PCs are the primary instruments that we use today to manipulate data and information — whether it’s documents, pictures or business contacts. This is a great thing when that data or information is already digital, but how do you get text from a printed document into your computer? Keyboards are our typical input method, but the process of “scanning” can sometimes be more efficient and accurate.

SCAN HO!

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