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Books' pages photos with android device for academic work


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Hi.  Depending on what version you're using,  tapping the thumbnail image just after you take the picture should give you choices about whether to save the picture as a document,  a photo or a visiting card (amongst others).  Your selection will (obviously) change the way the image is processed,  but you should find that the result will be consistent at least if you always make the same choice.

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No, the answer was correct.

The view depends on whether EN interprets the picture as a document (above) or a picture (below). This can be switched.

The build in app can’t convert to other file types, and conversion to a word file is offered by few scanners only.

What it does however is OCR the picture on the EN server, making it searchable.

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No, the answer was correct.

The view depends on whether EN interprets the picture as a document (above) or a picture (below). This can be switched.

The build in app can’t convert to other file types, and conversion to a word file is offered by few scanners only.

What it does however is OCR the picture on the EN server, making it searchable.


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Thanks a lot for the explanation. I had a similar difficulty.

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On 26.02.2021 at 01:00, gazumped said:

Hi.  Depending on what version you're using,  tapping the thumbnail image just after you take the picture should give you choices about whether to save the picture as a document,  a photo or a visiting card (amongst others).  Your selection will (obviously) change the way the image is processed,  but you should find that the result will be consistent at least if you always make the same choice.

Thanks for the info! I've started using Evernote recently, and also had such problem

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