I use Abbyy FineReader Engine 11. I try to recognize some text. I know that a font of the text is OCR 2. Is it possible use this information to improve recognition?

asked 05 Jan '15, 18:26

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There are several text types, including OCR A and OCR B, which can be specified for recognition in ABBYY FineReader Engine 11. They are all listed in the Developer's Help → API Reference → Enumerations → TextTypeEnum.

For more information about specifying text types please refer to the Developer's Help → Guided Tour → Advanced Techniques → Using Text Type Autodetection.


answered 06 Jan '15, 11:19

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