Tag Archives: OCR

If you need streamlined, searchable, digital documents, take a look at what Hargraves McConnell & Costigan achieved

If your organization handles a large volume of paper documents, going digital is only part of the story. You’ll want a solution that compresses large digital document files into manageable size for sharing and storing. You’ll also want reliable OCR ...

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Use cases for converting scanned documents to compressed PDF Scanning has come a long way since the first image scanners were invented in the early 20th century. Today, you can scan documents and images in full color with vivid ...

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How good is the OCR text recognition in your document?

If you scan documents, you probably know that the typical scanning software just produces an image of your document. It doesn’t create editable, searchable text. That’s fine if all you want to do is digitize the file. If, however, you ...

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The most important considerations for choosing PDF software

For more than two decades, PDF has been the go-to tool for ensuring everyone can view documents, no matter which platform they’re on and it’s become even more critical in the BYOD, multi-device, cloud-storage world we live and work in. ...

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Only Foxit MobilePDF reflows content in dynamic forms so mobile users get the same benefits

by Scott Nguyen, Integrated Sales and Support PDF currently supports two different forms for integrating data—AcroForms and XFA forms. Acroforms are the original PDF-based fillable forms, based on the PDF architecture. XFA (XML Forms Architecture) forms are XML-based forms, wrapped ...

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