Basically, "I" (just the character I) keeps getting marked as a low confidence character when it's by itself, always. So when I go to verify for low confidence characters I'm basically just going through I after I. I'm wondering if there's a way to ignore I if it has spaces on both sides like " I ", or simply just ignore the character I when verifying a document. Thanks.

asked 29 Feb '16, 00:12

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closed 01 Mar '16, 09:41

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Could you kindly specify what ABBYY product you use?

(29 Feb '16, 13:56) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

Sorry. I'm using FineReader 12 Corporate.

(01 Mar '16, 04:24) Paulo27

Your question is related to ABBYY desktop product. I'm sorry, but this forum works for ABBYY SDK products only. I have forwarded your request to my colleagues who are responsible for ABBYY FineReader support. They will contact you as soon as possible. Also you can use the following e-mail to contact them yourself directly: support@abbyy.ua.

(01 Mar '16, 09:41) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Oksana Serdyuk 01 Mar '16, 09:41

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