I've got source in PDF with numerals as text figure (font: Walbaum). It generates many mistakes (for example often 3 is replaced by 5). I'm wondering is there a possibility to minimalize this mistakes but I'm not sure how to do this.. Should I add some font to Abbyy so it makes it easier to differ numbers?

Greetings Bartek Maciejewski

asked 19 Apr '16, 16:26

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closed 20 Apr '16, 14:29

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Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

Could please specify what ABBYY product you use?

Also please share your image so that we can test it.

(20 Apr '16, 14:02) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Oksana Serdyuk 20 Apr '16, 14:29

It's ABBYY FineReader12.

As example I share image, where numbers 7 in sentence: "Dzieje Żydów w Galicyi i Rzeczypospolitej Krakowskiej 1772–1868," are replaced by 3.


Greetings Bartek


answered 20 Apr '16, 14:17

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Bartek Macie...

Thank you for the provided information. Your question is related to ABBYY desktop product, and this forum works for ABBYY SDK products. I have forwarded your request to my colleagues who are responsible for ABBYY FineReader support. They will contact you very soon.

(20 Apr '16, 14:28) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

Right, sorry for mistake and thank you very much for help.

(20 Apr '16, 14:40) Bartek Macie...

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