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Install/Update the REV scan native app on your system

To set-up scanning into REV on your system  please follow these steps, In order to update to the latest version of the REV native scan app, first uninstall the current version of the app from your machine with these instructions,   Go to ‘Control Panel’ on your computer   Click on ‘Uninstall a program’   Click and open ‘RevWinDesktop’ program and click on Uninstall'        2. Open your REV workspace in Chrome or Edge browser and login in         3 Read More

How to run the import images as documents utility for REV 3.6?

This utility allows users to import images from a defined folder to REV as documents. This is a premium feature in REV which will be set-up for you by REV account support . Please contact REV support to set this up for you. The steps mentioned here are to run the utility after it has been set up for your account/workspace. Open windows file explorer and navigate to the folder containing the set up files for the utility.  Type 'cmd' and hit enter on your keyboard to open up windows command prompt at this location  Type 'ImportFromFolder.exe' and hit enter on your keyboard in the command prompt window to run the utility Read More

What is ‘Print to Rev’ and how to use it?

What is ‘Print to Rev?’ Rev’s ‘Print to Rev’ feature eliminates the need to print files, images and documents that need to be indexed and have not yet been printed. It gives users the option to import images open in applications such as MS Word, PDF files, notepad, Excel Sheet, Google Docs that have an option to print, directly into Rev, thereby eliminating the need to print them. How to use ‘Print to Rev?’ Please follow the following steps to use ‘Print to Rev’ Open the image or document that you want to import into Rev on your screen Click on the print command in the application in which the image is open, such as Word, Excel, Notepad, Google Docs, Tiff, JPEG or PNG Select ‘Print to Rev’ as your printer and click on ‘Print,’ Click on ‘Print to Rev’ in the ‘Print to Rev’ dialog Read More

Indexing Multiple Images

Originally published @ In Rev, users have the option to capture or scan images in any order and  later rearrange them in whichever order they want them to. The best way to do so, is to adjust the size of these images to thumbnail as it will simplify the process of reordering them by showcasing all the documents in one place. This also makes it easier for users to drag and drop images to different positions which accelerates the indexing process. In Rev users have the option to process multiple images that are part of a single document in one go. Whereas, Splitting gives them the option to process multiple images from separate documents all in one go as well. This saves users time and Read More

Import images into Rev

Originally published at Rev allows users to digitize their documents, which means they can easily convert paper documents into images and index those images into Rev to make them easily retrievable. This is the first step towards organizing their paper documents using our system. Users can import images into Rev using a number of options. The first one is to use the Attach images icon. This icon loads a window that prompts the user to attach an image. It is a very straightforward process in which users select the image they wish to attach and load it into the system.   The second one is to use the drag-and-drop option which a Read More

Introduction to Rev

Originally published @ Rev helps you store your documents and retrieve them anytime from anywhere. It is a ready-to-use software and works with any kind of setup. You don’t have to invest in any additional IT infrastructure. All you need is a smart device connected to the internet such as your computer, tablet, mobile or even your smart TV. You can create your Rev account and immediately start using this amazing service. Every document you scan or import is indexed with keywords into repositories of your choice. You can pull up any indexed document with just a few clicks on your device. After you sign up and log into Rev you will land on the Create Repository page. A repository Read More

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