Microsoft Office Document Imaging

  Graham. 16:15 26 Feb 2010
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This doesn't appear to come with Office Home and Student 2007. Can I download it from Microsoft as an Add-on?

  Graham. 16:28 26 Feb 2010

Thanks, it tells me it's installed but I can't find it.

  Graham. 16:52 26 Feb 2010

Taking 5 ...

  Graham. 17:46 26 Feb 2010

I can see it, it's actually MODI\12. Nothing has been added to Microsoft Office Tools, though.

  Graham. 17:59 21 May 2010

Thanks, I've done that. Trouble is, I can't remember what prompted me to ask the question, maybe I was trying to open a .mdi file.

How can I test for it now?

  Graham. 19:34 21 May 2010

I haven't got one now :-)

  tonyq 19:46 21 May 2010

Graham, is this of any use,
click here

  Graham. 20:01 21 May 2010

OK, back soon.

  BRYNIT 22:05 21 May 2010

Just had a read through this thread and realised I could not remember the short cut keys to allow a scanned image to be inserted into a word doc.

As Woolwell has stated you can install the Office Document imaging which includes an OCR hadn't realised this until I did a little searching on the web.

If you want to scan picture directly into the word doc you can create a small macro by following the instructions from the fourth post from click here

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