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Opinions about ecopy desktop software?

by steffypete / May 12, 2009 5:21 AM PDT

Looking for input about "ecopy Desktop" software. It is a personal/small office productivity product that allows you to work with paperless files. Interested in opinions about functionality and value.

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eCopy Okay.
by trgrant72 / March 4, 2010 2:04 AM PST

We are using eCopy Desktop version 7.0. And while it has it's problems, it has become an essential part of our work. We are now considering upgrading to Windows 7, as a result our version of eCopy doesn't work. So, we will either need to upgrade or find a comparable product.

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eCopy...So So
by MrO14526 / August 18, 2011 1:43 AM PDT
In reply to: eCopy Okay.

So... what did you end up doing? We are on v9.0

I'd like to be able to Pan & Zoom with the mouse wheel... I'm surprised it doesn't seem to work that way.

Also... I'd like to put markups on Layers, but it looks like that's not available either.

A couple of small enhancements and we would have a very useful tool.

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