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Is there one on internet? If there is so let me know

Dec 27, 2010 6:46PM PST

As A teacher I have plenty of printed resources but I have to create new lesson plans from printed documents. Entering all papers is a mammoth task. I have scanned them and I want to convert the information online. I am looking for a good site which is a high quality site with support services. Is there one on internet? If there is so let me know, I don't mind paying for my job

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To do what?
Dec 27, 2010 7:30PM PST

Sorry but it is not clear from your post what you want this web site to do.

Can you be more specific? For example, entering all papers into what? How are you doing this entering at the moment?

Mark

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Hi Mark
Dec 27, 2010 8:13PM PST

Isbora is a very busy person.
- Today he's a teacher.
- Two days ago he was a programmer: http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6121_102-511341.html?messageId=5053378#message5053378
- Four days before that he was a student: http://forums.cnet.com/7723-10150_102-510818.html?messageId=5051047#message5051047
- And from July to September he only wanted to convert Books: http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6121_102-411489.html?messageId=3380298#message3380298 and http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6121_102-408493.html?messageId=3367762#message3367762

But he never converts anything. He just asks about it. No need for any reply, because he doesn't read them anyway.

Somehow, it looks like a shill for some converting services. But it stops at the question. Maybe because I lock those question too soon.

Kees