its nothing but review cursor.
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after OCR, u are at beginning of converted text.
press insert+f9 to start selection.
press num pad plus to do say all as well as select.
then press insert+f10 to select those text.
check help document available in NVDA itself.
On 3/17/16, P. Otter <email@example.com> wrote:
it is a difficult way to do that,
it is better to get a version of abbyy finereader.
that programm can do that for you in the most easy way.
a right click on the pdf you want to make it readable and make the choice
for abbyy finereader.
there you can make the choice to create a readable pdf.
no difference if it is a smal or a big pdf.
that is the way i do it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "HBotma" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 9:43 AM
Subject: [nvda] SELECT ALL OCR TEXT IN PDF
I recently downloaded the OCR add-on and tried to use it on a PDF
file. It works well, but it only selects one letter when I press
NVDA+F9 and it only copies one letter at a time. How does one select
the whole document when the OCR is complete?
Could you also, perhaps, send me a list of shortcuts for the OCR or a
place where I can find them.
Please note that I use the newest Adobe Reader.
Thank you in advance.
nothing is difficult unless you make it appear so.
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