The Open SharePoint icon you see top left in the eCopy Papeworks tool bar will allow you to view all collection sites you have rites to see into. The Save SharePoint icon is preset to scan direct into an all ready targeted SharePoint Collection site. After you position paper into any scanner, Paperworks will drive the scanner to bring in the paper as tif or PDF images. Once you have the paper into PaperWorks in image format, you then click on either icon, name your document, and then deposit into a SharePoint Collection site.
The image you see below represents a connection into SharePoint Hosted/BPOS Paperworks (no browser required) allows direct scan into SharePoint.
February 11, 2010
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are rapidly adopting Microsoft SharePoint to improve information-worker
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authentication and access rights
SharePoint content types, metadata, and workflows for accurate indexing
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