[blindLaw] Batch OCR

David Andrews dandrews920 at comcast.net
Fri Apr 23 10:34:39 UTC 2021

There are such apps out there. They tend to be oriented to 
high-volume businesses like banks, and utility companies that send 
out a lot of documents. There may be programs that have this 
capability, on a more individual basis, you will just have to google and see.


At 10:51 AM 4/21/2021, Angela Matney via BlindLaw wrote:
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>Hello everyone,
>I believe I've asked this question before, but it's been a while, 
>and maybe someone has new information.
>I'm looking for  an application that can OCR all of the PDFs in a 
>given folder with little input from me. Ideally, it would integrate 
>with Windows so that I could just click on the folder, process all 
>the PDFs, and come back to a bunch of Word files later. Has anyone 
>had good experiences with such an app? What about accessibility? Are 
>there any apps that you've found to be particularly accessible (or 
>Most of the PDFs I have to deal with don't include handwriting. It's 
>just that I can sometimes have quite a lot of them to deal with at 
>once (such as when reviewing the contents of a virtual data room in 
>an M&A transaction).
>Thanks for any input.
>Angela Matney, CIPP/US (She/Her)
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