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Old 08-24-2012, 03:24 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Schauberger View Post
Hi,

I recently ocr'd a scanned, pdf book using the ocr function of the PDF-XChange Viewer. However, it works by layering the the recognized text over the original document, which displays quite awkwardly on my Sony 650. Therefore, I am searching for a way to remove the backround layer/images of my document, and at the same time preserve the formatting, and TOC of my original file.
THanks in advance !


Schauberger
I use PDF-XChange free version as my reader but have never tried it for OCRing. I guess that's a PRO feature?
PDFs can be created as either text-over-image, or image-over-text, so there might be an option somewhere?

Also, in that file you linked, I did not see the text over the image (was I supposed to?) so perhaps it's just a viewer setting that is showing it on the reader?

Or am I misunderstanding the issue?
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