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gscan2pdf - graphical interface to aid in the pdf scan

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gscan2pdf - graphical interface to aid in the pdf scan
Just two clicks are enough to scan multiple pages and then save all or selected pages in a PDF or DjVu file, including metadata if necessary.
gscan2pdf can control conventional or automatic sheet feeder (ADF) scanners with SANE via libsane-perl, scanimage or scanadf and can scan multiple pages in sequence. Shows reduced displays of scanned pages and allows simple operations such as cropping, rotating, and deleting pages.
You can apply optical text recognition technology to scanned pages and save the output in PDF or DjVu files.
Convert to PDF file format using PDF:API2. The final document can be saved in PDF, DjVu, TIFF (multipage), or a graphical format single page image.
gscan2pdf - graphical interface to aid in the pdf scan
gscan2pdf - graphical interface to aid in the pdf scan
gscan2pdf - graphical interface to aid in the pdf scan
I do not have a scanner, so I got an error that the scanner is not detected.
gscan2pdf - graphical interface to aid in the pdf scan
Usage
1. Scan one or several pages in with File/Scan
2. Create PDF of selected pages with File/Save
The gscan2pdf program is available in the official Ubuntu repository, so it can be installed through the Software Manager of Linux Mint or by using the terminal.

Installation into Linux Mint:
sudo apt-get install gscan2pdf
You can automatically keep up to date with the latest version via the ppa
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jeffreyratcliffe/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gscan2pdf
May the Force be with you,
Good Luck!!!
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