can I scan a image into a word 2010 document and does Office 2010 have OCR
Doug Robbins - Word MVP said:The information in the following article on fellow MVP Graham Mayor's
website applies equally to 2010
Office 2010 does have OCR Built In, but may not be activated by default.
The steps for activating it are the same as for 2007 and are as detailed on
the following website
Hope this helps.
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Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com
Microsoft OneNote is an application that provides OCR functionality and it is included in Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 versions. You can simply drop scanned images into a Microsoft OneNote notebook and select the ‘Make Text in Image Searchable’ option from the context menu. Then selecting the language with which the document was encoded in. You can then 'Copy Text from Picture' and 'Paste' it into a word processing application like Microsoft Word to continue with the editing and formatting of the extracted information. get more information about Microsoft Office 2010 Ocr Hope this helps you.
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