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How To Edit Scanned Documents On An iPhone


With increasing number of mobile apps that appear on the market, iPhone has often been used for document management and not just for chatting on Viber and surfing on the internet. Every now and then you receive a document that needs to be further updated and the problem arises if that document is a scanned photo. In other cases, you may need to repurpose old paper documents and the quickest way is to take a photo of each document and edit it. However, editing images is not something you can do with the default apps that are placed on your iphone, you will need to install Image to Excel app instead.

Once you have installed this file conversion app on your mobile device, you can apply these easy steps and turn your scanned images to editable Excel format:


Open the app and tap on Photos to choose an image from your gallery or tap on Camera to take a new photo.
As soon as you choose an image you want to convert, the conversion will start.
The converted will be appear in the app.

What else you should need to know

If you received an image via Gmail, or someone shared an image with you via cloud storage apps, just tap on the document to save it. The received image will be saved in your gallery. If you already have the photo in your gallery, you will be able to access the app immediately and start converting the file.

The app converts both native and scanned images, even screenshots. If you are in a hurry you can pay for instant conversions, the lifetime subscription price is $ 9.99. However, if you want to use it for free, you can still use it- there is no difference in conversion quality, just in waiting time. You will wait for an hour to get a file.

Once you get a converted file, you will need MS Office app or any other app that views .xsls files. With this app you will be able to extract table data from image format to editable Excel spreadsheet.

Considering how much time you spend using your iPhone and trying out new handy apps, this Image to Excel app should definitely be on your list.








How To Edit Scanned Documents On An iPhone How To Edit Scanned Documents On An iPhone Reviewed by Michael Ajah on Friday, September 09, 2016 Rating: 5

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