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Link to this post 03 Oct 13

Has Linux got a simple list of current receipt scanners (like the Canon P-215, Neat Desk, etc.) that will work DIRECTLY with this OS? I've already spent several hours online searching, reading posts, etc., and I'm out of time. Please help.

Link to this post 03 Oct 13

Yes - that's the idea exactly - BUT, a quick look at the three scanners listed there tells me these are simple desktop scanners for PDF files. A "receipt scanner" (I don't know if there is a different name for this type of hardware) is something that comes with software which can "tag" scanned items and interface with an accounting program (like Quickbooks - though we won't be using that particular one). It has OCR (is that "optical character reader"?) technology in order to accomplish that task. The Canon P-215 is currently the most highly rated device for this task, and we like the ADF it has. But my research showed that it doesn't work with Linux :-( I don't know if the Neat Desk does, but we've voted that one out for other software reasons + lack of ADF (auto document feeder).


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