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Is it possible to extract text which is there in a JPG picture?
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yea got where i ll get software?

what i need to do after installation?
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you can download this here:
http://www.brothersoft.com/snapper-download-4312.html


what you need to do is also written in the first link I posted:
c:\program files\timesnapper\OCRPlugIn.exe
and select the .jpg file you want to extract text from.

Good luck :-)
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