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What is eCopy PaperWorks?
eCopy PaperWorks is an easy-to-use desktop software application that complements existing scan and capture technology. This next generation document imaging solution maximizes personal productivity by allowing office workers to scan, merge, modify, and connect documents to electronic workflows and back-end business systems. Users can turn paper documents into electronic files, which can be easily combined with documents from other applications, enforce protection of sensitive information with permanent redactions, immediately find information by text search or bookmarking, and integrate documents with email, fax, and document management systems.
With a set of document manipulation tools and pure integration to document management systems, eCopy PaperWorks enables office workers to work more efficiently with scanned output, and other electronic files as a part of their daily process. Supported OS include Microsoft Windows Vista x86, Microsoft Windows XP with latest service pack, Windows 2003 server with latest service pack. The processor should be Intel Pentium-based PC or equivalent recommended, an 800 MHz processor for Windows Vista, 300 MHz processor for Windows XP and Windows 2003, 512 MB of RAM, and 500 MB of free disk space.
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File types supported by eCopy PaperWorks
About file types supported by eCopy PaperWorks
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Last updated: : March 7, 2014