New Genealogy Technology: Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner

Gordon Nuttall
Dec 2, 2011
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About this webinar

Are you going home for the holidays? Take your Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner with you to scan those precious documents and photos that Aunt Betty won't let leave her home. You will have your own digital copy to pass on your legacy. We will show you how to overcome research challenges using the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner. Family historians and genealogists alike are often faced with challenges creating quality digital files of both documents and images. Challenges seem to appear at every turn… in an archive scanning fragile documents, or on a once-in-a-lifetime trip exploring family roots. Scanning documents is an essential part of gathering and sharing genealogy records. Conventional scanners require long hours at your computer, can't scan documents that are at a remote location, are fixed in size, and can damage the original fragile document. In this webinar, we'll show how to use the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner to scan with high detail wherever the document is located, and with any size original. Learn why the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner is a highly regarded genealogy research tool and is the only scanner permitted in the National Archives because it does not risk damaging the original.

About the speaker

About the speaker

A Denver native, Gordon Nuttall is a published author, innovation presenter, and highly-driven entrepreneur.  He has founded two other small businesses and four non-profits, one of them the Glen Haven Historical Society.  His vision fr
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