Re: Difficulty with PDF Document


Just because a program is unsupported doesn’t mean it can’t be used.  I don’t know what the case will be with this program.  Do you purchase it or pay a price for continued use?  If it is offered as an ongoing service, it may no longer be available.  If you purchase it, and use it on your system, it will likely still be available.  Programs you purchase generally are after support stops. 

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Sent: Friday, January 17, 2020 6:49 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Difficulty with PDF Document
Well thanks for that. But now I am in the age care place I don't have
funds for things like MS Office ans such.
Thanks anyway.
It's a real pity about Docuscan. It did such a good job.

On 18/01/2020 10:26 am, Abbie Taylor wrote:
> Shaun, DocuScan Plus was worth it while it lasted. I still use it, and
> it works well with NVDA. Unfortunately, as I understand it, Serotek
> will no longer update or support this program and System Access at the
> end of 2020. Richard can correct me if I'm wrong, and I hope I am.
> Andrea, if you're trying to open a pdf document, you can do this in
> Word 2013 and up. Simply use Word's open dialog to find the file, and
> press Enter on it like you would any other document. Word will convert
> the pdf to a docx file. NVDA reads most files pretty well this way. I
> hope this helps.
> --
> Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author
> abbietaylor945@...

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