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  • February 12, 2014
  • News

ABBYY releases FineReader 12

ABBYY has launched Version 12 of it optical character recognition and document conversion software. FineReader 12 is said to provide faster document conversion as well as the ability to quickly open documents of any length while OCR processing runs in the background. Further, reports ABBYY, the new version offers instant recognition of selected text or tables on the page without requiring recognition of the full page. The company adds that Version 12 offers enhanced OCR accuracy for common business documents and Asian languages, as well as new image enhancement tools that allow users to produce digital copies of documents with even higher visual quality than the originals.

ABBYY goes on to explain that FineReader 12 delivers intuitive tools for scanning documents and converting images of documents, or any selected areas on them, into editable and searchable electronic formats such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PDF, TXT, popular e-book formats and more. Also, with ABBYY Adaptive Document Recognition Technology, FineReader efficiently recreates large, complex documents while maintaining native formatting attributes across all pages.

FineReader 12’s additional improvements include:

  • background OCR for maximum efficiency;
  • easy extraction of data and text quotation;
  • seamless conversion of table;
  • easier saving and retrieving files from the cloud;
  • visual quality enhancement for scans, photos and PDF documents; and
  • Windows 8 compatibility and gesture support.

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