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[16 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

Plustek Technology Inc. launched a new website which explains the technology and the benefits of searchable PDF technology. Although the conversion of paper documents to digital formats such as PDF, is very common, many users are still unaware of the benefits of having digital formats which can be searched, indexed and bookmarked.

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[15 Mar 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

ABBYY Europe launched its ABBYY FineReader Engine 8.0 CLI for Linux, a command line interface utility for integration of ABBYY’s Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and PDF conversion technologies within Linux environments. The new utility will enable fast access to the automated text recognition and conversion process on Linux environments.

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[10 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]

ABBYY, a provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic software, today revealed their latest FineReader Express Edition for Mac now supports Mac OS X v. 10.6 Snow Leopard. This FineReader Express Edition for Mac from ABBYY’s supports conversion of various types of PDFs including image-only or scanned PDFs that can be transformed into searchable PDF format, ideal for archiving purposes.

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[31 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Do you want to learn how to create high-quality digital documents from paper documents? If you replied with an emphatic yes, then I’ve got the perfect article for you. A guide to sharing documents takes you through the entire process: from getting the best results when scanning, to explaining the OCR’ing process and finally a demonstration on how to the best results when converting the scanned image to PDF.
This guide specializes on how to produce a digital document that is worth sharing. Namely the technical aspect, the trade-off between quality …

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[10 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

How can you tell when you’ve really made the jump from “hold-in-your-hands-paper” to “batteries-not-included-digital” – for me it came in a few phases.
Phase 1 – from back in the early 80s, I never handwrote anything – well except when I absolutely had no choice. And of course, this explains why I’ve had many art nouveau-collectors approach me to buy my painfully scribbled shopping lists for tens of thousands of dollars.
Phase 2 – I recall when I was in university back in the early 90s, sitting through lectures (well, sometimes …