Deskew (straighten) pages when scanning to PDF

Q: How can I deskew (straighten) a document when scanning so that I can get a better OCR result? A: Starting in PDF Studio 12 (Pro) and above, you can deskew (straighten) a document on scan dialog. On scan dialog, make sure to check the “Auto deskew images” checkbox. See below for the scan dialog when […]

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Scanning documents to PDF in Linux

Q: Can I scan documents to .pdf file in Linux systems? A: Yes, PDF Studio is able to scan paper documents directly into PDF on Linux systems. Make sure to download and try PDF Studio free demo version. PDF Studio uses Sane to communicate with the scanner on Linux so there may be some restrictions […]

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Troubleshooting scanning problems

Q: I’m having problems when trying to scan into PDF Studio.  What can I do? A: Using PDF Studio, you can directly scan your paper documents into PDF documents. This will allow you to work towards a paperless office and save time and trees.PDF Studio, like many other cross-platform applications, uses TWAIN (or SANE under Linux) to […]

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Set up your scanner to work with Saned Daemon under Linux

Q: How can I set up my scanner to work with Saned Daemon under Linux? A: If for some reason PDF Studio is unable connect to your scanner through the default option of Sane Direct, you might try to connect to your scanner through the second option called Sane Daemon. This option should only be […]

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Scan to PDF – Big document size

Q: I am scanning large documents (black and white text) to PDF. The resulting PDF is big. Is there an easy way to reduce the file size so it can be emailed? A: There are a few things you can do at the time of scanning to minimize the file size of the resulting PDF […]

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