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How to recognise Japanese or Chinese characters using OCR softwares
Thread poster: Nadia Said

Nadia Said
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Apr 2, 2003

Hi,



I\'m currently using OmniPage12 to recognize a protected PDF English file that contanis Japanese characters. Omnipage recognized the English characters but not the Japanese.

Is there a way to make Omnipage recognize other characters like Japanese or Chinese?

Does fine reader recognize these characters?



Thanks a lot for your reply!


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Uldis Liepkalns  Identity Verified
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Local time: 13:46
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Languages supported by Finereader 6.0 Apr 2, 2003


Is there a way to make Omnipage recognize other characters like Japanese or Chinese?

Does fine reader recognize these characters?



Thanks a lot for your reply!

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It seems Fine Reader doesn\'t support Japanese or Chinese nor Korean:



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