Re: OCR Question
I guess you aren't familiar w/HP. Have you ever known them to actually give
something for nothing (outside of headaches)
I did look into OCR from the AIO. It looks to sell the IRIS s/w to go w/the
I had seen some of the so called free or low cost progs. on the web, but the
reviews seem to agree
they aren't worth it. Any other ideas?
"Cari (MS-MVP)" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Did the HP All in One not come with any OCR software? OCR software is
> usually provided by the scanner manufacturer... although I have to say in
> my experience that it's not usually very successful. I've found I have to
> take more time editing it than I would have done if I'd typed it in
> manually. If I'm scanning in documents, I do tend to scan to PDF and edit
> in Acrobat, but that program certainly isn't free.
> Cari (MS-MVP) Printing & Imaging
> "Larry" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I am running Vista Bus. 32 w/Office 2k7 installed. I am trying to find out
>>how to scan a document and then edit it say in Word.
>> I went to the MS website and the link I found there mentioned going to
>> control panel and in Programs & Features setting up
>> the Office Document Reader, or something like that. But the directions do
>> not quite match what I see on the pc.
>> Also fwiw I have a HP OJ6310 All In One. Without buying a separate
>> program, say IRIS, is there a way to do what I ask?