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James Wall

I fear that I can fairly confidently say there's no such thing. I tried to find exactly the same thing when I was working at Megalomaniacs Pty Ltd with no luck - until it was helpfully pointed out that we already had a business card scanner and just had to download the software. I'm afraid you're just going to have to fork out the dollars for it.

Jim Symcox

Hi

I thought about using my normal scanner but luckily i decided to get a card scanner (from eBay) - works like a dream and is fast because you just feed cards in like an old fashioned mangle used to feed in sheets.

PS I you must be from the same era as me (if you're the rimmer poster too)

PPS My wife has been in George Best's old house in Manchester (Whitefield I think). It had a window you could see through from the bedroom into the bathroom!

Jin

Hi,

Did you succeed in finding the freeware OCR for business cards?

Regards,

Tony Leonardo

Anybody have any luck?

Allen

Tony - not sure if you are still looking but check out my application - CloudContacts - http://www.cloudcontacts.com

Leo

http://www.abbyyusa.com/shop/businesscardreader/

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It's the software that makes it recognise business cards and put it in a state that they can be exported to Outlook Contacts.

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Free OCR is an online application that allows free and easy way to convert an image (with text) in text document.

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Many people are working in this field … well, most of them will fail.

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