Scanned Text Editor 1.0 esteve disponível como oferta em 11 de setembro de 2010
Edite qualquer documento escaneado sem perder absolutamente nada. O layout e a qualidade permanecerão exatamente como no documento original. O programa NÃO tentará reconhecer o texto, em vez disso ele irá livrar os caracteres e as imagens do plano de fundo e inserí-los como objetos móveis.
Você pode abrir documentos já existentes (imagens bitmap) ou escanear novos documentos. Você poderá então mover, deletar, copiar e colar texto e imagens ou adicionar novo texto e imagens. Você pode salvar o resultado como uma imagem bitmap e imprimí-la. Salvar o documento no formato de arquivo interno SCA também é uma opção. Neste formato, todos os objetos serão salvos em uma camada diferente, não voltando mais a colar ao fundo do texto.
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Edite arquivos em PDF agora, é muito fácil usando o PDF Editor! Você pode adicionar texto com qualquer fonte que você quiser ou modificar o texto existente para corrigir erros ortográficos ou atualizar telefones antigos. Faça um clique duplo em no objeto de texto para editá-lo. Você pode selecionar a função arrastar e soltar em qualquer objeto do arquivo PDF. Para editar uma foto você pode simplesmente clicar duas vezes na imagem e o programa irá lhe mostrar a foto no editor de imagens integrado. Selecione, mova, copie e cole texto, captur e vetorize objetos gráficos usando o cursor.
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This is the first image.It was scaned at my HP printing.You see that is a superposition.
Next i use this soft and i select scaner>Scan>Edit documents>Hide background(here are some setting to do(I not make this setting and result was not so good,it must to try until will be good).Here is result:
another trial was to put a text(i write Penseta)on this image.Ater you enter in :Edit Documents you go to:Add text>write your text>next click on enter(is Return) and result is here:
Loock at up-right corner,is write:Penseta.
Images was scaned in another position and also editing(writing text).After that i rotate images and capture with Jet Schreenshot.
Soo ,my conclusion is that is good but you must to have patience to make more trial until the result will be good.I didnt try,make research if is function to preview your setting.It will be good to be in real time,to not make more trials.Thank.
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wdh,,,The software company is located in Germany, their native language is German not English. Under the circumstances I think their English is very good. How well do you speak or write German? If everyone spoke and wrote English as well as you would like, there probably wouldn't be any need for a text editor. By the way I believe you mean won't not "wont" and since, unlike the software writers, your native language is English you really need considering improving your own spelling before you knock some one else's.
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Scanned Text Editor is a small [10 files, ~3.5MB], portable app for working with image files. In a nutshell it lets you independently move around any shapes or objects that it can separate from the background. Today's GOTD comes packaged in a WinRAR self-extracting file that adds Start Menu shortcuts plus an un-install file to the Windows folder.
You optionally adjust the threshold values & it selects everything that isn't white, turning any groups of continuous, colored pixels into movable objects that you can also delete. You can then save the images that way in it's proprietary format, or merge all of the individual objects with the background & either print or export a regular image file. You select the objects you want to move, delete etc by clicking on them, & you can select multiple objects by shift + clicking them or by drawing a rectangle around all the objects you want to select. You can also add new text or paste a separate image file -- when you click the button to "Add Picture" the cursor turns into cross-hairs that you click + drag to set the dimensions or area you want the image to fill -> when you've set the area click again & the image open dialog pops up to import your image file... Scanned Text Editor sizes & pastes the image accordingly, keeping the original aspect ratio [i.e. it won't stretch the image to fill all the available area]. You can import most common image file formats [plus a few uncommon ones], or use a scanner, either via Twain or WIA [i.e. the 2 main ways that you access/communicate with scanner drivers in Windows]. You can have more than one instance of Scanned Text Editor running, but I couldn't get it to copy paste between them.
That all said I'm not sure what you'd want to use Scanned Text Editor for... It might come in handy if you were forwarding a fax or something like that I imagine, but that's about it since you'll either leave traces of gray on the background or, if you set the threshold high enough to eliminate that, it will probably look like a lower quality copy... scanned text just isn't perfectly sharp, but rather feathered around the edges, & when you get rid of that feathering [i.e. set the threshold high enough], it starts to look aliased &/or blocky.
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