Looking for a way to organize scans
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Hi... a new lurker here.
This is kinda related to SCA, so I hope that no one minds me asking
I have numerous magazine pages and book page scans as well as jpeg/pictures saved from searching. I am looking for some type of system software to use that will allow me to search (by a tag or letter recognition) and to group images (pages) by theme etc.
A file cabinet will not work as many magazine pages (or other paper bound sources) have info or pictures on the reverse that I want to keep but do not go with whats on the other side (theme, source material, era, etc).
Does anyone know of anything that I can use for such a "database"? I have written databases with Microsoft Office but I would like a ready-to-use product.
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- Sorry, but I couldn't think of a better place to get a good translation! I'm looking for the Latin version of: "How hard can it be?"
- I am no expert by any means, however best I can do is:
quam difficilis est is ut curo
which really means How diffiicult is it to manage and not how hard can it be, but I can't find a translation for how hard can it be.
--- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, "revivecorsets" <exstock@...> wrote:
> Sorry, but I couldn't think of a better place to get a good translation! I'm looking for the Latin version of: "How hard can it be?"
> -E House