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 Office needs a high speed document scanner any suggestions?

Answer Try a Plustek PS286+ or PS406. These are reasonably prices scanners that do a good job:http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/73…http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/71…
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I need to get a new ISP my choices are between Comcast High Speed or ATT, does anyone have any suggestions?

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Do you know of a portable document scanner that don't need to be connected to a computer to scan a document?

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Well i have scanned a document using a scanner,how can i make it editable i.e a word document which i can edit?

Pretty simple, you need an OCR application. It will convert the image into text file. Download from here: http://www.freeocr.co.uk/freeocr25.zip
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