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OCR implementation using MFC

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I want to implement OCR feature to my programe. But i don't know how to go about it using MFC. Can any one help me.

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Rajesh Gupta
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There are OCR SDKs and OCXes from various vendors. Try these: BitSoft (www.bitsoft.ru), Caere (www.caere.com), TypeReader (www.expervision.com), Xerox, etc. Some of the commercial OCR packages also have DDE and MS-WORD interface.

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