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OmniPage Professional 18

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Nuance Communications, makers of the popular Dragon NaturallySpeaking software, recently released an upgrade of its flagship OmniPage OCR software for Windows. OmniPage 18 has a slew of tools to help users digitize nonsearchable text and image documents, and transform them into editable Microsoft Word, RTF, PDF, Excel, HTML, and CSV files.

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Nuance Communications, makers of the popular Dragon NaturallySpeaking software, recently released an upgrade of its flagship OmniPage OCR software for Windows.

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