Hello,

I need to have all the numbers on my drawing selectable, because I need to link the numbers on the drawing to the numbers in the text below the drawing. My plan was to OCR scan the numbers and I got acces to ABBYY FineReader 12. ABBYY FineReader 12 recognizes the text good, but he see the drawing just as a drawing and don't look further on the drawing for the numbers. So my question is; "Is there any possibility to configurate the scanner that he recognizes the numbers on the drawing?" I hope someone have faced the same problem and have a solution for me. You can find the drawing at the attached files. Thank you all in advance!

With kind regards,

Koen de Haan

asked 13 Jan '15, 17:55

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edited 19 Jan '15, 15:10

Do I understand correctly that the product you are using is ABBYY FineReader 12?

(19 Jan '15, 15:07) Julia Anikus... ♦♦

Yes I use ABBYY FineReader 12, I'll change that inmediatly

(19 Jan '15, 15:09) Koen de Haan

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Here is a link to a file witch has to be recognized. If you scroll down to page 14 you see a drawing and some text underneeth it. I need the numbers of the parts on the drawing to be scanned.

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answered 13 Jan '15, 18:03

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This forum is devoted to support of SDK products. Please send the description of your issue to http://onlinesupport.abbyy.com/ and our support staff will be happy to help.

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answered 19 Jan '15, 16:48

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Thanks! I've sended the issue to them!

(19 Jan '15, 19:53) Koen de Haan
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