ABBYY Screenshot Reader /Windows
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Easy to use
The program’s main screen allows to choose an area for the screenshot and an output format. Screenshot Reader can be set up to launch automatically at each start up and will be always by your hand.
Variety of saving formats
ABBYY Screenshot Reader lets you save image screenshots in JPEG, Bitmap or PNG formats. Text screenshots can be saved as editable texts in .RTF, .TXT, .DOC or .XLS formats.
ABBYY OCR technology
Powered by award winning ABBYY OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology that turns paper documents and images into editable electronic formats with superior accuracy.
Capture screenshot images
Capture an interesting part of the screen and save it as an image or share with your friends. Just mark certain part of the screen with ABBYY Screenshot Reader and send it as image by e-mail or by messenger or store it on your computer.
Insert a screen image in documents
Prepare small – size images for your presentations, reports and other documents. Open the image, create the screenshot, copy it to the clipboard and then insert into the document with CTRL+V keys or “paste” functions.
Transform screenshot images into text
If you want to grab some text from an image file, Web site, presentation, or PDF you can quickly turn text areas into truly editable text that you can paste directly into an open application, edit or save as Microsoft® Word or Excel® documents.
Extract text and tables
Extract text from brochures and leaflets that are only available as graphics: select a piece of text and it will automatically open as editable information in Microsoft Word. Transform image tables into editable Excel worksheets.
Use screenshots to compile instructions and guides
Identify and manage company’s commitments across numerous paper and digital contracts and leases.
Save lists from a website into an Excel file
Learning foreign language and need to gather the words you study from a website into an Excel file? Let Screenshot Reader do the job, instead of manually cutting and pasting each word.