ABBYY Screenshot Reader
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An efficient and reliable piece of software that can help you easily capture and read text from a screenshot, saving you valuable time
DISCOUNT: 10% OFF!ABBYY Screenshot Reader is an intuitive application that can help you grab screenshots of various items, then recognize the text in each one and generate a readable file. The program features Optical Character Recognition functions, which enable it to detect the text in any source image and replicate it entirely.
ABBYY Screenshot Reader allows you to capture screenshots of a user-defined area, a particular window or your entire screen. In addition, you can grab a picture using the 'Timed Screen' function, which will wait for 5 seconds before capturing the image.
ABBYY Screenshot Reader supports around one hundred sixty languages, meaning it will work just as well, regardless of the language of the text you want to capture. It enables you to grab two types of screenshots: image and text, each with different output preferences.
A screenshot can be exported as an image, to clipboard or to an e-mail message. This means that you can easily cut out phrases from graphic files, such as brochures, and turn them into editable pieces of text, or you can quickly insert data into a report.
Moreover, you can export the contents of a screenshot as text to clipboard or to a document. Another option is to save it as a table to clipboard or to an XLS file, useful particularly when you need to create lists of items, or copy data from tables.
ABBYY Screenshot Reader supports multiple output formats, such as RTF, DOC, XLS, JPG or PNG, suiting your every need, while the advanced OCR technology allows it to read any text you capture and transfer it to an editable file, in just seconds.
With ABBYY Screenshot Reader, you can forget about typing endless pages of text or trying to work with scanned documents, as this tool will significantly simplify your work and save you a lot of time.
ABBYY Screenshot Reader was reviewed by Marina Dan
Last updated on November 15th, 2013