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Need software to turn screen shots into text

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Hi, we have pages of screen shots taken of websites. Is there a program that can find the text in the picture and convert to text?
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I have used abby fine reader in the past to do OCR on images.
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in what format do you have the images?

Yes i also recommend abbyy if you need to create searchble PDFs. You may also consider acrobat as well.

If the volume is very few you can even get this done by outsourcing.
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