Tag: ocr

OCR Tutorial for Acrobat

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A step-by-step guide to making image-only PDF documents searchable using Acrobat — a must-read for lawyers or other professionals looking to convert large volumes of scanned files. This tutorial from PDFforLawyers.com’s David Fishel covers versions 4, 5 and 6 of Acrobat and explains their relative strengths with respect to Optical Character Recognition (OCR).

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AdLib OCR 1.9 released

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AdLib eDocument Solutions has released the latest version of AdLib OCR, an add-on to its Automated Document Interchange (ADI) platform, AdLib eXpress.

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AdLib releases eXpress 2.7, OCR 1.8

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AdLib eDocument Solutions has released updates of its popular AdLib eXpress and AdLib OCR products, enabling customers to deploy document-to-PDF conversion across the enterprise.

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Turning Paper Into Searchable PDFs

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While Acrobat’s Paper Capture plug-in is not going to give you the power to turn an office completely paperless, it’s particularly useful for making key data and info available across a network. For example, imagine having information like commonly accessed contracts and documentation on a computer network, instead of locked away as paper in a filing cabinet. This tip introduces you to using Acrobat’s Paper Capture plug-in.

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