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eCopy offers free document imaging software

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eCopy is now offering free software downloads of eCopy PaperWorks desktop document imaging software.

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This week in PDF: PDF scanning and conversion solutions updated

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This week in PDF has seen the release of a plug-in for preparing PDF Portfolios for litigation support systems, along with updates to document conversion and scanning solutions.

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Google to index scanned PDF documents

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Google has implemented technology that will allow it to index the full text of scanned PDF documents. In the past, such documents were rarely indexed at all.

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This week in PDF: PDF-to-iPod conversion

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a tool that can convert PDF slideshows for viewing on iPods and the release of a moderate volume scanning solution.

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CVista PdfCompressor 4.0 released

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Forest Hills, New York-based CVISION Technologies has announced the release of its PDF compression and OCR (Optical Character Recognition) tool. Improvements in CVista PdfCompressor 4.0 include enhanced OCR recognition accuracy, compression quality and speed.

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This week in PDF: Digital signature tool now complies with German Signature Law

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a digital signature solution, the release of a free mapping extension for US Department of Defense agencies and a piece of PDF Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software bundled with a new scanning solution.

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This week in PDF: Office PDF widget released

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As Microsoft takes the next step to make PDF creation available directly from Microsoft Office, this week in PDF has seen a personnel move, the release of a new portable PDF viewer and an update to an optical character recognition (OCR) product.

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This week in PDF: Change is as good as a holiday

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As a couch-jumping dynamo bids a not-so-fond adieu to his home studio of 14 years in Hollywood, the PDF world keeps moving apace. This week in PDF sees the release of a freeware PDF viewer, a new piece of PDF creation and conversion software and the launch of a new online mail merge to PDF service.

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OCR, PDFs, and bates-numbered documents

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Finding the interplay of PDF creation, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and bates numbering a little confusing? PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson explains in this piece on just that topic.

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This week in PDF: OCR, GWG and a virus alert

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This week in PDF sees the release of PrimeOCR 4.2, which offers improved PDF-processing performance, as another new member joins the Ghent PDF Workgroup and a time-bomb worm due to activate on Friday that will affect PDF and other documents.

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