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No Document Scanner? Use the Adobe Scan App

Posted by M.G. - SwiftlyServed on 12/27/2021
No Document Scanner?  Use the Adobe Scan App
If you do not have a document scanner nearby, we recommend that you use the Adobe Scan app to upload and send us your documents.

*This scanner app works best when the paperwork is placed on top of a dark surface in a well-lit area.*

Once the documents are scanned and transferred to your computer, you can proceed to and place your order for service, then email us a link via the app to [email protected].

How to scan your legal documents using the app:

Step 1: Download and Install the Adobe Scan app on your phone from the Google Play or Apple App Store.

Step 2: Once installed, open the app and sign in to your Adobe account. If you don't have one, you can create a new account for free.

Step 3: To scan a document, tap the camera icon at the bottom of the screen. Make sure that you have the documents on a dark surface and in good lighting and hold the camera steady over the document you want to scan.

Step 4: Adobe Scan will automatically detect the edges of the document and capture an image. You can adjust the crop by dragging the corners of the image, and tap the checkmark icon to save the scan.

Step 5: You can continue to scan additional pages by tapping the "Add Page" button at the bottom of the screen. Once you have scanned all the pages you need, tap the "Done" button.

Step 6: You can now choose to save the scanned document to your device, upload it to Adobe Document Cloud to access on your computer, or share it via email to [email protected] or other apps.

Step 7: If you need to edit the scanned document, tap the document to open it, then tap the "Edit" icon at the bottom of the screen. You can then add text, highlight, or annotate the document as needed.