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Method for scanning small documents by using a card reader kit

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6222644.

The invention relates to a card reader kit for scanning a plurality of small documents by using an image scanner and a computer system, and generating a document image file for each of the small documents automatically. The card reader kit comprises a plurality of blocks for placing the small documents and the system comprises a form file which comprises the location of each block on the card reader kit. The method comprises the steps of:(1) placing each of the small documents on one block of the card reader kit;(2) scanning the card reader kit coupled with the small documents into the system to generate a master image file;(3) processing the master image file by using the form file to generate a document image file for each of the small documents.

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