Saving Handwritten Notes to Evernote (as a JPEG File)

This section explains how to save the scanned image as a JPEG file to Evernote.

When you save a JPEG file to Evernote, text recognition is performed on all text, including handwritten characters, and the file becomes searchable in Evernote.

ATTENTION
  • You need to create an Evernote account (free or paid).
  • To save a file to Evernote, you first need to sign in to Evernote for Windows.
  1. Click the [Scan to Evernote (Note)] icon Scan to Evernote (Note) in the Quick Menu.
    • Evernote for Windows starts up, and the JPEG file is saved to Evernote.
    HINT
    • When you select [PDF(*.pdf)] for [File format] in the [File option] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, a JPEG file is created from a PDF file. A single JPEG file is created for each page of the PDF file.
    • When you select [PDF(*.pdf)] for [File format] in the [File option] tab of the ScanSnap setup window, a four-digit serial number is automatically added to the name of the file which is saved to Evernote.
      Example: When the file name is [ScanSnap], the file is saved as:

      ScanSnap_0001, ScanSnap_0002, ScanSnap_0003...

    • Even after the scanned image is saved to Evernote, the same file as the scanned image remains in the folder specified for [Image saving folder] in the [Save] tab of the ScanSnap setup window. Delete this file if unnecessary.
ATTENTION
  • You cannot start scanning when the Quick Menu is displayed. Save the JPEG file to Evernote before scanning the next document.
  • Do not move, delete, or rename scanned images using other applications while the Quick Menu is displayed.
HINT
  • Profiles can also be used for the linkage function. For details, refer to Profile.
  • ScanSnap Folder can also be used to save scanned images to Evernote. For details, refer to ScanSnap Folder Operations.