Question: PDF to Excel OCR Converter

Dear Support Team,

Actually we've some thousands of scanned "pure table style" reports as tiff files and need the data as excel file. Font style: Arial. There are no lines in our tiff-files.

Our table looks like this:

col1 col2   col4 col4col5  col6

2008 23,3   John KN 20000  Rome
2008  4,2   MarcyKN100344Milano
2009  8,9   Paul FR 40994 Praha
2004 14,99  PeterPT 80924Berlin

As you see, we have the Problem, that the data of the 4th and 6th column in line 2 and 4 are normally read as one word by ocr programs.
The alignment of the columns are different. Some are centered, some left, some right aligned.

Our questions:
Do we have the possibility to define the column-areas or/and vertical column delimiter lines with your product?
Does it support auto/batch alignment of angular scanned tables? (not so
important)
Does it support tiff files (lzw or g4 compressed)?
Are 300dpi with ~2,2mm character height enough for your ocr recognition?

Yours
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>>Do we have the possibility to define the column-areas or/and vertical column delimiter lines with your product?

You needn't define the column-areas or/and vertical column delimiter lines with our product, our PDF to Excel OCR Converter product will recognize the column-areas automatically.

>>Does it support auto/batch alignment of angular scanned tables? (not so important)

Yes, our PDF to Excel OCR Converter product does support align tables from scanned TIFF, JPEG, PDF, etc. as well as normal text based PDF files.

>>Does it support tiff files (lzw or g4 compressed)?

Yes, it is support all type of TIFF files.

>>Are 300dpi with ~2,2mm character height enough for your ocr recognition?

Yes, 300DPI TIFF file is good enough for OCR recognition.

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