Translating JPEG files
Thread poster: Ana Medeiros
| | Ana Medeiros
Local time: 06:01
English to Portuguese
How do I translate these files?
Could you help me?
| | malv
Local time: 07:01
German to French
| basically you can't ... || Jul 31, 2004 |
Jpeg are images/pictures.
If the text is printed on a jpeg picture, well, it seems like you have to typewrite yourself the text again, which shouldn\'t be a matter I suppose ?
Another solution if you want to work from the original source without having to re-type everything would be to print the picture, and use an OCR tool.
| There are some OCRs that can do it without printing || Aug 1, 2004 |
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| | Amy Duncan
Local time: 03:01
Portuguese to English
| My dopey little solution to this problem || Aug 2, 2004 |
I open a new Word document. I size it down to about 1/4 the size of the screen. Then I open the jpeg document and open the Word "window" on top of it. With a little manipulating and using the zoom function, I can always get it to work so that the jpeg text is readable and I can type in the little window at the same time. When I'm done, I just expand the Word window and check everything.
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