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Old 07-08-2009, 08:21 PM   #10
DDHarriman
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Hi

Yes it is.
It does everything Finereder does and the outlook of the screen is really similar - they look and feel like twin brothers.

Omnipage is much more expensive then Finereader and does not offer much more, many people even say Finereader is better.

I can say that I find Finereader tools for correcting skewed pages, dispecle, cutting white space and splitting two page scans much more intuitive and streamlined.
(I’m talking about Omnpage 16 here, I did not managed to test version 17 yet).

My advice, if you want to upgrade go with Finereader, I have it installed in several clients and the price and features are a winner combination.

Best regards,
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