I tested a shipping version in tandem with a Canon CanoScan LiDE scanner and used it successfully to convert a variety of documents--ranging from simple, one-column formats to complex, magazine-style pages--into editable text and PDF files. The OCR process was nearly impeccable, with just a few occasional typos, which I easily fixed using OmniPage's built-in proofreading and text editing tools. For example, in one test that involved scanning a book chapter, OmniPage scored a According to Nuance, OmniPage Pro 17 is both faster and more accurate than version 16, but since the previous version I tested already had a very high accuracy rate, I didn't notice any dramatically different error rates when converting some of the same test documents. Although it doesn't look much different than version 16 , this latest OmniPage Pro upgrade offers several noteworthy improvements. Among the new features I found most useful: In a nod to the growing popularity of e-books, OmniPage has also added a new Kindle Assistant option that helps you set up a macro that automatically sends a converted document to an Amazon Kindle book reader.
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