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  1. I finally found the right link. Someone posted this for Windows: http://evernote.com/download/get.php?file=ScanSnapWindows. I substituted "Mac" for "Windows" and I finally got the SSEE file instead of the Evernote file.
  2. I finally found the right link. Someone posted this for Windows: http://evernote.com/download/get.php?file=ScanSnapWindows. I substituted "Mac" for "Windows" and I finally got the SSEE file instead of the Evernote file. The one Tracey posted looks identical; however, it was redirected to the Evernote download and the not the SSEE download. Strange.
  3. Sorry, but this is the same file that I've downloaded before. It appears not to include the SSEE drivers and Scan Manager software.
  4. No one answered in about six hours, so I suspected that I had posted it in the wrong place.
  5. I'm trying to install the drivers for SSEE on a new Mac computer. When I enter evernote.com/scansnap, I'm now directed to the download page for the Evernote software not the SSEE drivers. My Evernote software does not recognize my SSEE because of the lack of proper drivers. As I recall in the past, there was one package that contained both the drivers and the Evernote software. This appears not to be the case any longer. Can someone direct me to the proper location to download the SSEE drivers and scan manager software? I've spent several hours yesterday and today trying to find this elusive software, but the only pages I can find for the iX500 scanner are for the non-Evernote edition directly from the Fujitsu web site. This is not the proper software. Help greatly appreciated. -- Carl
  6. I'm trying to install the drivers for SSEE on a new Mac computer. When I enter evernote.com/scansnap, I'm now directed to the download page for the Evernote software not the SSEE drivers. My Evernote software does not recognize my SSEE because of the lack of proper drivers. As I recall in the past, there was one package that contained both the drivers and the Evernote software. This appears not to be the case any longer. Can someone direct me to the proper location to download the SSEE drivers and scan manager software? I've spent several hours yesterday and today trying to find this elusive software, but the only pages I can find for the iX500 scanner are for the non-Evernote edition directly from the Fujitsu web site. This is not the proper software. Help greatly appreciated. -- Carl
  7. Well, I download, paid for, and have registered the educational version of Adobe Acrobat Pro XI, and the process went very smoothly. The initial registration process was much easier than previously. Now, I hope that the software doesn't unregistered itself periodically like the old one did. From the reviews this is apparently not the major issue it once was, and when it does happen re-registration is no longer like trying to receive an FBI clearance. .
  8. I just checked and Adobe seems to have simplified its educational registration and I'm still eligible as an emeritus. I may give them another try. The Amazon reviews testify to the new simplification. Those reviews tend to be reliable if you filter out the obvious idiots! :-)
  9. I just checked and Adobe seems to have simplified its educational registration and I'm still eligible as an emeritus. I may give them another try. The Amazon reviews testify to the new simplification. Those reviews tend to be reliable if you filter out the obvious idiots! :-)
  10. Acrobat X Pro must be the only one that automatically straightens pages like that. I know that the other PDF programs that I've used do not do that, though at one time I had a utility that would do that; however, I don't currently have that on any machine. It was a program back in about the XP days. Acrobat is sooo expensive that I've kind of steered away from it in recent years. I had an educational copy (I worked for a university, now retired) several years ago, but it kept losing its license credentials and the process of going through Adobe to get the credentials restored each time there was even a minor update to the OS, or I installed a new HD, etc., was so long and painful that I just gave up on Adobe. In recent years I've used Nitro Pro and FileCenter, but they do not offer this kind of automatic straightening. The rescan and replacement is a viable option, I was just hoping to find a simple solution that would not only solve this rather minor problem but would do so automatically in the future. If I were a richer man, I'd just buy a copy of Acrobat X Pro. I'm not poor, but their prices the last I looked were just outrageous. Thanks very much for your input.
  11. I just used my ScanSnap EE to scan in a 49 page document. One page is crooked and needs to be straightened. I can think of several ways to do this, but wondered what might be the easiest and quickest way to accomplish this task. Perhaps someone else has encountered this problem and has a slick solution. My best solution is to load the PDF file into Graphic Converter 9 and then straighten the page in that app. Right now, however, I'm on a PC and not my Mac, and I don't have a program on this machine that will do just a simple straighten rather than a 90 degree or more rotation. Thanks for any help you can give. -- Carl
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