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I would like to scan application forms into computer and fill them out using the keyboard

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Hi Jmiinahan.

All you need to do is use an OCR in order to scan into work.

Most computer scanners come with some sort of OCR. In the unlikely event that you do not have one you may need to download one online. SimpleOCR is free to download and use and can handle virtually any simple scanner to Word transfers. Please visit simpleocr.com if you do not have OCR already, get it and install it. Now that you are prepared to work with the actual document, place it into your scanner. If you have a document feeder your material needs to be face up, and the top of the page(s) should face the feeder. If not, or if your material is not in single page form then place it under the lid on the scanner glass, in the upper right hand corner. Scan and save the file in *.gif, *.jpeg, or whatever format.Open that image and go to "File>Save As" and name it (filename).tiff in the "TIFF" format as indicated. Go to "Start->Programs->Microsoft Office Tools->Microsoft Office Document Imaging"Go to "File->Open" and open your scanned document that has been saved in the *.TIFF format. Go to "Tools->Send Text to Word." You will get a prompt stating this process will take time, Click OK. Depending on your computer's speed, this will take anywhere from a few moments to a minute or two. When the process is done Microsoft Word will start itself and your document will be present and able to be edited and managed as you please.
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