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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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I have a scanner script that I got from here:

http://beaukey.blogspot.com/2015/09/document-scan-with-vbsscript-and-wia.html

OPTION EXPLICIT

'--- dim objects...
dim wsh, fso, objWIAdialog, objImage, imgFilename
set wsh=CreateObject("wscript.shell")
set fso=CreateObject("scripting.filesystemobject")
set objWIAdialog = CreateObject("WIA.CommonDialog") 

'--- Start the Scanner dialog box, where a scanner can be selected...
set objImage = objWIADialog.ShowAcquireImage

'--- Save and show the scan if the scan was successful...
If Not objImage Is Nothing Then 
    Randomize
    imgFilename=fso.GetSpecialFolder(2) & "\Scan2BMP" &  Int((999999 - 100000 + 1) * Rnd + 100000) & ".jpg" 
    wscript.echo "Scan stored as BMP in file: " & imgFilename
    objImage.SaveFile imgFilename 
    wsh.run(imgFilename)
End if 

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It works fine. I would like to tweak it so after it scans, it opens Adobe (I have the full version on Adode CS) instead of windows Image Viewer. I also don’t want to save the file, just have it scan and open in Adobe – is that possible?
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I have an issue with all the Fillable PDF Forms, if I log in through terminal server into my shared Drives (we use Terminal servers for offsite users) and open any Fillable PDF Forms the fields are all blank but if I go directly to those forms on the share drive while I'm on the network without using TS all the forms are filled, the form were created on computers with Windows as an operating system (not a MAC), Both the Adobe Acrobat reader on the local machines and the terminal server are (Adobe Acrobat Reader DC) Version 2018.011.22.8, both have identical Adobe reader settings so I'm not sure what is causing the issue
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I want a local based office documents management system, I don't mind on a local nas server or something like that. We have a lot of sales employees who get a take invoices and receipts. and it just keeps piling up. I think a paperless office is the way office. scan it, shred it, search and use it anytime.

some features I can find online:

1. Approval Workflow

An invoice, a vacation application or another document needs to be approved by one or several people before next steps?

2. Sharing

Share documents, folders, sections or even the whole account to anyone you like. With "View" permissions they can only see the document; with "Edit" they can also edit the meta data.

3. Notifications

Set and get automatic notifications for changes in documents, folders or sections as often as you choose.

4. File versions

You can upload a new version of a document and preserve the existing metadata and all earlier versions of the file

5. Reminders

Whenever you need a notification at a certain date and time, just set up a reminder!


6. Powerful search

We have built in a powerful search so you can search documents not only by the file name but also document's title and metadata,

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Hello Experts,

         I need to display various types of images, including .tif, .jpg, .pdf, .rtf and looking for a universal control (or set of controls)
that would enable me to do this in .NET environment

        Regards,
        Alex
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I have an Adobe Livecycle generated form, the form is hosted on an intranet, and it collects few pieces of information from users, I'm trying to add a "save as" button onto the form so that users can save, print, email the form along with the data entered, so I added a "save as" button with the relative javascript line (app.execMenuItem("SaveAs"), but when I preview it I get an error;
Save a Blank Copy of this Form, Data typed into this form will not be saved.

What's the work around and what do you recommend.

Thx
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Hi all,

I am scanning hundreds of contract documents into my computer's Dropbox folder. From there I want my workers to visit remote sites with atablet and have the customer sign the digital contract (e-document saved in Dropbox). What's a good method for doing so in terms of app, tablet, process?

Any help would be appreciated.
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I have some PDF documents in a library (SP 2013). I want to be able to look at the PDF file and enter information taken from it into columns related to that document.

For instance, the file is a PDF of a petition. I want to be able to look at the petition and see that 8 people signed it, and enter "8" into the column named "Number of Signers".

I've done a lot of searching but I can't find any results.  It seems like this has to be possible, so maybe I'm just not wording my search correctly.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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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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