When scanning documents using optical character recognition software (OCR), you have the choice of a variety of resolution settings measured in dots per inch (dpi), a traditional printing measurement that's also used for digital images.
Even if your office is already paperless, you will still have to deal with an occasional influx of paper documents. The best way to manage these is to immediately convert them into digital files so that they can quickly be integrated into your paperless office system. In order to do so, you’ll need to scan them. Improperly scanning your paper documents, however, will exacerbate the length of the process and possibly harm the quality of the scans. That’s why it’s essential to have a system in place to effectively convert your documents. Here is how to scan documents properly for best results: