I’ve just released Catfood PdfScan 1.40. This is a minor update that fixes a few bugs: crash on load checking for product updates when the Catfood web site is unavailable and crash when trying to set the image quality on a scanner that does not support this capability. This is a recommended update for all scanners of PDFs.
PdfScan 1.20 adds a preview of each scanned page and a Clear button so you can start over if necessary without exiting and restarting. There’s also one bug fix, the installer now includes a file that is necessary on some systems (the WIA redistributable, wiaaut.dll). This is a recommended upgrade for all PdfScan users.
Download PdfScan 1.20.
Since I shipped the first version of PdfScan I’ve become something of a paperless office freak. I use it to capture bills, receipts, tax documents and anything else that used to clutter up endless box files. Combined with SugarSync all my scanned documents are sent to the cloud and, should the need arise, I can peruse old gas bills from my phone.
1.10 has a new option that lets you choose if PdfScan closes after you save a PDF. This had really started to bug me when scanning through a pile of documents (the original always closed after saving). 1.10 also stores your most recent paper size and ADF selections for good measure.
Download PdfScan 1.10.
Catfood PdfScan scans documents to PDF. You can scan from a flatbed or automatic document feeder (ADF) scanners, and you can scan as many documents as you like before saving a PDF file.
PdfScan also allows you to set properties for the PDF file: the title, author, subject and keywords.