How to use QR Codes to share documents

Do you know how to use QR Codes to share documents, don't you? Now you can share your whole documents with using OR code. Nowadays QR Codes are pretty much famous. TagMyDoc is offers its user to add a QR Code to your own physical documents, directly from Word, Excel or PowerPoint. When someone scans that code, they will get a full copy of the document on their device.

It saves your printing costs, and means you don’t have to worry about how many copies of a document or presentation to output for a meeting, for example, using QR reader any one can get a copy of their own. It’s a great service, but TagMyDoc has just been made even more useful, as it now lets you connect to popular cloud storage services Box and Dropbox, and tag and securely share documents you store there.

To use it you just need to download and install the free Word, Excel or PowerPoint add-in, create or open a document, and click the Tag option. You can also tag a document through the website, which is useful if you use with MS Office.

When you print a copy of your tagged file, a QR Code will be added to it. Anyone can scan the code using their choice of QR reader (such as ScanMyDoc app for iOS, Android and BlackBerry) to get a virtual copy which can be printed or shared.

You just need to create a free account. and upload your document and tag it to gat QR Code.

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