[Athen] DocMorph / MyMorph accuracy?
john.gardner at orst.edu
Tue May 20 16:17:24 PDT 2008
Hi. I have been using the MS Document Image Writer that comes with MS
Office to import Tiffs and PDFs, OCR, and save as Word files. Thus far I've
been reasonably impressed by the quality. Do you know how it compares to
this DocMorph application?
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Behalf Of Scott Kupferman
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 2:22 PM
To: Access Technologists in Higher Education Network
Subject: Re: [Athen] DocMorph / MyMorph accuracy?
I've been working with one of my students to test DocMorph...it's been about
two months so far and we have been quite pleased. It's no ABBY and
obviously lacks tools like zone editing, etc. Yet, for a free tool, it's
hard to beat.
We haven't installed MyMorph on any machines yet...hope to get around to it
All in all, we have found it to be a useful free tool for students to
independently convert basic text.
Feel free to contact me off list to chat more.
California State University - Sonoma
kupferma at sonoma.edu
On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 1:56 PM, Dawn Hunziker <hunziker at email.arizona.edu>
Has anyone used DocMorph / MyMorph to convert documents into a text
format? How are they for accuracy and ease of use?
I'm thinking these might be tools to recommend for LD students who need
to convert image-based PDFs provided by instructors into a format that
can be used with AT.....
Thanks for the feedback!
Assistive Technology Coordinator
Disability Resource Center
Web Page: http://drc.arizona.edu <http://drc.arizona.edu/>
hunziker at email.arizona.edu
Disability Resouce Center
1224 E. Lowell St.
Tucson, AZ 85721
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