I want to use the software to scan our delivery notes to pdf. Now i wonder, if it is possible to use some of the text in the document as the filename.

All our notes are numbered, and i would like this number to become the filename. i already did a test, and it reconizes all the text on our notes.

asked 17 May '16, 10:47

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Kindly specify what ABBYY product is the most interesting for you? Should it be a SDK solution or a ready-to-use program? Are we speaking about offline or online solution?

(17 May '16, 15:06) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

Currently i amn doing a test with a trial version of Finereader 12 Corporate. But if there is anything better to use, please let me know

(17 May '16, 15:10) Richardm

Then you can try ABBYY Recognition Server - it supports using scripts for output file naming. Please contact your region sales manager (all contacts can be found here) or simply fill the following form at our site.

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answered 17 May '16, 15:27

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