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keithl

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  1. I see. Do you know if the option exists in ScanSnap Manager Evernote Edition? I do not see anything that says 1 JPEG to 1 NOTE. I just tried setting my scanner to JPEG and it still create 1 Note which held multiple JPEGS. I must be missing something... I'm using 1.0.51
  2. I don't mean to revive a dead thread but, this had my terms. Is this what you guys are using to create a separate note for every document scanned, as a jpeg? I missed that feature using the evernote Scansnap compared to the non-branded Scansnap, ie. every scan a separate note. Is there any downside to going that route, jpeg over pdf? I can't stand how evernote puts all scans into a single pdf and am looking to avoid it at (almost) any cost BUT still want to be able to search for any word. Is that possible? I assume the the jpeg is probably only searchable while it lives in evernote but
  3. Actually, has this been added in a round about way? I posted this in a different topic, File Format JPG Vs. PDF I don't mean to revive a dead thread but, this had my terms. Is this what you guys are using to create a separate note for every document scanned, as a jpg? I missed that feature using the evernote Scansnap compared to the non-branded Scansnap, ie. every scan a separate note. Is there any downside to going that route, jpg over pdf? I can't stand how evernote puts all scans into a single pdf and am looking to avoid it at (almost) any cost BUT still want to be able to searc
  4. I don't mean to revive a dead thread but, this had my terms. Is this what you guys are using to create a separate note for every document scanned, as a jpeg? I missed that feature using the evernote Scansnap compared to the non-branded Scansnap, ie. every scan a separate note. Is there any downside to going that route, jpeg over pdf? I can't stand how evernote puts all scans into a single pdf and am looking to avoid it at (almost) any cost BUT still want to be able to search for any word. Is that possible? I assume the the jpeg is probably only searchable while it lives in evernote but
  5. It's good to see I'm not the only one looking for this. Almost a year later and no change. After my support request (not sure if I mentioned, I did create one) the tech said it was coming. Still not here... :-(
  6. No I hadn't heard of the trick, it's a decent workaround but, I'd still really love the one pdf per page. Thank you though. Sometimes I find myself scanning just a bunch of mail at once and would love to be able to review them as seperate pdfs from evernote. In hindsight, I would have been better not paying the premium price for ScanSnap Evernote Edition and done a DIY verison with the standard scanner :-( I just created a support request. Thanks
  7. I can not believe the option to create one pdf per page isn't constantly requested. I see it's available in ScanSnap's standard scanner via: http://scansnapcommunity.com/tips-tricks/95-does-scansnap-create-multi-page-pdfs-or-single-page-pdfs/ I find it wildy frustrating to scan a pile of documents and yes, I scan a pile of documents at once with no rhyme or reason because I just want a digital copy and I like to sort after the fact (hence evernote) and it turns the scan into one giant pdf. I know I can seperate them via Adobe into multiple pdfs but, it's yet another thing to do in my wor
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