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I would think you are discussing performing OCR on
documents and then saving them in a new format./ That is not the original
document. it is a recognized copy and is unlikely to be what is
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Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2020 8:24 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] [node] document converter
I to would strongly suggest Abby. I have been using it for
years and it works very well. It is interesting that other OCR products license
the Abby engine to do the OCR operation. Most of those products do not make a
point of telling that to their customers.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of
Tyaseta Rabita Nugraeni Sardjono
Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2020 3:36
To: nvda <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [nvda]
document converter things
Further to my old
document conversion issue a user suggested multiple
document converter by
I downloaded it but found 2 issues.
the program is not fully accessible.
Thats fine, I have only 2 large
folders of files I want to convert.
2. on converting my word 95
files to 2003-word97 files, the files
themselves were corrupted and jarte
I then tried docx.
Every document I had which was
quite old my word 95 files for example,
aint for me.
I have jarte which I payed for, which does everything I
Sadly I may have to get libre office or ms office or something so
read the files, I have a system with libre office and the files are
fine enough, and I hardly need them, but if there is another document
converter even ifits a low cost office thing I'll try that.
one just is not serving my purpose.
I also had a little trouble
accessing it and in fact the rest of the
polenter apps were not especially
I wander if there are document converters in the ms