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101. ScanSoft ACAD/GOVT PAPERPORT 10
$27.99 list($29.99)
102. Business Starter Image Suite
$39.95
103. MICROSOFT OFFICE STANDARD 2000
$24.99 $19.95 list($29.99)
104. Small Business Digital Power Pack
$59.99 $26.99 list($69.99)
105. Job Order Management TFG4000
$147.85
106. Novell Ed ACAD UPG OMNIPAGE PRO
$22.99 $21.84 list()
107. IMSI FLOORPLAN DESIGNER ( 00FPE570CC
$7.31
108. ARCMEDIA Quickstart Business Card
$19.64
109. Floorplan 3D Design Suite 8
$14.99 $14.49 list()
110. Quickverse 7.0 Essentials
$19.95 list($29.95)
111. InstaFiles!
$149.99 $109.09 list()
112. FineReader 6.0 Professional OCR
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113. OmniPage(R) Pro 11.0 Upgrade
$7.20
114. BABY ALBUM
$189.99 list()
115. Fujitsu SCANRIGHT S/W IPC-FI-4010
116. JAWS PDF Creator (Windows)
$9.99 $7.95 list()
117. AVERY WIZARD SOFTWARE WORK WITH
$18.00
118. COREL WordPerfect Family Pack
$29.95
119. PC HARDWARE
120. Adobe ACROBAT DISTILLER SVR V6-CD

101. ScanSoft ACAD/GOVT PAPERPORT 10 US ENG ( 6809A-F00-10.0 )

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Asin: B0006IJGXI
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Scansoft
Sales Rank: 12134
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AE/GOVT PAPERPORT 10 DELUXE 10.0 ... Read more


102. Business Starter Image Suite
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Asin: B0006OC0US
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Summitsoft
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103. MICROSOFT OFFICE STANDARD 2000

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Asin: B00007AKDJ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LATIN AMERICA SECOND SOURCE
Sales Rank: 8269
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104. Small Business Digital Power Pack
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008KDCU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Village, Inc.
Sales Rank: 7737
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Small Business Digital Power Pack is a collection of two software programs, Formulator and FineReader Sprint, designed to organize any office for the digital age. FineReader is an OCR-scanning program featuring full-color OCR and full layout retention, which enables you to turn your scanned documents into editable electronic files in seconds. FineReader can even recognize typographic texts in 53 languages. Formulator 2.5 is the perfect program to quickly convert your scanned forms to workable electronic versions from any kind of paper form. You can use any kind of form--expense, insurance, legal, medical, or office. Power Pack users may never again have to fill out a form by hand or retype a document. ... Read more

Features

  • This double-shot of scanning software features FineReader 4.0 and Formulator 2.5
  • With FineReader 4.0 you can scan and save your important documents with a minimum of fuss and no errors
  • One-button scanning and recognition that saves results in. TXT or as a. RTF file
  • Unrecognized characters are highlighted in bold for manual alterations
  • Easy exporting into MS Word, WordPerfect, Excel and MS Office 2000

105. Job Order Management TFG4000
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000E5INE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 5617
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Features

  • Define and monitor work order processes with maximum job efficiency
  • Navigate through the different steps and track order activity quickly
  • Perform flexible searches; pull up summary screens; print simple reports
  • Automatically generates lists of items needed to complete orders
  • Define procedures and services with minimal effort

106. Novell Ed ACAD UPG OMNIPAGE PRO 14 OFFICE ( E789A-F00-14.0 )

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Asin: B00012ORFQ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Novell Education
Sales Rank: 12603
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Product Description

OmniPage Pro Office - ( v. 14.0 ) - upgrade package - 1 user - EDU, GOV - CD - Win, English ... Read more


107. IMSI FLOORPLAN DESIGNER ( 00FPE570CC )

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Asin: B00009U1CY
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 8601
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108. ARCMEDIA Quickstart Business Card Maker Pro ( Windows/Macintosh )

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Asin: B0002ADE0G
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Arcmedia
Sales Rank: 9360
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Features

  • Layouts, clip art and fonts are all included -- start working as soon as you install
  • Select from multiple layouts, images, backdrops and patterns for truly distinctive fonts and headlines
  • Import artwork and designs from other programs and store them in a searchable database
  • Create an eye-catching business card in 3 easy steps -Chose a Business Card Type, enter your info and print it up
  • Includes thousands of fonts for Mac and PC

109. Floorplan 3D Design Suite 8

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Asin: B000095ZIU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IMSI
Sales Rank: 3768
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Thumbs up
I have been a user since version 5, and have used the software to visualize and build 2 properties to date.

Starting with a new one soon...

One of the better and value for money products.

1-0 out of 5 stars Misleading information on the box
I have purchased the FloorPlan 3D version. It states on the box that it provides 1000 eitable floor plans in the soft ware. There are no instructions in the User guide to find these. The text support to speak to a person cost $9.95 per call. That is not mentioned on the box. On the box it states that there is a 30 day Money back guarentee. It does not state that it is a limited warranty for defective disks only.
I will be attempting to return this were I purchased it. Don't buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best also compared with more expesive competitors.
I'm user of IMSI FloorPlan versions since v4 of this program. And however it has experimented many changes through this years, nothing compared with the excellences of this last version.
Obviously, as user, there are things that in my personal opinion could have been more developed or in other direction. Aswell as there are things that I still miss in such kind of programs (But it happens also with most of the competitors ones. And if any those ones have included such particular function or ability, those ones are just the most expensive ones).
Honestly, FloorPlan has evolutioned hand by hand to its users.

Sometimes non CAD or 3D Desing experienced users may find some difficulties to do their 1st. steps. But there is are free forums and now also excellent additional books that can show each one to create spectacular and amizing projects.The images contained will show you how powerfull FloorPlan v8 together with it's bundle CAD program TurboCAD is.

5-0 out of 5 stars Long time user of FPlan
FPlan v8 has some of the best improvements of any version to date. In addition to new options for LightWorks Lighting and Materials the 8.2 update allows for below ground plane basements.

It is the only program I know of that allows for the use of imports from it's bundled Designer Cad program. You can use the hundreds of symbols included or make your own and import as 3ds files from Designer (a TurboCad light program).

Windows and Doors have unlimited sizing capablilites. UNLIMITED ! Any texture you wish to add can be done within the program. And VRML (virtual reality 'game like' walkthoughs) can be created with touch of a button, with textures included.

I've seen the advances in this program for over 4yrs. Any negative comment here are from inexperienced users. In addition IMSI provides a free Forum for users to post questions and examples of thier work.

I recommend the product to not only homeowners but remodeling contractors for creating both 3d Renderings and Working Drawings.

Their is no product better for the price !!

1-0 out of 5 stars Not what I'd hoped for...
Attempts to redesign a kitchen with floorplan 3d were pretty unsuccessful. The program lacks an intuitive interface, and I spent a lot of time fighting the controls. To make matters worse, often I simply couldn't do things because the program had limited options- for example, when I tried to "place" windows and cabinets in a design, my efforts were blocked by a program that only really imagines standard sized cabinets, and a very limited number of standard sized windows.

Visualizing "results" was dubious at best. In the end, I drew plans up by hand. It was a bit like buying a word processor program, and finding it so awful that you go back to writing with pen and paper. Pretty disappointing. ... Read more


110. Quickverse 7.0 Essentials

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Asin: B0000AKN4N
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IMSI
Sales Rank: 8445
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111. InstaFiles!
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Asin: B000066CJQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Casady and Greene
Sales Rank: 8793
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112. FineReader 6.0 Professional OCR Upgrade

our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00006A6XR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Abbyy USA
Sales Rank: 5575
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A professional OCR program that satisfies even the most demanding user, FineReader Professional provides unsurpassed accuracy of text recognition, excellent layout retention, and unmatched productivity.

This latest version delivers significant improvements in word accuracy and format retention, new ease-of-use features, added saving options, plus PDF conversion. As a result, FineReader 6.0 Professional is the most advanced OCR software, empowering users to easily convert paper-based documents and scanned images into editable text with superior accuracy.

The Scan&Read wizard guides users through document recognition step by step, while a tutorial offers handy, professional tips. Batch document support provides you with the tools you need to work with multi-page documents. Commands such as Read, Rotate, Locate blocks, Despeckle, and Save can all be applied universally, with control maintained through thumbnail diagnostic icons. You can even add your own comments to a page. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Softwar - Buy The Upgrade
This package works extremely smoothly and accurately. The way it is priced is confusing however (more below). FineReader is not only easy to use and accurate, coping with curved lines of text coming from scanned book pages, recognizing tables, fonts and preserving layout of the scanned image, but it also organizes your work, saves images in batches, and keeps track of which image you have proofread, modified and saved. While you're proofreading you can see the part of the image about which there are questions. After the briefest of practice sessions I dove into a 700-page project and it went totally smoothly. The Abbyy website also offers you a fully functional free trial version that you can download.

Regarding price, if you have any -- that is any -- OCR software already installed on your computer -- such as came with your scanner, the Abbyy website informs you that you are entitled to the "upgrade" version of this package, which costs only half as much as the "full" version! I had thought that "upgrade" was only useful for those with previous versions of FineReader, but this is not the case. I wonder how many people have paid the extra $...not knowing this fact.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very much the best overall
I do a great deal of OCR in my research and have scanned thousands of pages each with OmniPage Pro 12 (OP12) and FineReader 6 (FR6). I have also made extensive use of previous versions of both programs. I am happy to have both, because they excel at different things. For my work, however, if I had to choose just one it would have to be FR6. Others might have different preferences depending on what they do and what their equipment and software are.

The bulk of my scanning/OCR involves academic articles and historical materials. For the most part I produce PDF files, although I also scan some tables to produce spreadsheets and do some scanning to Word files. Depending on the quality of the original and my precise purpose I may make a PDF with an image and hidden text, an OCR text file, or an OCR text file with images of uncertain words. I use an HP 7450 scanner connected to a Windows 2000 system with a 1.8 GHz P4 processor and 512 MB of RAM.

For my purposes, OP12's outstanding feature is the quality of its grayscale and color scans. In fact, I even sometimes use it to produce images for processing by FR6. Generally speaking, the PDF image files produced by OP12 seem to run about 80% smaller than those that FR6 produces for equal text quality -- and better rendition of photos! This is not true for black-and-white (1 bit) files, where FR6 seems to have a slight edge. But when the material calls for image output I usually click on OP12.

OCR is another story, for several reasons. First of all, when the going gets tough, OP12 quits in a huff. It will suddenly crash no warning whatever. This seems to be OCR-related, but if it happens while scanning the chances of recovering your already-scanned work are poor. For this reason, I always scan and recognize separately with OP12, since then the crashes usually do not corrupt the scanned images. Depending on the complexity of the material, I may get a crash anywhere from one in every 20 to one in 100 pages.

Naturally, separate scanning and recognition slows the process down. On top of that, OP12 is very slow to start with, at least with "only" a 1.8GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM and all other applications closed. When I need fast results or cannot tolerate crashes I use FR6, which is distinctly faster and seems nearly bulletproof.

Moreover, when accuracy of scanning counts, OP12 is next to useless for my purposes. That's because it is very weak on anything but straight text. Superscripts all look like quotation marks to it and subscripts all come out as commas. It is also very poor with any sort of special symbols or equations. Nor is there any way to correct these mistakes in the editing process -- you're forced to edit the PDFs with Adobe Acrobat, a very slow and laborious process. If you have material with as many superscripts, subscripts, and special symbols as the typical academic article, it is really faster to retype it than to try to do it with OP12. FR6, by contrast, gives reasonably good accuracy with such material and makes it easy to correct the mistakes that do crop up.

In a surprising number of cases, OP12 will rotate the page so that the text is not upright and then proceed "recognize" it as garbage. FR6 is not immune to this, but does it significantly less often.

FR6 is sometimes wrong but never in doubt -- it has never reported being unable to complete OCR of a page, no matter how complex. OP12 is easily confused, especially when the page mixes text and tables, and then insists that you manually zone the page before it will proceed.

Both programs offer an "auto-special" completely automatic mode that will do a decent job on simple material (assuming that OP12 doesn't crash in the middle). When you need to customize settings, however, FR6 offers more range of choices. It also offers more flexibility in correcting recognition errors and in manual zoning, should that be necessary.

Surprisingly for a version 12, OP12 has a great many glitches, bugs, oddities, and time-wasting annoyances that make it seem more like an early beta. About 20% of the PDFs it produces are unreadable -- it's important always to check. The early FineReader versions were extremely rough, but FR6 is a very stable and finished product.

As I say, I don't regret the money I've spent on either of them. However, FR6 is more generally useful, faster, and trouble-free -- and significantly cheaper. If the maker of FR6, ABBYY, would fix their scanning (something I've suggested to them several times) it would clearly be the preferable program. As things are, OP12 fills some needs better.

Will O'Neil

1-0 out of 5 stars dissapointing PDF
I bought this product after talking to one of the Abbyy reps at a trade show in Las Vegas. My primary reason for buying was to turn documents into PDF files for repository storage. I also wanted to take some of my stored PDF documents and edit them in MS Word....conversion into PDF was ok (words were right, formatting was screwed up) but converting PDF into word was horrible....worked nothing like the demo they showed me

5-0 out of 5 stars FineReader 6.0 - Best OCR software
FineReader Pro 6.0, which I have run on Windows XP since March, is best of breed in batch processing, scanning, page analysis, OCR, editing, saving, stability, documentation, and customer service.

Batch: named set of pages processed together. Set the options once, and leave most of them, creating a new batch for a different set of options for resolution, patterns, etc.

Thumbnails are on the left, with page state indicators. Selected pages can be renumbered, saved, or deleted. Clicking a thumbnail opens the image, text, or both, each with its own zoom factor. A zoom pane shows a highly magnified view of the position.

FineReader supports PDF, BMP, JPEG, PCX, DCX, TIFF, and PNG image files. They are added to a batch by opening within FineReader, or by dropping one or more of them on a FineReader Window.

I set the scanning options to use the FineReader interface, which is much easier to use than the HP Precision Scan Pro interface.

FineReader scans single or multiple images at the click of a button. It deskews, orients, and despeckles images. If prompting for page number is selected, the user can specify the first page number, direction, and continuous or skip for a set of pages dropped on FineReader or scanned. A stack of two-sided pages can be placed in the ADF, scanned forward with skip, turned over, and scanned backward with skip to get all the pages in the proper order.

A batch is usually saved to different files, a few pages at a time, and I often save recognized pages in the batch that is currently doing background scanning and OCRing.

If the ADF is empty the user is prompted without stopping the background tasks. I can place a single page in the flat bed, a stack in the ADF, or cancel the scan. To scan multiple odd sized pages in the flat bed, uncheck the ADF option, and set the time between scans. Scanning the flat bed will continue until the Scan button is toggled.

Multiple instances of FineReader run concurrently. While one instance is scanning documents in the ADF and recognizing the scanned pages in a background thread, I edit and save previously recognized pages of another batch. There is little to do beyond feeding the ADF and starting Save operations, and the CPU is 100% busy whenever I have many pages in the ADF. I set FineReader's priority low, so other applications remain responsive.

FineReader shines for OCR. When I first started using FineReader 4.0, I compared it against Textbridge and Adobe Acrobat, and found that FineReader made very few recognition errors compared to the others. FineReader Pro 5.0 made very few recognition errors compared to 4.0 and compared to ReadIris Pro 7. For example, difficult letters like i, m, t were missed in FineReader 4.0 and rarely missed in 5.0. FineReader Pro 6.0 makes still fewer errors.

FineReader's recognition process has two parts: layout analysis, and character recognition. With the background recognition task, both parts are done automatically as pages are scanned or dropped. Even while background recognition is going on for new pages, manual layout can be done for other pages. Text, Table, and Picture blocks can be resized and reshaped. Blocks can be added or deleted. Block types can be changed. Deleting a block removes it from the saved output; changing to a picture block puts the image in the output, with no recognized text. Neither action requires re-recognizing the block, so, when I would rather have an image of a block than recognized text, I can quickly switch to a picture block.

Automatic layout analysis is usually accurate, but sometimes pages with hand-written information need to be adjusted so that all the handwriting is in picture blocks.

OCR errors take two forms: incompletely recognized characters, which may be recognized rightly or wrongly, and incorrectly completely recognized characters. FineReader 6.0 has almost no incorrectly completely recognized characters, and allows the few that slip past to be edited. FineReader 5.0 had quite a few more, and did not allow such errors to be edited and saved in PDFs, so I had ended up saving many more results in Image over Text format than I would have otherwise.

Pattern training is usually not necessary. It only becomes useful for highly unusual fonts, or for large sets of documents that can all be scanned with the same resolution and that contain the same few unusual fonts.

User patterns can be named and are saved with batches. When pattern training is selected, recognition stops at each uncertain character. The user can confirm, change, or skip. Character attributes, such as superscript, can be set.

FineReader 5.0 did not preserve the page layout during text editing, and did not allow completely recognized words to be edited. Both these problems have been corrected in 6.0.

A spell check box displays the word image in context, with wider context in the zoom window, and choices for resolution: accept; Add the word to the dictionary; Confirm the changes; skip.

Results can be saved as DOC, RTF, PDF, HTML, CSV, TXT, XLS, or DBF files, and various formatting options are supported. PDF formats are Text and pictures only, Page Image Only, Text over the page image, Text under the page image, with optional images instead of incompletely recognized text. Maximum resolution and JPEG quality can by specified.

FineReader is stable. It continues from where it left off when a jam is cleared. It does not get GPFs; it does not hang. If a TWAIN driver is cancelled, FR6 recovers gracefully, and reinitializes the TWAIN driver. There are never problems with task synchronization. The current state is always saved to disk, so that even a power failure does not cause loss of data.

FineReader's Help is excellent, well organized and complete, with an excellent search facility.

I deal with Abbyy Customer Support by email. I have had few problems, several questions, and many suggestions for product enhancements. I always get prompt, courteous, useful responses, and quick fixes for problems. ... Read more


113. OmniPage(R) Pro 11.0 Upgrade
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005KK38
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Scansoft
Sales Rank: 5031
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

OmniPage Pro 11 is the fastest, easiest way to turn paper documents into digital files that you can edit. It features superior accuracy and the ability to convert PDF files into Microsoft Office documents. OmniPage Pro 11 extends its recognition capabilities from 13 to 114 languages, and from one to three alphabets, including Greek, Latin, and Cyrillic. This new version also handles grayscale and color images. It uses the extra pixel-depth information in grayscale images to internally generate black-and-white images for optimized OCR performance.

The new page formatter in OmniPage Pro 11 allows you to maintain every aspect of your original document, including columns, tables, and typestyles. You can save documents in PDF format for archiving or sharing: both image and paper documents can be transformed into PDF files for searching, preservation, and cross-platform distribution. The new IntelliTrain feature takes note of the changes you make in the proofing process. It then goes on its own "search and destroy" mission to find any recurrence of similar errors and corrects them automatically.

New despeckle enhancements allow you to take degraded documents like faxes and copies and recognize them with accuracy. And the ability to maintain text alignment and cell styles of spreadsheets and tables (even no-grid tables) means you won't have to worry about retyping or reformatting. You can also perform OCR functions directly from your favorite Microsoft programs for hassle-free OCR. The program works with Office 97, 2000, and XP. WYSIWYG HTML output means you can easily turn documents into Web pages. The program also now recognizes color backgrounds and color text. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars OmniPage Pro 11.0-A Lifesaver!
I upgraded my copy of OmniPage Pro 10 to OmniPage Pro 11, and haven't had any regrets since. One of the nicest features in this version of OmniPage, is the ability to work with Adobe PDF files. PDF files are great, but have little editing ability. With OmniPage Pro 11, this is no longer an issue. All I need to do now, is convert my PDF file to an Office file and edit away! This feature is almost worth the full price. In addition, OmniPage Pro 11 is far more accurate than OmniPage 10 ever was, and with added features OmniPage Pro 11 will work better than ever before. If you are a qualifying user, this is an upgrade that you should look into.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth it for Omnipage 10 users!
If you have Omnipage 10 already, this upgrade is definitely worth the price! It adds features such as "Despeckle" which greatly reduces the reading of stray marks on paper as weird characters. (as you often see from fax or copies). This was my main complaint with Omnipage 10 and its fixed in the new version. There's also definitely a greater accuracy with reading columns and translating them into Excel (often with Omnipage 10 I'd get text scanned into one long column instead of 2 short ones...no problem with that here!). Also, the ability to translate PDF files into office documents...that alone makes the software worthwhile...the drag and drop feature in this software is VERY handy. Definitely buy if you have Omnipage 10 already.

3-0 out of 5 stars Better than before, but not the best OCR software
I scan books that are in the public domain, which is a demanding task for OCR software. The bottom line is that the Abbyy FineReader Pro v5.0 is THE BEST OCR software on the market right now. It far surpasses Scansoft's Textbridge Millennium. The only thing that even gives FineReader Pro 5.0 any competition is Scansoft's OmniPage Pro 11, but FineReader is still far better. Since Scansoft bought out Textbridge (from Xerox) and bought out OmniPage (from Caere), you would think they could develop a superior product, but that's not so. Omnipage appears to be billed as an upgrade to Textbridge (I'm guessing that Scansoft is sending Textbridge to the graveyard). Scansoft claims in an advertisement that they spent a YEAR combining the programs. However, Scansoft did not even include rudimentary features of Textbridge in OmniPage 11. For instance, if you scan a book two pages at a time with the binding flat against the scanner (this is very common for older books that need to remain intact), Textbridge Millennium could split apart the pages using a dual-page mode. This was an extremely helpful if not critical feature for scanning books. However, this feature does not exist in OmniPage 11. FineReader on the other hand, can do this and more. It works great with Auto Document Feeders and it is far more accurate than OmniPage 11. Finally, FineReader's error/spell checker is once again far superior to OmniPage 11. The only single advantage that OmniPage 11 has over FineReader 5.0 is that it can import/output Adobe PDF documents. Otherwise FineReader Pro 5.0 is the way to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars Definitely worth upgrading to this new version
I upgraded my copy of Omnipage Pro 10.0 Scan Suite, which is a qualifying product to upgrade to OmniPage Pro 11.0. It was one of the smartest moves I've made. Not that there was anything terribly wrong with OmniPage Pro 10, but the added features and performance of version 11 is plain phenomenal. Optical character recognition (OCR) is dramatically more accurate in this new version, and it also recognizes and converts columns and tables. It also produces a virtually identical converted page, with graphics, tables and columns where they should be, instead of in unexpected places like the previous version sometimes did.

It imports Adobe Acrobat files, which is a major plus, and exports them into Microsoft Office format files - an even bigger plus. It will also turn a scanned document into an Acrobat PDF file. This does not supplant Adobe's Acrobat 5.0, though, because that product has capabilities that OmniPage doesn't have. See the Acrobat 5.0 product page on Amazon for more information.

Another plus is the ability to scan a page, have it accurately converted and save it as an HTML file, complete with graphics, which can then be uploaded to your web site. It can also be used to create documentation on a CD ROM that can be read using a browser. The possibilities here are endless and adds considerably to the value of this upgrade.

ScanSoft did a remarkable job with features and usability with this version. If you are using a qualifying product this upgrade is worth every penny. ... Read more


114. BABY ALBUM

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Asin: B00006LK6E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Victorymultimedia
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A very good product indeed
My wife and I found this product and just had to buy it! It has loads of features and abilities that are easy to use even for someone who is not to aquainted with a computer. It has helped us save quite a bit of money and at the same time let us be creative with the memories of our childrens progress through life. It is simply a must have for any parent looking to save some money while being creative and original, without ripping their hair out. ... Read more


115. Fujitsu SCANRIGHT S/W IPC-FI-4010 4110 4120C 4220C ( PA43400-D72201 )

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Asin: B000092YN0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Fujitsu Pc Corp, C/O Cti
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116. JAWS PDF Creator (Windows)

Asin: B000063NIS
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 9125
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Features

  • Turn any document into a PDF file with the simple conversion tools
  • Save your document structures and hyperlinks within the new documents by changing the settings
  • Drag and drop your files into any file, PostScript or EPS file directly to PDF
  • Protect your documents with password security
  • High-end proofing and print production for enhanced color accuracy

117. AVERY WIZARD SOFTWARE WORK WITH

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Asin: B00006HNHB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Avery Label
Sales Rank: 7001
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118. COREL WordPerfect Family Pack 5 ( Windows )

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Asin: B0002WTK3Y
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
Sales Rank: 2574
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Features

  • WordPerfect creates impressive resumes, letters, school reports, newsletters and more
  • Use Quattro Pro for versatile spreadsheets that manage your personal & family budget -- complete with charts, payment schedules and exporting to Excel
  • Encyclopedia Britannica 2003 Ready Reference with over 25,000 entries on art, history, literature, politics, science, sports and more -- plus 1,500 colorful photos, maps and multimedia files
  • Enhanced Task Manager gets beginners & experts alike working faster -- start projects, organize files and get online, all with a mouse click
  • Make digital photo retouching easier than ever -- correct red eye, add stunning borders and effects, share photos through e-mail and create custom wallpaper and screensavers

119. PC HARDWARE

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Asin: B00006HQAN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: E-Book Systems, Inc.
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120. Adobe ACROBAT DISTILLER SVR V6-CD WIN 100U ( 42050076 )

Asin: B0000Y7VY4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
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