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Scanning a document with Epson CX7450 yields JPEG result - but need word-type file.

I have scanned standard word type documents - no pictures or images. Yet the resulting file always seems to be JPEG. Any way I can set the printer function or my computer so the resulting file would be a word-type file.

Or, is there a free-ware or "cheap ware" program that I can download to convert the JPEG to word-type file

Thanks!!

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Fiend your solution direct from EPSON. Here is your solution...
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Actually...the jpg is an image file...which is what scanners create. Anything else is only a scant option. OCR
maybe, on this one..

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With my HP all in one, there comes a text regicnation software that can convert scanned picture to a document, but generally this can't be done easyly. I will see if I can get you the software.

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