- NVDA and OCR software
Re: NVDA and OCR software
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You say which needs to be esigned. Does that mean scanned? If
you are printing it as an alternative, try opening the document and printing it
in a browser such as Chrome, Edhge, Brave or Firefox. I don’t know what is
causing the problem but that may allow you to print it.
Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2021 5:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and OCR software
Good Afternoon: I can open other PDF files with Adobe with no
problem. It's just this file, which needs to be esigned, that is causing a
problem. That's what seemed to be questionable.
On 10/18/2021 3:33 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Oct 18, 2021 at 04:48 PM, Dave Grossoehme wrote:
When I open the pdf, I was told that it didn't load completely. So,
I tried again. Then I tried printing it and all I received was blank
pages, checked by a sighted person. . . . Yet I sent this email with
attachment to my sighted son, who isn't running any screen reading equipment
and he could open it with no problems.
Then we are back to there is something wrong that is virtually certain
to be limited to your computer, and I'd say most likely with your PDF reading
So, just as there is the consistent advice to "try another
browser," when there are issues with a webpage, the same applies to PDF
readers: try another alternative. Under Windows 10 the Edge
browser itself does a bang-up job of opening PDFs, so I'd try opening that
same document in Edge rather than Adobe Reader DC to see if the result is
different. If it is, then uninstall and reinstall Adobe Reader DC.
If it's not, then start doing the repair steps for Windows.
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