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Nice small box with a nice small scanner in it.
Once you open the box, this tagline jumps out at you...
Here's everything that's in the box. The software and instructions are at the bottom, the scanner and pseudo-suede (say that quickly) bag above.
This is the opening screen from NEAT Receipts.
Here you can see a receipt on the left and the data that was OCR'd from the receipt in the form on the right.
The Inspector View lets you take a closer look at the receipts. The items that are highlighted in the receipt can be dragged over to the form or any other drag-and-drop application on the Mac.
Just to give you an idea of the size of this scanner.
This view of your receipts or documents, which is supposed to emulate Cover Flow, never worked for me.
This gives you an idea of the dimensions of the NEAT Receipts scanner. The application is running on the screen in this photo.
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