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Scanned a photocopy of a hand written document using iPhone. The original had a white background but was not very legible. The results produced a document with a bright yellow background. Actually, that is preferable in this case and I would like to replicate the yellow background for subsequent pages of the same document which were produced with a white background. Can't figure a way to show a picture here.  THanks for any clues as to how this happened and how I can choose the option in the future.

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Scanned using Scannable or the photo option in EN for IOS?

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Was the document about the size of a post-it note, or square?  Not sure, but Scannable may have converted the pic to a post-it format.

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Doc was squarish but roughly 7.5 x 8 inches. Does look like a Post It note.

 

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Yeah, again, not sure, but I took a Scannable snap of a regular post it and a larger square of paper (both with handwriting on them) and I ended up with the post it logo beneath the image when I viewed them in EN Windows.  So Scannable may be automagically doing something, I just don't use it enough to know.  Behavior says so though.

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Yes, you are right. I now see the Post It emblem below the doc when I view in EN. Now if I could just figure out the way to choose that style. Thanks.

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A guess would be something square with handwriting on it.... 

Or you could take the picture within the IOS EN app.  There is an option to save as a Post-it.  Not sure it would work for you though.  FWIW.

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Thanks for the info. Haven't done much scanning into Evernote so may try that option. It will be hard to beat or equal Scannable's clarity.

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You are welcome.  Let us know how it goes.

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