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Choosing a PDF tool – Part 2: How to keep your document handling flexible

PDF and Microsoft® Word are probably the most common file formats in the office environment. Many common tasks require users to convert from one format to the other —reusing content for other purposes, editing the text with changes tracked, or sharing a final document with revised layout and formatting, for example. Having a tool that offers the flexibility to convert documents from one format to the other in a simple…

How to do long-term digital document preservation correctly?

Digital Archiving enables e-discovery, litigation support and regulatory compliance and facilitates data analytics. Read more about how to preserve documents from paper and digital input channels as accessible and searchable PDF/A assets with FineReader Server.…

Introducing FineReader 15

The smarter PDF solution With the latest version of its universal PDF tool for Windows, ABBYY has packed in a host of enhancements to the PDF functionality, along with smoothly integrated AI-based OCR technology for more sophisticated document conversion and a brand new export option to compare documents. Over the last two years, the number of opened PDFs has grown exponentially by more than 300% to reach a total of

Are you still comparing documents manually?

Do you also spend hours manually checking changes in updated document versions line by line, word by word? Have you encountered a situation when your teammate forgot to turn on the “track changes” mode in Microsoft® Word and you had to painfully look for those edits or use compare documents function in Word itself? Just think of all the time and resources wasted on printing, proofreading and re-checking your own

Choosing a PDF tool – Part 1: should you care about its OCR capabilities?

Yes, you should! “What is OCR?” you may ask, “I do not need OCR, I just want to open my PDFs” According to statistics presented at the PDF Days 2018 conference, organized by the PDF association, one quarter of PDF documents are “image-only” (non-searchable) PDF documents. Image-only PDF documents are simply photographs of documents; do not contain any machine-readable text, which would allow a variety of actions, the key for…