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How to Automatically Index Scanned Forms Using Barcodes

, 25 Feb 2011 CPOL 15.9K 7
Did you know you can add barcodes to the forms your organization uses? Barcodes give scanned images a readily identifiable key, allowing for easy storage and retrieval in a database or content management system. Review the code samples and see how to add barcode reading and writing to applications.

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Founded in 1991 under the corporate name Pegasus Imaging, and headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Accusoft Pegasus is the largest source for imaging software development kits (SDKs) and image viewers. Imaging technology solutions include barcode, compression, DICOM, editing, forms processing, OCR, PDF, scanning, video, and viewing. Technology is delivered for Microsoft .NET, ActiveX, Silverlight, AJAX, ASP.NET, Windows Workflow, and Java environments. Multiple 32-bit and 64-bit platforms are supported, including Windows, Windows Mobile, Linux, Solaris x86, Solaris SPARC, Mac OS X, and IBM AIX. Visit www.accusoft.com for more information.
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