It turns your phone or tablet into a smart scanning tool and makes it easy to create digital documents – like a recipe book – from anywhere. With Adobe Scan you can…
- Scan anything in a snap – Hold the device over whatever you want to scan— notecards, cook books, magazines. Adobe Scan automatically finds the edges of your document, then captures and cleans the image with advanced image processing technology. No more do-overs of wonky scans! And there’s no limit to the number of pages you scan (not the case with other free apps). So, when that neighbor texts you for the recipe, you can snap it, and send it right over in PDF format!
- Get text you can work with – Scan automatically converts printed text to digital text so you can amend a recipe anyway you wish, and of course, any images will be brilliantly captured.
- Organize and share recipes as PDF’s – Scans are automatically converted into smart PDFs available in Adobe Document Cloud, where they’re easy to edit, search, and share from anywhere.
- See for yourself – Check out Adobe Scan’s how-to video to see exactly how it works!
So, when you’re sharing your Hazelnut Shortbread Cookies this year, think about sending a beautiful copy of the recipe along with your treat. And, you can do that SO easily with Adobe Scan. You can also make a beautiful hand written recipe card, and simply scan it with Adobe Scan, and print out multiple copies so it looks personalized for everyone on your list. Go ahead and try it out. You can download Adobe Scan on iTunes or Google Play.
NOW For the Hazelnut Shortbread cookies that your neighbors are going to flip for.
Hazelnut Shortbread Cookies
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/4 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon honey
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup flour
2/3 cups chopped hazelnuts, divided
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