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How to make use of OCR technology through a web browser

, 16 Aug 2012 CPOL 15.3K 1.2K 21
In this article, I’ll show you how to convert scanned images to searchable text and PDF files through a web browser.

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Dynamsoft is the leading provider of web/.NET image acquisition SDKs and version control solutions.
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