Most of these I've tried with the current ocr add on end up as Klingon!
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However, its a great pity more of the ocrs do not allow one to open pdfs easily and ocr them.
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From: "Kevin Huber" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2016 3:32 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Cannot read PDF documents with NVDA
Sometimes a PDF document is a picture of the text rather than the text
itself, so you will have to do OCR on it to make it read.
You can try the OCR ad-on, or if you have Kurzweil 1000, you can open
the document in Kurzweil 1000 and it will give you a text
representation of the document.
On 5/7/16, Afrim <email@example.com> wrote:
I have seriously started using NVDA, and this time is more serious than
other times, because I have upgraded to windows 10, and it works very well,
and I do mean very very well. One of my biggest issues I'm currently facing
is reading pdf documents with NVDA. On the adobe reader, or adobe acrobat
reader, NVDA reads absolutely nothing. I have to work everyday with those
types of documents because my university professors provide me with lectures
or books in pdf format, but I cannot access them.
So, could somebody help me with this problem because it is very important to
me. Every answer is appreciated.
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