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December 01, 2011

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Chuck Newton

I use a ScanSnap by Fujitu. I have had it a few years and it is flawless.

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The Neat software for the receipts scanner was similarly nightmarish. The software insisted on posting receipts to Quickbooks as "bills" (not as transactions.) Anyone who uses Quickbooks regularly realizes that this is uncomprehendingly insipid. Repeated emails, calls, and discussions on their forums lead me absolutely nowhere, and the scanner sits in a drawer except for travel where I might need a scanner --- as hardware, it's great. The software is just awful as you say.

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