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Chronic (pen/paper) note taker here, just cannot get into the hang of taking notes on my laptop during a meeting or call. I was transcribing notes into EN but fell woefully behind so found that scanning my written notes from standard 8.5 x 11 pad paper into EN via my fujitsu scansnap. I have to add tags and a title but this works fairly well. HERE'S THE QUESTION.... Frequently when scanning a multipage (paper) note the back page, which is blank, of the note pages appear in the (ever)note, so a 3 page (paper) note would have page w/ writing, blank page, page with writing, blank page, etc.. Is there anyway to edit that (ever)note and delete those blank pages? I can't figure it out, THANKS in advance.
I just purchased a Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500M to use with Evernote on my mac. Once I got everything installed and set up, I tried scanning some documents, and had one major annoyance: "Scan to Evernote" (the seemingly Fujitsu-supplied helper program) spends a lot of time doing OCR on the scanned images, and won't let you scan a new document until the OCR process has finished. For a 10-page document, the OCR process is taking me about a minute, even though the scan takes a fraction of that time. Does anyone know (a) if there's a solution or workaround for this problem, or who to contact to try to get in touch with the application developer? I'd be happy to poke around at the source code if it was publicly available but I don't think that's the case. Maybe a better solution would be somehow setting up a "watch folder" and pulling PDF's from the filesystem rather than using the ScanSnap Evernote integration tool? (haven't yet researched but I assume this is possible)