It’s been a very long while since I’ve looked into this so I can’t recall
all the ins and outs but when I was looking to buy ABBYY Finereader I ended
up buying ABBYY Scan to Office instead. I think it was only half the price
of ABBYY Finereader and uses the same OCR engine of Finereader so just as
accurate. I bought it before Windows 7 so people have to check what the
score is in regards of compatibility.
-----Original Message----- From: Ibrahim Gucukoglu
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2016 7:15 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: scanner software
The most affordable scanning solution I have used for some years now it's Abby fine reader. I know it is a commercial product, but for the most part it is accessible and has a task launcher which performs most common functions including scanning to Microsoft Word and PDF documents. Some scanners also come with their own scanning application with basic functionality and will only scan images, sometimes it can OCR text but this very much depends on the manufacturer. For instance, my Abson workforce printer has a OCR component but my canon standalone scanner does not.
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I am looking for some up-to-date scanner software, what is
available and affordable? I have a new canon pixma mg2400
multipurpose scanner and would like to get it scanning.
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