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Subject:PDF to Frame From:"cyd dunning" <c_dunning -at- hotmail -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM Date:Thu, 06 Jan 2000 22:38:05 GMT
I know that the subject here (PDF to Frame)looks backwards, but I searched
the archives and couldn't find any references to converting documents (in
this case -- scanned documents that are saved as PDF) to FrameMaker docs.
Here's the thing: We need to take hardcopy docs, scan them, OCR them, and
open and edit them in FrameMaker. We've tried OmniPage for smaller docs, but
these are large (500 page) manuals originally created in HP Tag (a dead
Is there any other technology out there that you (the collective you) have
heard about, that might possibly do this? Isn't there a Xerox product that
might do something like this? Or was this a dream I had? Most of my dreams
lately turn out to be nighmares when it comes to document conversion. Any
help greatly appreciated.
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