Many legal applications require documents to have a sequential number, called a bates stamp, printed in a specific location on each page. Usually this requires the purchase of a much more expensive scanner that has a built-in printer, called an imprinter or endorser to print the number on the pages as they are scanned. However, if documents are being submitted electronically, the bates stamp does not have to be physically printed on the page. SimpleIndex's Electronic Imprinting feature lets you apply the bates stamp to the images after they are scanned, saving you thousands on specialized scanning hardware.
Electronic imprinting is also useful for anyone looking to apply a page numbering scheme, scan date, copyright notice or any other text to document images as they are scanned.
|How can I configure SimpleIndex to perform bates stamping or page numbering for my images?|
|How much do Simple Software products cost?|
|How do I configure SimpleIndex to scan documents?|
|How can I use barcodes or blank pages as separator pages to indicate document breaks?|
|How are Simple Software products licensed?|
|How do you configure OCR to read index information from MS Office or PDF documents?|
|Can SimpleQB be used to scan in receipts and invoices which are then matched to the files kept in the QuickBooks System?|
|How do you configure the Autofill feature?|
|Is it possible to read OCR or Barcodes only on specific pages instead of every page?|
|How do I transfer an existing SimpleIndex license to another computer?|