Identify Docs 1.0

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An easy to use software package that allows the user to batch process a CD full of Tiff images. The processing includes performing Optical Character Recognition on the image and stamping the image with an identifying number.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
EDOCFILE
Price:
$299
File size:
3.85 Mb
Date added:
May 22, 2007
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An easy to use software package that allows the user to process a CD or entire file folder structure of Tiff images. The processing includes performing Optical Character Recognition on the image and stamping the image with an identifying number. It will create text searchable PDF's, text searchable tiffs and export all text. Utilizes the OCR engine in Microslft's Document Imaging (Scansoft's Engine).
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