TIFF Viewer - Optical Character Recognition Version number:

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Optical character recognition or OCR is the conversion of scanned documents of printed text into editable text file. It is widely used as a form of data entry from some sort of original paper data source, whether documents, sales receipts, mail, or any kind of scanned. It is a common method of digitizing printed texts, documents, sales receipts, mail or any scanned documents so that they can be electronically searched, edited, stored more compactly and displayed online.

OCR the scanned documents OCR Scanned Documents with TIFF Viewer

  • Time-saving
  • Cost-effective
  • Accurate
  • Fast and Easy

Tiff Viewer OCR provides the possibility to transform scanned documents into editable and searchable text files, which can be conveniently viewed and shared via electronic means. Tiff Viewer OCR is also quick and accurate, ensuring the document's content remains intact while saving time and money. The ability to instantly search through content is extremely useful, especially in an office setting that has to deal with high document inflow.

In Tiff Viewer, users can OCR pages, scanned documents, receipts, multipage TIFF iamges or even selected areas of any supported file format easily with only one click.

OCR the scanned documents

Also, users can configure the default text editor (for example Microsoft Word) to open the OCR automatically and the Output Directory to make the user's experience and usability even better.

OCR the scanned documents

In order for a more accurate result, an OCR Language Pack is available for Tiff Viewer, which contains the character set for every major language. The OCR results will be better if the user uses the language the document written in.

NOTE: Optical Character Recognition runs in the background, so users can use Tiff Viewer even if a very large document was selected to OCR. When the process is finished, Tiff Viewer informs the user on the status bar at the bottom of Tiff Viewer and opens the extracted text.