Cannot export from OMNIPAGE SE (mac), 10.1.0 to WORD
I get an error message trying to export a 350 page doc to word. Error says: UNABLE TO SAVE THIS PAGE TO THE SPECIFIED EXPORT FORMAT (NOT ENOUGH MEMORY TO SAVE AN EMBEDDED GRAPHIC TO THE FILE)
I'm exporting it to a blank 250 G hard drive!
Some knowledge bases I found suggested exporting selected pages, but I can't seem to figure out how to select a group of pages. Shift or Control will not let me hold down more than one thumbnail at a time.
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Re: Cannot export from OMNIPAGE SE (mac), 10.1.0 to WORD
I believe I can help you with this. What is the format of the page you are exporting from? Also, how many images files are there and what is the size of the file you are exporting from?
I know that MSWord has size limitations on documents which is 32MB, so most like the exporting document contains images that in total is greater than the size limit.
Check out this article by Microsoft-->http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;211489
I hope this helps,
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get the old program that you have installed and click on it to get up the properties tab
click on compatibility tab
click in square and then high light win 7 click apply and ok
the fault is that you are getting the error message as you have a program already installed and if you want to install a later version of the program you will first have to go to programs and features in the control panel and uninstall omnipage program and all programs associated with the omnipage name
It depends on if you have the full software installed. The MP160 documentation indicates it came wth ScanSoft OmniPage SE. Open MP Navigator and choose this program, you can output the scan as a text file. If you did a custom install, you may or may not have installed the program. If you omitted the program, do a new custom install. OmniPage is an OCR program and will output to a number of formats (you will choose File, Save as) after scanning. Word can import RTF and most other choices as well as .doc files.
If you don't have the software disc, the software can be obtained from this URL: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=334&modelid=13368
Alternatively, there is a free OCR program (simpleOCR.com) that will do the same thing. However it doesn't handle text in columns (newspaper or magazines) very well.
That message in Pages means the file is not an AppleWorks 6 file, possibly AppleWorks 5. Are you using the same version? Not all are backward compatible, or require you to have the compatibility pack installed.
Hi, Unfortunately, Nuance most likely doesn't have a Vista patch to sort the problem with Omniscan. The best advice I can give you is to remove Windows Vista from your system and install Windows XP. Vista is riddled with bugs and incompatibilities with many software packages and has been replaced with Windows 7 which is due to be released soon. Rather use windows XP until Windows 7 becomes available and save yourself many further headaches. Let me know if you would like any further assistance. Best regards, Graemevm
Hi, sorry you are having problems,
Well, here is what error -37 is:
Code: error -37bdNamErr
Description:Bad file name (File System Error)
Basically, it is saying you cannot save a file by that name in that place....
Did you try saving it elsewhere on your Mac, like on the desktop ?
Just a side note, Apple stopped development on AppleWorks some time ago ( 3 years ) in favour of iWork. I highly recommend getting the newest version of iWork 09, it's compatible with all your Works documents and is really built for MacOS X 10.5, Leopard.
What do you mean whe you say “ Before I reimaged the machine ..” ?
I got this message too, before I installed an OCR program. It may be that you need to install one (or specify it, if you have one already). With my MP610, an installation disk was included that contained the OmniPage SE program for OCR. When I installed that on my computer, and told MP Navigator (another Canon-supplied program, that controls scanning) to use it as the "Open With" program for OCR, it worked.
I'm not sure what version of OmniPage you're working with. This manual's probably in the ballpark: ftp://ftp.scansoft.com/files/support/manuals/op15guide.pdf/
It looks like they suggest a different route, a different workflow process -- scan in all your images at once, then handle processing in a batch. I think you do some processing, then try to get the next image. This may have nothing at all to do with your "scanner error," but it's worth a try (and if/when you get the error resolved, this is a smarter way to use your time).
Before you go down that road, though, look for some updates. Some errors are often fixed with updates, and it's worth a try.
Look for updates to OmniPage. I believe you can look through the program itself -- was it Help: Update? You can also look here: http://support.nuance.com/downloads/
There may also be a somewhat newer driver for your scanner; I don't know; the only drivers there are about a year old. The link: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=119&modelid=15562 Scroll down a bit, click on the Drivers and downloads page.
Please please please let me know if this doesn't work for you. And if it doesn't, if you can write down the exact error message, we can try to find out some more answers. If you just bought it, you may also be eligible for free tech support from Canon and/or OmniPage; I don't know. They'll tell you to follow these same steps as well, I'm sure. =)
When unistalled the previous Omnipage SE 4.0 and try to install new update vresion, an error message keep poping up saying a previous version of Omnipage is still installed in the computer and can not install the new version. No more trace is found for old version in Add/Remove screen. The problems are in the registry area. Just run regedit (export the registry as backup) and look for Scansoft under the software directory. Deleted all the Scansoft omnipage traces then restart the computer will solve the problem.