New ABBYY FineReader Pro for Mac with Native Automation Tools

finereaderToday ABBYY has made available new ABBYY FineReader Pro for Mac with MAC OS X support and Native Automation Tools such as Batch Conversion and Screenshot Reading.  Now with the Automator tools and AppleScript commands, Mac users can easily set  self-running OCR workflows, raising productivity when working with documents.

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Who’s at Fault When a PDF Problem Pops Up?

6772e_only_Faces_231x220_IsaevI_01by Ilia Isaev, ABBYY Testing Engineer

It’s ironic: users of PDF solutions automatically assume that when they have a problem with a PDF file it’s the software’s fault. Conversely, developers typically say it’s the file’s fault. But ask a tester what’s at fault – the file or the software – and he’ll probably say “It’s 50/50.” Why? Because those of us who have tested PDF solutions over and over again, realize that the PDF format is so complicated there is always the probability that… Read more



Quick creation of an electronic archive without using recognition

Close-up view on white conceptual keyboard - Archive (blue key)Many users handle large volumes of incoming documents. For instance, attorneys work with hundreds and thousands of document pages for each case and each client. These case documents often come in almost simultaneously or in rapid succession. Copies need to be made quickly so that work may start. How can one create a convenient archive for a broad assortment of image files of various documents in the quickest way possible… Read more



How can I accelerate FineReader?

Five alarm clock on white background.We all wish that our computer programs worked faster, so today I’m going to tell you how to squeeze as much speed out of FineReader as possible. If you have a lot of documents and they are quality prints, or if you have a good scanner and accuracy to the last comma isn’t critical, then step on the gas and enjoy the ride! But remember that every recognition error requires a minimum of several seconds to correct – several seconds of your time. Don’t get carried away!… Read more