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Date Posted: 07:34:29 06/28/03 Sat
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Scan and extract text
In reply to: Craig 's message, "Scan and extract text" on 06:46:45 06/28/03 Sat

Hi Craig,

Envision does not have text recognition in itself, but it has an interface to the Transym OCR engine which is an accurate yet inexpensive OCR solution.

You can try it with the demo program and you can download the Transym engine from, www.sorcery.demon.co.uk

Best regards,


>I have a requirement to extract the text from a
>scanned document image - is this possible with
>envision, been attempted using envision, or can
>someone suggest a suitable solution...

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