Using this sample image

It seems that when I use excel as output it displayed all characters in one column. Is there anyway to configure to read it line by line and display it by row?

asked 28 Dec '12, 10:46

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edited 28 Dec '12, 10:47

Anyone? You can try test the sample image and set the output as excel.

(02 Jan '13, 12:27) Brian

Can you also share your result?

(03 Jan '13, 00:37) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

I have the same question, After processing the images is there anyway to configure to export the data to excel line by line and display it by row?

(03 Oct '13, 23:44) Kiran Sabinkar

Normally tables are exported to Excel as several raw and columns. If all the characters are displayed as one column, it means that your text was not recognized as a table with several columns.

Note that the tables could be recognized with the documentConversion profile only.

You can send your image to to let us investigate the issue.


answered 06 Nov '13, 15:12

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