Have you ever needed to convert part of a print book into a PDF file? Researchers can now do that with the simple push of a button in the Law Library. The Book2Net Spirit Scanner near the Law Library Circulation Desk will capture the scanned pages and save them to a PDF file on your flash drive. To use the scanner, simply place your book face-up on the scanner tray, insert your flash drive into the system, and follow the on screen instructions. Scanning is as simple as turning a page and pressing a button. Better yet, there is no charge for using the system since no paper or toner is used in the process. For more information, researchers may contact the Law Library at (405) 325-4311
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