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The only way that I am aware of is to OCR (Optical Character Recognition, basically "read" the documents in to a text based format) the images and then search the results (you would need to index the resultant docs). There are some commercial Document managment systems that will do this (especially as you are talking about quite large quantaties).
You could try converting them into PDF, but I not sure that you can search acreoss many PDF's
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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