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Scan to PDF in Ubuntu, with Beagle Searchable Meta Data

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This bash script lets you scan directly to a PDF and then search your scanned PDF's using beagle, not just by file name, but by the information (meta data), that you can save with your PDF.

I developed this script because I really want to have a paperless desk and I could not find an easy way to scan documents to PDF, (and find them again!).

A picture's worth a thousand words...

I have a "launcher" on my desktop called "scan", I just click it and....

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