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Scaning with Adobe acrobat 8 pro

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Scan a lot of pappers with text and diagrams. A lot = more than 1000 folders or something.


After an update the process take a lot more time than before, think we shold use 200 dpi and color, how does this effect the time? Any other things that effect the time a lot? But the real problem is that it loads every scaned page and does something that takes a lot of time for every new page.

What I done so far:
Read Acrobat 9 Pro Extended * Scan a paper document to PDF

When scanning I chose Create Pdf -> From scanner.

Any advice?, Is there any difference on scanning with preset or without?
Jan 22 '09 #1
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OCR is a nice feature, but with it turned of this don't take a lifetime anymore :)

Problem solved: Turn of OCR if you don't need it,

Optical character recognition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jan 22 '09 #2

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