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How much does it cost to scan a document?

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The national average cost to scan a paper document ranges from $0.07 to $.0.12 per page.  There are a number of other factors that can affect the price, including the condition of the documents and discounted rates applied for bulk scanning (large volumes = reduced price per page).

The chart below shows the average document scanning prices per page based on the type of material scanned.


Document Category Average Cost
Paper Scanning $0.07 to $.0.12 per page
Large Format Scanning $1.25 – $1.75 per page
Microfiche Jacket(16mm and 35mm) $0.75 to $1.25 per sheet
COM Microfiche $1.25 to $3.00 per sheet
COM Fiche $3.00 to $.5.00 per image scanned

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