I can't get Omnipage 18 to convert pdf files (bank statements) to excel. The system seems to choke with the busy spinning circle. Any suggestions? I could print to paper and scan but that seems to defeat the whole purpose of pdf files. The files were locked so I ran an unlock utility but that didn't make any difference. The page view shows the graphics of the page but none of the text. I have tried a number of things but am at a loss.
A customer of mine is having a hard time with the amount of time it takes to process their documents with Omnipage. Their setup now is:
- Intel i7-5960X Processor Extreme Edition
- 3.0 GHz (3.5 GHz Turbo)
- 20 MB Cache
- 8 GB RAM
- HDD 7200 RPM
- Windows 7 Professional
Would anyone know if adding more processing cores reduce the OCR-processing time or is Omnipage limited to the amount of cores it uses? Also, would adding more memory (greater than 8 GB) also reduce the OCR-processing time?
I have done my diligent searching on the forums but couldn't find anything to answer these questions.
Thank you in advance for any help.
OmniPage Ultimate addin for MS Office is installed and shown as active in Word, and the file that it refers to, OFFICEXADDINOP19.DLL, is in the directory as shown - BUT the Nuance menu don't appear in Word.
According the user guide, OmniPage 19 is compatible with Microsoft Office 2013, and it shoud be possible to acquire text from within Word.
"You can use the Direct OCR™ feature to call on the recognition services of OmniPage while you work in the following applications: Microsoft Office XP or higher, Corel WordPerfect 12 or X3. First you must check the Enable Direct OCR check box under Tools > Options > General. Then, two buttons in the Office 2010 or 2013 Nuance OCR tab, or in an OmniPage toolbar open the door to OCR facilities.
I've also Word 2010 installed, and it's the same - no Nuance OCR tab.
When migrating to Windows 10 on my business computer I couldn't open pinned folders anymore, while it would work at home.
Since my computer was getting old, I bought a new one but had the same problem. I have uninstalled all the programs - I had just installed - to find out that Nuance Cloud was the one creating the problem.
I have never used it so it's removal wasn't a problem.
I had to reinstall Omnipage 18. When I went to upsdate it to 18.1 I receive a message that update is not supported with the new Microsoft Edge. How do I get the update?
i´am using V 18. Support suggest to change from 17 to 18. Now i have a problem with searchable PDF scanning. Surely it will be a setting problem, but i cannot find it out und support time running out. So, hopefully from you are somebody there you can help me.
In the image you see on the right site the scanning document with V 18. On the left side the saved result of searchable PDF. What´s going wrong?
I have run OmniPage Ultimate on on existing PDF file in order to make it searchable. The document is mostly text, but includes a few pages of color maps. However, when I save my work to a new PDF file, the maps come out as black and white instead of color.
I can't find a setting to change this. Can you help?
Just installed Windows 8 update to OmniPage 18. Page scans and displays on monitor in color, as it should. However, when saving as an image .PDF file, OmniPage 18 presents a dialogue box explaining that the scanned and save formats are incompatible (i.e., converting from color to B&W), and once accepted, proceeds to save the image as a B&W .PDF image file. How do I get back to being able to save the image in color as I used to be able to do before the update?