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Subject:Re: topic- turning paper into data From:Max Wyss <prodok -at- PRODOK -dot- CH> Date:Mon, 6 Apr 1998 10:45:14 +0200
you might looking at Acrobat Capture. Go to the Adobe website ( http://www.adobe.com ) and look in the products vor Capture. You may also
ask in the Capture mailing list for first hand experience (subscribing by
sending "subscribe" to mailto:capture-request -at- lists -dot- pdfzone -dot- com . It might
also be a good idea to get your first big batch processed by an experienced
Hope, this can help.
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Bridging the Knowledge Gap
>I've got a small problem and perhaps may have nothing to to with tech
>writing but perhaps someone out there may give me an idea:
>Once a job comes in, it 's usually hard copy and then we translate to
>Portuguese. My problem is that I want to implement a system either to scan,
>or.. some other method to archive the hard copy into electronic format.
>After 5 years in service, we accrued too much paper and now is becoming a
>I've research different scanning machines but still is labor intensive. Is
>there someone out there that could give an idea??
>V I T E X=A0=20
>Brazilian Portuguese Technical Translations=20
>Houston, Texas 77275-0143=20
>email:vitex -at- phoenix -dot- net=20