I use FineReader Pro 5.0 which I've been very happy with for many years. I now have a problem which I can't recall having experienced before, but maybe that's just because I haven't previously been scanning text from a novel with a lot of spoken sentences.

When I scan the opening and closing single quotation marks in a serif typeface, they convert to plain upright marks as if they are in non-serif type. Is this a normal thing, or is it something to do with my setup? My word processor is OpenOffice.

Many thanks, Alec.

asked 23 Nov '14, 14:59

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answered 24 Nov '14, 17:04

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