To scan and organize in one step, you can scan a document directly into your file cabinet. Up to that point, I was using QXP 7. Include dynamic information if you’d like. You will always have total access to your client data, inside of FileCenter or outside of it. So how can we get Adobe to take control of the printing to pdf rather than whatever has control of it now?
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Get a Lacerte DMS alternative and replacement that meets professional needs with professional features! Do I really need to do this twice??? A far better solution: FileCenter, on the other hand, organizes your files in regular Windows folders but gives you a superior organizational interface, driven by clients. Also, has anyone else noticed that if you save a file using an existing name, that the “Replace” button is now the default button, rather than “Cancel”?
Make network administration simple through Shared Settings. Please give an example of an application that does this. To speed up your scanning, FileCenter offers cover-sheet separators.
Keep your files local, and guarantee your access. A database, like Lacerte DMS used, essentially locks up your files.
This same thing asking twice for the file name happens to me in Adobe 6. This is for any kind of inbound file like network scans, network faxes, files on a digital device, etc.
FileCenter integrates with those programs too If you are asked for the file name twice, you are using the OS pdf creation facility not Acrobat.
Go to original post. Consistency is king, especially with filing. Why leave the software to work on PDFs? Go from paper to fully searchable PDF in just a mouseclick and file lacertf away at the same time.
The other thing that makes me think it’s Acro9 is that I get lcerte behavior in Word v. Welcome to powerful yet simple document management. Don’t give up that ability!
It lets you store any file from almost any program. FileCenter lets you change the name of a file as you attach it, lets you zip up multiple files, and even lets you turn the attachment into an uneditable PDF.
The printer will convert them to a PDF that you can organize with your other files.