Re: NVDA's built-in OCR Capabilities


Steve Nutt
 

No, without add-ons, NVDA will only scan the current screen.

JAWS will scan a whole document, whether it's imported from a PDF, or
acquired from a scanner directly.

Note: NVDA does have add-ons for this, but natively it can only scan the
current screen, as far as I know.

All the best

Steve

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Maybe I just have short documents then.
Brian

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NVDA does have a feature called Windows OCR, which you can read all about by
going to section 10.1 of the User Guide.

It won't process a whole document though.





From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Richard Kuzma
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Sent: September 8, 2022 8:50 AM
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Does anyone know if nvda has a function like the convenient ocr option in
jaws where you can right click - do the applications key on a pdf and arrow
down to convenient ocr with jaws and press enter and jaws will try and ocr
the file and pull the text out of it?

Thanks,

Rich

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