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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Using Microsoft Office Document Imaging

Office 2003 comes with an applet, Microsoft Office Document Imaging, which provides basic scanning and optical character recognition (OCR) features. Microsoft Office Document Imaging makes it easy to use Word for editing documents you scanned from print sources or received as a fax and stored in TIFF format. Using Microsoft Office Document Imaging, you can perform these and other tasks:

  • Read and search for text in a scanned document or received fax

  • Export some or all of a scanned or faxed document's text to Word

  • Archive text from a scanned or faxed document

  • Rearrange pages in a scanned or faxed document

Microsoft Office Document Imaging contains two components that work together: a simple Scanning applet that ...

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