Re: Scanned Docs to Revise
Help! Suggestions on getting hundreds of scanned docs (.pdf) into MS Word--
format. These docs were hard copies scanned into .pdf format.
Only options I can think of are re-typing everything or using
voice-recognition. Any suggestions? Any technologies? TIA!
Al Geist, Geist Associates
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