JScan is tool for performing OCR and viewing document images; specifically, document images in the TIFF and MODI formats. JScan was designed primarily for use with the MODI format and working in conjunction with the Microsoft Office tools.
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Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
JBase 1.0 JBase is a database program designed to be used with TIFF and MODI documents. File attributes and text are extracted from the document images and inserted into a Microsoft SQL Compact Edition 3.5 database. There, documents can be grouped and organize
Description: JScan is tool for converting and viewing images; specifically, document images. A document image is an image (or picture) of a paper document such as that produced from a scanner or a fax machine. The difference between a document image and a regular image is that with the help of Optical Character Recognition (OCR), the text, as well as the document's formatting, can be read and stored within the image file. Those image files supported by JScan include the well-established TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) with the file extension *.tif; and the Microsoft Document Image Format, also known as a Microsoft Office Document Image (MODI), with the file extension *.mdi, introduced with Office 2003. JScan was designed primarily for using the MODI format and working in conjunction with the Microsoft Office tools.
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