Monday, February 13, 2012

More Intel Reader Tips

Speed Up Processing.

In recent tests I have found it much faster to scan and process one page at a time.

Place your document to be read on the Capture Station and cover one page with a blank piece of paper. Scan and capture each page singly and it makes processing about 30% faster.

Cover Footnotes on Scanned Documents.

When scanning a document with footnotes. Cover the footnotes with a blank sheet of paper.

Covering footnotes makes playback of the text much easier. The scanner does not read italic text very well and this can spoil ones reading speed and pleasure. Especially if the page has a lot of footnotes. The easiest thing to do is cover them up and not scan them at all.

Zoom in to Text

When using the Capture Station zoom the camera in as closely as you can to the text.

Doing this makes it easier for the reader to interpret the text.

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