Today’s Wednesday Lunch Topic – OCR

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Hello all and for today’s subject on the Wednesday’s Acrobat for AEC Lunch is OCR. Click below for more info.


_uacct = “UA-1416026-2”;urchinTracker();_uacct = “UA-1416026-1”;urchinTracker();OCR or Optical Character Recognition is a way to make even the dumbest (whoops that was a bit harsh, the political correctness police might get me here better go into spin control) even the most metadata tagged challenged piece of digial data (whew, almost blew it there), can be searched, edited and made screen reader enabled. In today’s session we will flow in and out of the paper to pixels world by using the OCR build into Acrobat 8 Professional and Acrobat 3D Ver 8 to take a fax and make it intellengent and a D sized scanned in CAD Drawing. And remember I give away a FREE Acrobat 8 Professional to some lucky person every week. So invite your friends are at least many relatives ( anyone you can trust to give you the software 🙂 and we’ll see you today.

Click here to registar for the webinar. And remember to put some life in your life.

Tim Huff
Acrobat for AEC
Adobe in the AEC and EPC Industries

One Response to Today’s Wednesday Lunch Topic – OCR

  1. Mike Perry says:

    I appreciate the effort Adobe is putting into providing training, but as much as I’d like to participate, I can’t make this webinar and I’d rather not trust myself to do all the hunting around required to locate the video of it afterward.When someone wants to make sure something happens, push is always better than pull. Why not push these presentations out to us as video podcasts? That way, however busy we are, the training would be on our computers, ready for us when we have the time.____________________________________________Tim’s ReplyGreat minds think alike, Mike, I am starting a PODCast called Acrobat for AEC and another one that is more horizontal called “Man I didn’t know Acrobat could do that!” Keep Looking here for info, thanks for coming by