Convert your image files into MS Word or RTF editable documents through OCR. Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a technique that allows programs like Okdo Gif Tif Jpeg to Word Rtf Converter to recognize the text contained in an image file and create an editable file with it. The program supports conversion in batches and it is compatible with the latest MS Word file format (2007-2010).
The program's interface allows you to select a folder – it will find the image files inside it and will add them to the conversion list automatically. Alternatively, you can add your files yourself on an individual basis. In addition, you can select your desired output format among four options: Word 97-2003 (DOC), Word 2007 (DOCX), Word 2007 with macros (DOCM) and Rich Text Format (RTF). Besides, you have three possibilities when selecting your preferred output folder: the same one as the source file(s), another specific folder, or set the program to create a subfolder using the file name.
But the program also offers a configuration window where you can define MS Word-specific parameters, such as the page size and the four margins. There you can also choose the language for the OCR. The program supports 13 of the most popular languages worldwide. Once the entire configuration is ready, you can start the process with a simple click of a button.
Even though the program's price tag of $42.95 is a bit high, a program capable of recognizing the text inside image files and of making it editable is undoubtedly a very useful tool for many people in many fields.
- Supports conversion in batches
- Compatible with the latest MS Word file format
- Allows you to select a folder - it will find the image files inside it and add them to the conversion list
- You can define the resulting page size and margins
- Its OCR engine supports 13 of the most popular languages
- A bit expensive