How OCR Facilitates Digital Transformation for PDFs
The topic of this blog post is how optical character recognition (OCR) technology facilitates digital transformation for (Portable Document Format) PDF documents. This may sound a bit silly at first: PDFs are already digital, one would say, what is there to transform?
FineReader PDF 15 Release 7: New PDF editing function, command line capability, and licensing for RPA scenarios
Shortly before the winter holidays (which are, let’s be honest, going to be a bit weird this year – but still, it’s a New Year!), a new FineReader PDF 15 Release is ready for our users. We are glad we can deliver this as our little New Year’s present to you, which brings further improvements and new features that expand how to apply the software for document-related tasks and opens new ways FineReader PDF can be used.
Other manipulations with PDF pages ABBYY FineReader PDF 15
With this post, we conclude the overview of ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 functions that help to manipulate and rearrange your PDF documents. Enhancing visual appearance of PDF pages Cropping can enhance the visual appearance of pages in PDFs, especially scanned ones. But, how else can we improve it with FineReader PDF?
Launch of ABBYY Community Forum
A few months ago we launched the ABBYY Global Products Community Forum. ABBYY offers a wide portfolio of products to help individuals and organizations achieve digital transformation. The forum is available to everyone—customers, partners, and prospects alike, to ask and answer questions relating to ABBYY products.
How to Crop and Rotate Pages in PDF with ABBYY FineReader PDF 15
In this post, we continue to explore the functions of ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 that help to manipulate and rearrange your PDF documents. Rotating and cropping pages in a PDF Rotate Tools Sometimes PDFs, especially scanned ones, contain pages turned upside down or 90 degrees.
How to manipulate PDF pages and documents with ABBYY FineReader PDF 15. Part 1
When working with PDF documents, we often need to manipulate the pages: combine two or several documents into one or, vice versa, split a long document into a few smaller parts, add a page or two from another document, delete some pages, change the order of pages, and so on. In this tutorial article you will learn how to manipulate PDF pages in ABBYY FineReader PDF 15, what are the tools, and how to use them.
ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 Release 6: Split Documents, Get a Free PDF Viewer, Save to SharePoint Online, and More!
With the beginning of autumn, FineReader PDF 15 is getting another update, Release 6. We have continued to expand the solution’s PDF toolset and improve its usability. In addition, with this update, FineReader PDF now offers a free PDF Viewer for Windows! Viewing PDF files is the most common thing we do with them, and now it can be done with FineReader PDF by anyone.
How to Extract Pages from PDF with ABBYY FineReader PDF 15
In this post, we continue to explore the functions of ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 that help to manipulate and rearrange your PDF documents. 4 ways of reusing and extracting pages from a PDF With a set of commands from the main (Edit) or context (right-click) menus, selected pages in a PDF can be reused in a number of ways. 1. You can create another PDF from those pages with the command Create PDF from Selected Pages.
How to use bookmarks in a PDF with ABBYY FineReader PDF
One of the advantages of PDF is that you can create references to as many places in a document as you want and organize them into neat and structured easy-to-use lists. Such references are bookmarks. They make it a lot easier to navigate through documents, remember certain places, or simply mark the last read position in a long document. However, quite often PDF files do not have bookmarks at all.
How to Replace Pages in PDF
In this post, we continue to explore the functions of ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 that help to manipulate and rearrange your PDF documents. Replacing pages in a PDF Of course, you can first delete the page(s) you want to replace, and then add new page(s). But there is an easier way. Select the page(s) you want to replace, right-click on them, and choose Replace Pages in the menu.