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OmniPage Web Conclusion

this link for the original images The default scan was 100 dpi, but I bumped it to 150 because of the small type. Here's the result I got. In a word...yikes! While a lot of this would look better if I had rearranged things at the outlining stage, the OCR here couldn't be saved. My next try was at 300 dpi, and that was a lot better (although careful readers will discover the infamous "David Flodis" here). Obviously, OmniPage Web can't read your mind, generate JavaScript for pulldown boxes or forms, or know what nav bars are. So running this particular torture test proved, if nothing else, that it can make the best of a bad situation.

Do The Right Thing

But in applications that it's suited for, such as taking an important document whose original source formatting might have been lost and putting it on the Web, quickly publishing documents in a departmental setting, or even helping Web designers and developers make fast mockups for clients, the capabilities of OmniPage Web will astound you. And this is only Version 1.0!


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