create a copy, and then paste it into a new new topic.  
One problem is I like to insert graphics within the documents, especially say at specific locations, maybe on the left, or right, , etc. but the Google docs allows only the 3 modes, left right or centre.  
Can I create the document like in Kompozer and then copy and paste it into the groups.  Or is there any software, peferably free, that is capable of doing this.  
Thank u.
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Hi,

i have 3 adobe pdf files each 200 pages. I want to merge as one single adobe pdf docuent of 600 pages. how to achive this. please advise
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From what I understand, anything on WikiPedia is public domain, and therefore available for the taking. True?

Also, does WikiPedia have another site where images can be gotten?

What other sites are there whereby any image I see is in the public domain?

Thanks.
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Hello:

We have a Canon ImageRunner 3235i and the company has been using this model of scanner to make copies, faxes, and to scan paper documents into .pdf files (or .tif) to a network location for years.  Everything was working well until this past Wednesday.  This was the day after some new Windows Updates were installed on our file server.

If I program a new location on a different server that has not yet installed any of those windows updates (12 of them) the Canon Scanner can indeed save the .pdf file to that other server just fine.  A screen shot listing the different Windows updates that were installedon the file server is shown below:

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I would like to know which update is causing the problem otherwise I will need to un-install 1 update at a time and then restart the Server and then test everything out.  Does anyone have any better ideas?  As I mentioned before the scanner was working very well up until this past Wednesday (after these updates were installed).

I do plan on calling the vendor for assistance as well.  There is a user account associated with the copier and that user account does have full admin rights to the destination folder (per the vendor's request).  It may be important to mention that the scanner can email a .pdf copy of the paper document an  email account successfully.  The copier just cannot save it to a network share that has the new windows updates.
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I am using Adobe Customization Wizard XI to customize a Acrobat Standard XI installation for Windows 7 Pro 32-bit desktops.  Under "WebMail Profiles", I have configured a profile for my users to use.  The IMAP and SMTP servers have been configured, all the user needs to do is enter his/her email address and password and document emailing should work.  However, this does not work as it should.  When the user attempts to send a file, they see the following message:

Error while creating message.

If I go to Edit -> Preferences then select Email Accounts, I see that the configured WebMail Profile is selected as default.  I also see the "Default email application (Microsoft Outlook)" option.  However, I cannot select this as default, nor remove default from the WebMail Profile.  I have gone back to the Adobe Customization Wizard transform for this installation to verify, and Prevent end user from configuring WebMail profile is NOT checked.  Why can the user not alter any of the settings here?  The only option that is not grayed out is Edit under the WebMail Profile, and in there all they can do is change the email address and password.  This part is fine, but why are all the other settings grayed out?  I know it is not a admin thing, because I have admin privileges on my desktop and I cannot adjust any of these settings either.  I need to get one of the following working (preferably both):

  1. Emails to send from the
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Document Imaging

Document imaging is an information technology category for systems capable of replicating documents commonly used in business. Document imaging systems can take many forms including microfilm, on demand printers, facsimile machines, copiers, multifunction printers, document scanners, computer output microfilm (COM) and archive writers. Document imaging is a form of enterprise content management, built around the need to manage and secure the escalating volume of electronic documents (spreadsheets, word-processing documents, PDFs, e-mails) created in organizations.

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