If you are looking for Neat, you have come to the right place. We explain what Neat is and point you to the official download.
What is Neat?
Neat is a digital filing software. It is available for Mac and Windows platforms. Neat for Mac extracts and identifies essential information from paper then sorts it automatically in your Digital Filing Cabinet. You can make searchable PDF files, expense reports and IRS copies of receipts for all your information in an organized library. You can scan and send business cards to your Address Book directly. Neat for Mac works with Mac OS X 10.6 or later version with 1GB RAM, 650MB free disk space, DVD or CD-ROM drive for installation and USB port. You can save images in PDF, JPEG and other known formats. You can export data to Turbo Tax, Quicken, Excel and more.
Neat for Windows features a drag and drop folder system to organize your files. It provides keyword search that scans whole documents. It can synchronize contact data and contact management applications with Outlook. It has a Reporting Wizard to make tax, expense and spending reports. You can use this program on Windows Vista, XP and 7 32bit and 64bit. You need Pentium 4 2GHz or faster processor, 1GB RAM, 1GB hard disk space, DVD or CD-ROM drive and USB port. You can send data to Quickbooks, Outlook, Quicken, Excel, TurboTax among others. You can save images to PDF, JPEG and other known formats.
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File types supported by Neat
About file types supported by Neat
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Last updated: : December 6, 2012