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OCR for Lawyers software uses optical character recognition technology to let users convert paper documents into electronic files within seconds. The program also converts both color and black-and-white image files to text-based documents.

OCR users convert a paper document or an image file to a text-based format and export the file to Microsoft Word or Excel, or save it as an HTML file. Documents are then ready for editing.

The new DocuLex product features a 20,000-word legal dictionary for verification of legal terms that appear in the converted text documents.

The program recognizes more than 2,600 fonts (typefaces), 10 languages, and multiple table configurations. The layout and style of the original document are preserved in the converted version.

The software costs $399. For more information, call (863) 297-3691, ext. 250, visit www.doculex.com, or send an e-mail to sales@doculex.com.
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