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Are there any known applications of Evernote that combine scanned documents with indexing of key documents (dare I say it?) in physical *paper files* ??? "Original" documents required for tax, ownership, legal agreements, and other purposes need to live somewhere, and probably ought to be at least scanned and indexed into Evenote. Has anyone come up with a template for organizing these kinds of documents in the physical realm? Would greatly appreciate any pointers, either here on Evernote's site or beyond.
Hi All, I took the plunge a couple of weeks ago, got myself a ScanSnap 1300s, and have jumped into paperless like a maniac. I've garnered a ton of great info from these discussions. Big thanks to all that are contributing! I've come to my first obstacle that I can't find a good solution for. I receive quite a few documents that I need to sign and I'm wondering, how do you guys handle this? Of course, I could just print, sign, scan and send back out, but I'm wondering if there is a better solution. I have my signature and initials scanned so if the document comes in Word or something similar, it's pretty easy. Acrobat has digital signing capabilities but I'm not sure how many people use/accept the documents that way. Thoughts? Thanks, Lynn