Scanner will not scan to ocr software and then to home cooking program
I just used my credit card to $14.95 to have someone help me with my f4240 scanner,all-in-one.I cannot get it to scan to a program called Home Cookin, which does support imports. I can't really find the ocr either just that its registered.
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OCR stands for "optical character recognition." It is the software your scanner uses to convert a scanned image into a text file. In order to scan into Word or Notepad or any other program where you can edit text, you will need OCR software.
If your Dell 924 can use OCR, this software should be included on the CD that came with your printer. Insert the CD and run Setup or try to find a folder labeled OCR. If you can't find any OCR files on your installation disk then check the Dell website:
A scan of a document is only a picture of the document. That is, it's the same as if you had just used a copying machine. It's not text that you can work with. You need to take that scanned image and feed it to an optical character recognition (OCR) program to convert it into text that you can use. Most scanners come bundled with OCR software when you buy them. You can also look on the internet for OCR programs.
Once you have OCR software installed, many scanners will automatically feed the scanned image to the OCR program when you scan a document. Be ready to do some extra work, though. While it's good, most OCR software is not 100% accurate. Depending on the font and formatting used in the original document, the program may decide on the wrong character when converting. You will also lose formatting (font sizes, types and so on), and end up with plain text. You'll need to put that in yourself when you paste the text into your Word document.
You will need to use Optical Character Recognition software such as Abbyy Fine Reader. Most scanners are supplied with software to allow this. You have to use the OCR software and then save or export to word.
If you do not have any OCR software then free software can be downloaded from www.simpleocr.com
Sometimes companies only support only the basic drivers. The OCR software is on the CD (s) that came with the printer. Suggestion. Try to order the original CD from Lexmark., or search Ebay for programs that have OCR capability. You can use OCR programs from other vendors as long as they are stand-a-lone programs. Just make sure you have the original disc so as not to infringe on copyright privileges.
Note: you can buy OCR programs. Check Ebay and Amazon. They are usually better that the programs that come on the OEM disk.
Most of the time a scanner by default, will scan a document in a tif or other image file format. That means that the scanned image is actually very similar to a photograph. In order to edit the text, you first have to convert the image using something that's called OCR software. OCR is a process that the software uses to look at a scanned document image and determine what characters are on the page. It's not always very accurate but that depends on the quality of the scan and on the OCR software being used. You must have received some sort of scanning software with the scanner. Hopefully it containes some sort of OCR software. Some scanners will save you this extra image manipulation by having a setting that allows you to scan directly to a word document. Usually in that configuration, the OCR software automatically knows to convert the scanned document image in order to automate the process. But either way, you first have to install the manufacturer's software. Hope this helps. Please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
according to what I read on the C450 biz hub, in order to do OCR you
need to use the option that scans to SMB, that sends the scanned
documents to your computer on the network. You can then process
the documents on your computer with the OCR software program so you can
edit the finished documents. I did not see anything that
indicated the Bizhub had OCR software capabilities built into the
unit. Regards, rcampsr
Does your home cooking program facilitate IMPORTING a file? look under the pull down file menu and see if you can locate import. If it is there it should open on over and show ou your scanner which you can choose and proceed to scan the recipe. If it does not, You should be able to scan it to word pad , then selcet all> copy and paste it into your recipe program in a new file. Since I don;t know precisely what your program is or how it works, I suspect that the first opetion is your best bet. Look around in your program and look under help in the program to "import" a recipe or file.
To scan a document for editing purposes, you will need OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software. OCR software is not included with your model.
OCR software interprets the scanned document for editing purposes. The Epson driver alone only scans documents as image files and is not capable of this interpretation.
Some reputable OCR software programs on the market are:
Omni Page Pro ABBYY FineReader Pro Presto! OCR 4.0
Please understand that Epson has NOT tested our products with these programs. They do not know if these programs are TWAIN compliant and will import directly from our scanners. I recommend that you contact these companies for full compatibility information if you are interested.