Working with FineReader is fast and straightforward. It usually does almost everything itself; the user just makes couple of clicks on the big, “main” buttons in the software. However, sometimes adjustments need to be made to get a better quality result, or an unusual task needs resolving. This requires going deeper into using the program’s powerful settings and tools. Here are several interface tips for you, which may become handy and help make your work easier and faster… Read more ›
We’re starting to post in our blog a series of stories from our customers, where they share how FineReader can help in everyday work and life.
And here is our first interviewee – Marissa Warthman from UK, who helps her husband organize his paper materials in a home library to use them productively in his teaching and research… Read more ›
ABBYY Hot Folder is a powerful yet easy-to-use tool that comes with the Corporate edition of ABBYY FineReader. It allows to designate local, network, FTP or Outlook folders that Hot Folder will continuously “check” for new files to process. Every time an image of a document or PDF file comes into that folder, it will be automatically processed and saved as a searchable or editable file. All a user needs is to set the task and everything will occur automatically, even when no one is near, even when these are multiple tasks to be run simultaneously, or even when the tasks are scheduled at different times during the day or even at night.
How to set up Hot Folder? Read more ›
FineReader, ABBYY’s optical character recognition (OCR) application, which now has millions of users worldwide from Antarctica to Greenland and the North Pole and takes the leading places in OCR market, turns 23 this year… Read more ›
The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is a country in South East Asia. From 1962 to 2010, Burma was ruled by a military junta, but in the past five years it has been opening up to the outside world, establishing trade and cultural links with other nations. The Burmese language comprises many dialects… Read more ›