Have some scanned images in PDF format, like invoices, receipts, or even contracts, and now need to convert these PDF images to text? Compared with retyping the text in computer, converting PDF image directly to text is faster and more convenient. The following is about how to use a PDF Image to Text Converter to convert PDF image to text.
Well, to convert PDF image to text, as I’ve mentioned above, a PDF Image to Text Converter is needed. To save your time in searching for such kind of tool on the Internet, I suggest you try PDF Image to Text Converter, a professional PDF tool to convert any PDF image to text with its OCR Plug-in. Read on to learn how to convert PDF image to text.
Step 1. Download PDF Image to Text Converter and upgrade it to enable the OCR feature
Click the download button to download the PDF tool. After the download, click the .exe file to install it on your computer. To make scanned PDF editable, you need to click the OCR button to upgrade the tool to enable the OCR feature.
If you’re a Mac user and need to convert PDF image to text in Mac OS X Mountain Lion, download the Mac app, Wondershare PDF Editor Pro for Mac. After download, install it on your Mac and learn how to perform OCR to scanned PDF.
Step 2. Perform OCR to the PDF image
After you upgrade the PDF Image to Text Converter to the OCR featured version, click the OPEN button to open the PDF image you’re going to convert to text. On the pop-up, select the right language for the PDF image and click the Perform OCR button.
Step 3. Convert PDF image to text
Go to the Convert menu, select To TXT as the output format from the To Other drop-down list. When you do this, a dialogue box will appear, asking you to set an output folder to put the output TXT file. Set it and click the Save button to convert PDF image to text.
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