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Old 04-24-2011, 01:04 PM   #1
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Like others here, I really would like to put my tons of paper into computer format. This discussion in February — Scanner problem? — really whet my whistle, but I have some questions.

What software do you use to manage the scanning? For the Mac I see recommendations for (and against) Mariner Paperless, Neat Notes, and Ironic Yep.

For storing I have Yojimbo (and a demo of SOHO Organizer, but I don’t think it is much better).

Do I need some other tool to get things copied, labeled, tagged, and stashed?

Not sure what functional differences there are between Fujitsu 1500 and 1300. The $450 1500 has a special Mac version. The $250 1300 is portable and claims to work on Mac or PC.

Any advice?

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