Re: How do I add a scanned document to microsoft works
No, I bought the printer-scanner-copier with my recently defunct Toshiba
laptop and although it only cost 100$ CN, it did the job. That computer came
with some HP software which I no longer have with the Acer laptop I now own.
That software was very user friendly, but is it Vista compatible? I don't
know. Anyway your answer put me on the right track. It was the first time I
posted a question in a discussion group and I now understand how helpful they
P.S. We should ask all the members of your favorite football team to each
give Bill Gates a kick in the butt for the headaches he causes Vista users.
"Cal Bear '66" wrote:
> I, personally, have not had to use any OCR software. So, no, I cannot recommend
> The only recommendation I can make is be sure it is Vista compatible, or get
> positive recommendations for XP OCR from other Vista users.
> Did the scanner come with any OCR Vista software? Or any downloadable Vista OCR
> software from HP?
> I Bleed Blue and Gold
> GO BEARS!
> "robz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Thanks for answering. Do you have any suggestion for OCR software?
> > "Cal Bear '66" wrote:
> >> A scanned document IS an image. If you want to edit and make changes to it
> >> you
> >> will have to use OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software to convert it
> >> to
> >> an editable document.
> >> --
> >> I Bleed Blue and Gold
> >> GO BEARS!
> >> "robz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >> news:E60CE19F-C5F2-47CF-BFD9-FDD3CDFCB371@microsoft.com...
> >> >I have Windows Vista Home Basic and a Hp PSC 1315 all in one printer. For
> >> > some reason I can scan a document but cannot import it into Works. I can
> >> > import a picture through the windows picture gallery, but not a document.
> >> > This means that I cannot import a document into Works and modify the
> >> > characters or make them darker. I can only treat it as a picture with
> >> > Windows
> >> > picture gallery but the modifications I can achieve are of no use since
> >> > there
> >> > is nothing one can do to the appearance of the text. What would you do?