moderated Re: Scanning with Open book versus JAWS
Van Lant, Robin
I haven’t had as much luck scanning more complicated documents with columns or charts using the JAWS OCR. I tend to open them using K1000 if it’s more complicated. I only use VoiceDream Scanner on my phone for quick things I need to read and it’s true that it works best with a stand.
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I haven’t as yet explored this ability within Jaws. Could someone give me a quick overview?
That is the difference between a stand-alone $1000 piece of software and a free built-in utility.
I suppose, if you don’t mind extra stuff, you could take a screen shot after you do the Jaws scan.
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Just learned about being able to scan a document with JAWS layered keystroke (jaws key and spacebar, then o, then a)
This is great to simply read some text and to save text. However, I see no way to scan and save as an image (i.e. jpg) This is an option in open book. Thoughts?
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