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  • #30911

    Hi
    I’ve just started using clinic office, and can’t figure out how to transfer scanned documents from one area of my PC on to clinic office, or how to get my scanner to scan them directly to patients records. Any help much appreciated!

    #32077

    William
    Keymaster

    Hi Jill

    Thanks for the post. The ClinicOffice v4 User Guide has a section called “Patient Editor – Documents and Files” on page 98, this explains how to import documents and scan new images into ClinicOffice. You can open the User Guide by going to the Help menu and by pressing the COv4 User Guide button. To read it you have to have a pdf reader such as Adobe or Foxit Reader. Hope this helps.

    William

    #32078

    Hello,
    Does anyone know of a free (or at least cheap) app that can use your phone’s camera to take a picture of a document and save it as a pdf that can be edited on the phone? I know of some apps that can do the first part but none that have editing functionality. Does such a thing exist? Or even if it is two separate apps: one to convert to pdf, and the second to edit, that would be great too.

    Thank you so much!

    #32079

    William
    Keymaster

    Hi lucky96

    Thanks for the post. I did a quick Google and found the article below which might help you if you are using an Android phone.

    https://www.howtogeek.com/166610/who-needs-a-scanner-scan-a-document-to-pdf-with-your-android-phone/

    The article also provides another link that leads to the Google Play and has other PDF scanning apps for your phone.

    Hope this helps.

    #32080

    Hey thanks for the great support system you provided…..really its healp for me….

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