[bksvol-discuss] Re: About Kurzweil

Monica, I started out with open book but changed to kurzweil about a year ago, or maybe a little longer than that but anyway everyone told me it was easier to edit and do corrections in plus I get better scans with kurzweil than open book. I am using the same scanner as I was with open book.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Monica" <plumlipstick@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] About Kurzweil



I have a couple of questions. I hope I'm not starting a debate like the Jaws versus Window Eyes thing because that's not my intent. I have had Openbook since 1991, updating it every few years or so. I have noticed that most of the people I see on here use Kurzweil. I thought I'd see a 50/50 split with Kurzweil and Openbook users. So now I'm wondering what I'm missing. Is there something that draws most of you to use Kurzweil? What prompted you to choose it as your OCR system? Thanks for any thoughts you're willing to share.


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