OmniPage Pro X's superior accuracy eliminates retyping, saving time and increasing productivity. New PDF functionality lets you convert PDF files to your favorite program or convert paper documents into PDF files. All this, plus improved formatting, table recognition and a host of other innovative capabilities designed to do one thing - make you more productive. This is the most accurate OCR software the Mac community has ever seen. The recognition engines are completely redeveloped to reduce word errors by 40%. Retaining the layout of your page is just as important as recognizing the words. The new page formatter allows you to maintain every aspect of your original document including columns, tables, indents, photos, graphics and more. Because OmniPage works natively in OS X, you will be able to take advantage of all the stability, performance and memory management that the new OS has to offer. Wouldn't it be great if you could capture information from PDF files and incorporate it in your documents? Now you can! For the first time ever, you can convert PDF files to your favorite program. The ability to convert documents to PDF files opens a whole new world of archiving and sharing possibilities. Image and paper documents can be transformed into PDF files for searchability, preservation and cross-platform distribution. Maintaining text alignment and cell styles of spreadsheets and tables - even non-gridded tables - means you'll never have to worry about retyping or reformatting. WYSIWYG HTML output means you're only a click away from turning documents into Web pages. OmniPage's Direct OCR allows users to move text directly into Microsoft Word and Excel without first going into OmniPage. New enhancements provide improved handling of degraded documents like faxes and copies and recognize them with unbelievable accuracy.
System Requirements: 128MB of RAM on Mac OS X 64 MB on Mac OS 9 with 32 MB allocated to OmniPage Pro (or 64 MB allocated to handle full-page color images with more than 256 colors) 80 - 100 MB of free hard disk space Mac OS 9.0 or later Mac OS X (10.1) 800 x 600 screen resolution or higher QuickTime 4.1 or later