Bar One 1.0

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Bar One has been designed to be used with a ScanSnap scanner from Fujitsu. It will take the ScanSnap PDF output and automatically separate and rename the file by the contents of a barcode. Ideal uses would be for Work Orders, Shipping Documents.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
Keith Passaur
Price:
$195
File size:
32.00 Mb
Date added:
February 20, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
Bar One has been designed to be used with a ScanSnap scanner from Fujitsu. It will take the ScanSnap PDF output and automatically separate and rename the file by the contents of a barcode. Ideal uses would be for Work Orders, Delivery Tickets, Invoices, Check Stubs etc. or any other document that could be searched for by a reference number (barcode) and needs to be batch processed.
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