Jennifer Dacay: “The quality of captured pieces is not always perfect. FineReader is great at improving scans and pictures and it takes only a few clicks to achieve the desired result.”

womenJennifer Dacay is a math teacher at a public elementary and middle school and regularly prepares class materials for her pupils in PDF format for handouts using different paper-based and digital resources. In the interview Jennifer will reveal the secret of how ABBYY FineReader can help to save time dramatically.

Do I work with documents in my job?

— Yes, of course. This is part of my work: I regularly prepare materials for my
students.

How often do I obtain documents via scanner?

— Daily I have lots of materials that I get from different printed resources, for
example, from different course books or old handouts. I regularly scan them with
my scanner and then reorder the pieces making a new file. jennifer

FineReader helped me…

— For every lesson I prepare materials for my pupils in a PDF for handouts using
different paper-based and digital resources.
As I am making a kind of compilation from different files not always obtained
or scanned by myself and the quality of captured pieces is not always perfect.
FineReader is great at improving scans and pictures and it takes only a few clicks
to achieve the desired result.
Then I save the resulted materials to PDF. FineReader helps me to save a huge
amount of time!

What document format do I prefer?

— Definitely PDF. First of all, because it can’t be edited. Moreover, this format is
very convenient as everyone can open and view it in the same layout on any
device. Working with PDFs makes collaborating with colleagues very convenient.

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