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FineReader Professional V. 10.0

FineReader Professional V. 10.0
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ABBYY FineReader 10 is a professional OCR software for individual users and business professionals that turns scanned documents, PDFs and digital camera images into searchable and editable formats, including Microsoft® Word, Excel® and searchable PDFs. Its advanced recognition capabilities provide you a full access to information locked on paper and images by virtually eliminating retyping or reformatting. ceptional recognition accuracy and layout retention — digitize your documents without retyping and reformatting with proven technology which delivers up to 99% accuracy. # ADRT® (Adaptive Document Recognition Technology) for re-creation of document’s logical structure and formatting — get original documents with precisely reproduced formatting attributes that will appear as native formatting in final Microsoft Word document: tables of contents, hierarchical headings, headers and footers, footnotes, page numbers, captions of tables/diagrams and font styles. # Advanced Digital Camera OCR for Standard and Mobile Phones Cameras — recognize digital photos of documents taken on the go with enhanced image-correction and processing capabilities for better OCR results, including correction of ISO noise, blurred images and image distortion. # Comprehensive work with PDFs – save your documents to searchable PDF or PDF/A for long-term archiving. Protect it with password or compress it up to 1:10 file size with enhanced MRC technology. # Unmatched productivity — benefit from automatic language detection and intelligent proofreading tool. Save your time processing documents via pre-defined Quick Tasks for automatic performing of most typical OCR tasks, by converting documents directly from within Microsoft Office and with fast access directly from Windows Explorer. To fully use the power of your PC the application is optimized for multi-core processor computers.


Product ID: 502789
Category: OCR
Supporting languages: Armenian, Bashkir, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek (Modern), Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kazakh, Korean, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Tatar, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian
Platforms/media types: Windows
"Nothing matches FineReader 10's ability to produce editable output from complex and hard-to-read pages, and no other OCR app matches its ability to detect automatically which parts of a document are text, tables, or images." (PC Magazine) Languages with dictionary support: With dictionary support * Armenian (Eastern, Western, Grabar) An indo-european language forming its own group. Official language of Armenia, spoken also in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Russia. The old literary armenian - Grabar – is now used exclusively as the language of the clergy. The modern literary language has two main varieties – Eastern (Yerevan), spoken in Armenia and Western, spoken in Near East and Western Europe. A mother tongue for some 7 million people. * Bashkir A turkic language. Spoken in Russia (Bashkiriya and nearby regions). A mother tongue for some 1 million people. * Bulgarian A south slavic language. Official language of Bulgaria. A mother tongue for some 9 million people. * Catalan A romance language (ibero-romance subgroup). A mother tongue for some 8 million people in Spain (Catalonia, Valencia, Balearic islands), France (Roussillon, East Pyrenees), Andorra and Sardinia island. One of the official languages of the above-stated spanish provinces and Andorra. * Croatian A south slavic language. It was considered to be the single Serbo-Croatian language as Serbian was, the main difference being in the spelling system used - cyrillic for Serbian and latin for Croatian. Official language of Croatia. A mother tongue for some 5 million people. * Czech A west slavic language. Official language of Czech Republic, spoken also in Slovakia. A mother tongue for some 12 million people. * Danish A gemanic (scandinavian) language. Official language of Denmark, spoken also in Greenland and Faroe islands. A mother tongue for some 5,5 million people. * Dutch (Netherlands and Belgium) A germanic language. Official language of Netherlands and Belgium. A mother tongue for some 20 million people. * English A germanic language. The main international language. A UN language. The official language of USA, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland (officially second to Irish), Australia, New Zealand, India (on a temporary status) and 15 african states: Republic of South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda etc. A mother tongue for some 508 million people. * Estonian A finno-ugric (baltic-finnic) language. Official language of Estonia. A mother tongue for some 1,1 million people. * Finnish A finno-ugrig (baltic-finnic) language. Official language of Finland, spoken also in Russia (Karelia, St.Petersburg region), Sweden. A mother tongue for some 6 million people. * French A romance language. A UN language. Official language of France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Monaco, Andorra, Canada, Haiti, several african states: Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Guinea, Zaire, Congo, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Togo, Tchad, Burundi, Rwanda, Central African Republic, Madagascar, Cameroon, Seychelles, Comoros, Jibuti, Vanuatu (Oceania). A mother tongue for more than 100 million people. * German (new and old spelling) A germanic language. Official language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Belgium. A mother tongue for some 128 million people. * Greek An indo-european language forming its own group. Official language of Greece and Cyprus. A mother tongue for some 12 million people. * Hebrew A Semitic language of the Afro-asiatic language family. Hebrew in its modern form is spoken by more than 7 million people in Israel. It is one of the official languages of Israel, along with Arabic. * Hungarian An ugric (uralic) language. Official language of Hungary, spoken also in nearby counties such as Jugoslavia, Austria, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine. A mother tongue for some 14,5 million people. * Indonesian An name austronesian called (some scientists consider it to be a dialect Malay) before 1945. Official of Indonesia under the Bahasa Indonesia, used also international communication. A mother tongue for some 160 million people. * Italian A romance language. Official language of Italy. A mother tongue for some 70 million people. * Kazakh A turkic language. Official language of Kazakhstan. A mother tongue for some 8 million people. * Latin An italic language. Official language of Vatican and of classical Roman literature. * Latvian A baltic language. Official language of Lativa. A mother tongue for some 2 million people. * Lithuanian A baltic language. Official language of Lithuania. A mother tongue for some 4 million people. * Norwegian (nynorsk and bokmal) A germanic (scandinavian) language. Official language of Norway. The literary language exists in two forms: nynorsk and bokmal (the latter is more Danish). A mother tongue for some 5 million people. * Polish A west slavic language. Official language of Poland. A mother tongue for some 44 million people. * Portuguese (Portugal and Brazil) A romance language. Official language of Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, Sao Tome and Principe. A mother tongue for some 191 million people. * Romanian A romance language. Official language of Romania. A mother tongue for some 26 million people. * Russian An east slavic language. Official language of Russian Federation, spoken also in all CIS states and baltic states. A mother tongue for some 277 million people. * Slovak A west slavic language. Official language of Slovakia, spoken also in nearby regions of Hungary, Romania and Ukraine. A mother tongue for some 5,6 million people. * Slovenian A south Slavic language. Official language of Slovenia, spoken also in nearby regions of Austria and Italy. A mother tongue for some 2 million people. * Spanish A romance language. Official language of Spain, all Latin American countries (save Brazil) and Equatorial Guinea. A UN language. A mother tongue for some 417 million people. * Swedish A germanic (scandinavian) language. Official language of Sweden and Finland. A mother tongue for some 10 million people. * Tatar A turkic language. Spoken in Russia (Tatarstan, Bashkir, Chuvashiya, Mari El etc.). A mother tongue for some 7 million people. * Thai A member of the Tai group of the Kradai language family. It is the national and official language of Thailand and the mother tongue of the Thai people. Total number of speaker is about 70-75 million people. * Turkish A turkic language. Official language of Turkey and Cyprus, spoken also in Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Iran and Iraq. A mother tongue for some 61 million people. * Ukrainian