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Scan documents to PDF with a single click, using NAPS2

Portable archives available (doesn't require installation)
Free and open source
NAPS2 is completely free to use for both individuals and businesses, and includes no ads or unwanted software. If NAPS2 has helped you, consider making a donation.


1) Easily scan with your chosen settings, or set up multiple profiles for different devices and configurations. Once you've finished scanning, you can save, email, or print with only a couple clicks. Save to PDF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, or other file types.
2) Compatible with both WIA and TWAIN
3) Choose the driver that works best with your scanner, as well as settings like DPI, page size, and bit depth. Scan from a glass flatbed or an automatic document feeder (ADF), including duplex support.
4) Rotate, crop, and rearrange scanned images
5) Order your pages however you like, including tools to interleave duplexed pages. Easily rotate your pages at right angles, or straighten them at any angle you like. Use image editing tools to crop or change brightness and contrast.
6) Identify text using OCR
7) Search through text included in your PDFs by using optical character recognition (OCR), in any of over 60 languages.
8) Use NAPS2 in your native language. Choose from over 20 different languages. If your language isn't available yet, help translate!
9) Tools for power users and businesses
10) Optional command-line interface (CLI) for automation and scripting
11) MSI installer and application-level configuration available for group policy (GPO) deployment


eolo's picture
Last seen: 1 year 9 months ago
Joined: 2012-01-06 13:59
NAPS2 (Not Another PDF

NAPS2 (Not Another PDF Scanner 2)
Scan documents to PDF and other file types, as simply as possible.

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Last seen: 4 days 10 hours ago
Joined: 2014-01-18 18:05
Is there any update on adding

Is there any update on adding this to portableapps? They have a portable download version on their website so I imagine that it would not be a lot of work to get this going on portableapps platform.

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