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November 1, 2003
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November 1, 2003
Convert Those Documents
With offices worldwide, ScanSoft, Inc. is the leading supplier of speech and imaging solutions that are used to automate a wide range of manual processes. ScanSoft develops award-winning document automation solutions, including OCR (optical character recognition), eForm design and personal document management applications.
Chris Strammiello, Director of Product Marketing discusses the ScanSoft PDF Converter and OmniPage Pro 14 Office. ScanSoft PDF Converter for Microsoft Word immediately converts PDF documents into an editable Microsoft Word 2003 document. OmniPage Pro 14 Office is a powerful productivity application that delivers accurate document conversion, turning PDF and paper - letters, contracts, tables, manuals - into editable word processing and spreadsheet documents.
ScanSoftNovember 1, 2003 interview
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