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Warner, Tim
July 1992
Macworld;Jul1992, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p95
Discusses what to expect from OCR (optical character recognition) and the problems Apple's OneScanner encounters when running on a Mac IIci. Boldfaced words that mysteriously appear in the middle of plain text; Bold italic recognized as plain text; Text in which some of the lines ended with hard carriage returns and others didn't; More.


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