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hi,

I'm looking towards developing OCR/ICR Software using Visual Basic 6.0. I need some inputs so that i can start with it. As of now I'm not intrested in full fledged OCR Application. I'm developing a software into which I need to incorporate OCR. I want to read text from scanned application form. That application is in Visual Basic 6.0. So, I need to implement OCR/ICR using VB 6.0 only........


thanx and regards
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i need further help.... these links were not sufficient..... right now i'm accepting your answer.


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