How to scan documents for free on your iPhone

How to scan documents for free on your iPhone

Rossen reports: How to scan documents for free on your iPhone



Hey, let’s go over the list first. We are preparing for the busiest travel season of the year and of course I want to help you with inside information including when is the busiest travel day. It changes from last year so it is so much fun and you will be surprised then a *** reminder that can save your life and the life of your family the household task you need to do now it will take 1 minute but you need to do it and finally next time it asks When someone scans a *** document and sends it to them, you don’t need to download an app, pay for it, or go to the store. *** I found a hidden way to do it on your iPhone for free. You’ll want to see this, and I’ll share it with you. First, vacation travel will be more chaotic than ever before. Pandemic pandemic, travel app says 70% of us have travel plans for Thanksgiving only, but we’ve had it in years past before our busiest travel day before the holiday. So heading to Thanksgiving was always the Wednesday or Tuesday before Thanksgiving this year, we’re going a lot early. We spend the week with the family. I was going to a Sunday before it got fine with 3.3 million people expected to travel that Sunday and the following Sunday will be the busiest travel day of the week because we want to get out of the dodgy and the airports that will be more crowded. Here you go Atlanta Dallas Fort Worth and Denver *** Lots of hubs there. So just remember to book your first flight if you can, it is less likely to be canceled or delayed after that. We just went through daylight saving time and you probably thought the hours were all you needed to worry about. But this is not true. We are supposed to change smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detector batteries every six months and would like to use daylight saving time as the best reminder to do so. *** A new report from the National Fire Protection Association says there are about 361,000 house fires. Look at this number. I mean think how many today *** just last year alone and the CDC says 430 people die every year more than one day *** due to accidental CO poisoning so change these batteries now if you’re not safe. Finally, when I learn cool new tech tricks, you know, I get them right for you. I have to share. You don’t need a scanner *** or run out to an office or retrieval to scan documents anymore and send them to someone. You can do it right on your iPhone for free. You probably already knew this, but no one I didn’t know and everyone I asked didn’t. So here’s what you do on your iPhone, here go to the Notes app on your iPhone. Then tap this, the new note icon here in the bottom right corner tap the camera icon. And then on scanned documents, they make that pretty easy. This will automatically check everything you want. No glare. As if you just took a *** photo of yourself and it will automatically convert it to *** pdf, which is what you need to send now, if your documents need to be signed, no problem there either. When you go to send it, just click here, tick here in the middle and send. I will be posting all this step by step on my website, Rawson Reports dot com. So you can navigate the Notes app, that deal.

If you need to scan a document, you don’t need to buy a scanner, run to your desk, or download an app. There is a way to do this on your iPhone and it is completely free. Scanning the document will automatically convert it to a PDF file. Follow the steps below: Go to the Notes app on your iPhone, and tap on the New Note icon in the lower right corner. Click on the camera icon then on “Scan Documents” and hit the Save button in the bottom right corner and this will save it to your notes. When you’re ready to send it: Click the document. Then tap on the export icon in the upper right corner. You can also sign your document: right before choosing where you want to send it; Scroll down the list. Then click Markup. Use this tool to sign your document.

If you need to scan a document, you don’t need to buy a scanner, run to your desk, or download an app. There is a way to do this on your iPhone and it is completely free.

Scanning the document will automatically convert it to a PDF file.

Follow the following steps:

  • Go to the Notes app on your iPhone.
  • Click on the New Note icon in the lower right corner.
  • Click on the camera icon and then on “Scan Documents”.
  • Hit the Save button in the bottom right corner and this will save it to your notes.

When you’re ready to send it:

  • Click Document.
  • Then tap on the export icon in the upper right corner.

You can also sign your document:

  • right before you choose where you want to send it to; Scroll down the list.
  • Then click Markup. Use this tool to sign your document.

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