EDoc Organizer is a sleek and intuitive program that allows users to organize a variety of electronic documents. It doesn't have a ton of features, but it does have a few effective tools that make document organization a breeze.
The program's interface is well-designed and attractive, with its features separated into several pains and a handful of menus. Users simply import existing electronic documents or scan paper ones, and the program displays thumbnails of each one. Users can use color-coded labels to organize the documents; the program comes with labels for bills and the months of the year, but users can create their own custom labels as well. Documents can be sorted by age, and a search feature allows users to search their documents, although it appears only to search labels and document comments. Although the program does not have a Help file per se, the publisher's Web site does contain video tutorials. Overall, we found the program easy to use and potentially helpful, even if it is a little short on features. It's an effective way to organize electronic documents and is suitable for users with even basic computer skills. We can think of many potential uses for it, from organizing monthly bills (so many of which arrive electronically now anyway) to keeping receipts and important papers, and even keeping research sources organized.
EDoc Organizer is free. It installs desktop icons without asking but uninstalls cleanly. We recommend this program to all users.