Free Scan and OCR to Word

Free Scan and OCR to Word 9.2

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Free OCR software to turn papers or scanned images into text and Word
 
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Sometimes you may find OCR software quite handy because it makes extracting vast amounts of textual data that can then be searched easier. So far there is no simple algorithm for doing it and using Free, Clean & Accurate OCR software means more efficiency - Free Scan and OCR to Word is such an OCR tool that can help scan your paper documents such as invoices and legal contracts into images and then extract text from the scanned images, making the content editable and searchable.

With the assistance of Free Scan and OCR to Word, you can create a fully searchable repository for easy and fast retrieval of information. It also allows inputting images from your local folder for OCR. The image imported can be zoomed & rotated and you can select just a part to OCR. The result text will be directly shown in the built-in text editor where you can directly edit them in the program window, allowing you to manually revise the text, remove line breaks within and copy text to clipboard for other programs. It provides two ways to output the text: save them in Microsoft Word, or a plain text file. Free Scan and OCR to Word is designed with the utmost simplicity and restraint. Thus paper scan & image OCR will not be a hassle for any users from now on.

At present no OCR software can guarantee 100% accuracy in image to text conversions. So let's quit the bragging about the perfect result. Free Scan and OCR to Word can offer at least 98% Accuracy and if the image loaded is crystal clear the percentage may reach approximately 100%. No matter it is the image of typewritten or printed documents, the program provides result of high accuracy to save you much time from checking spelling.

And the whole scan to OCR process only takes less than 2 minutes, due to the super-fast processing engine and straightforward design of UI. It even makes people with minimum knowledge can use it after 1 or 2 tries.

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