|Initial release||November 6, 2011(iPad)|
|Stable release||PaperPort 14 (Windows)
PaperPort Notes Version 2.1.0 (iPad) / August 2, 2011 (Windows)
November 13, 2013 (iPad)
|Operating system||Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and iPad|
|Size||4.7 MB (iPad)|
Depending on the version, PaperPort can use its built-in optical character recognition to create files in searchable Portable Document Format (PDF); text in these files is indexed and can be searched for with appropriate software, such as Microsoft's Windows Search. Earlier versions of PaperPort used Nuance's OmniPage to provide this function. It provides image editing tools for these files.
PaperPort allows scanned documents to be separated into individual pages, and reassembled into new PDF files.
Originally, PaperPort created files in .MAX file format natively, but later versions use PDF. Versions of PaperPort from V14 cannot edit .MAX files, but they can be converted to PDF, which can be edited.
- Official website
- Review of PaperPort Professional 12 – PC World
- Review of PaperPort Professional 14 – PC Magazine
- PaperPort 14 Getting Started Guide (User Manual)
- PaperPort EULA (End-User License Agreement) for Versions 11, 12, 14 (there was no 13)
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