I made an inventory count in my workshop. I have around A4 50 pages with digits (numbers) well tabulated and relatively clearly written.

Is there any way that I could convert those numbers into excel files? I am using FineReader 12 but does not recognize them.

Please help!

asked 05 Jul '16, 06:52

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Unfortunately, at the moment ABBYY FineReader 12 does not support recognition of handwritten text.

However if you have some programming skills, you can try our SDK solutions, for example – ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK. It allows to recognize a handwritten text, but only if the characters are written separately, so called "handprinted text". To recognize the handprinted text you need to set textType=handprinted for the text that is being recognized as handprinted.


answered 05 Jul '16, 11:57

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