ocr for pdf

Frank Sorenson frank at tuxrocks.com
Tue Nov 6 20:44:37 MST 2007


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Jonathan Duncan wrote:
> Depending on the PDF and the tool you use to read it you can sometimes
> just copy and paste all of the text.  Perhaps that is the method Kyle
> employed.

If it's already a PDF of text, wouldn't it be easiest to just do:
	pdftotext antiutopia2007.pdf
and use the resulting antiutopia2007.txt file (attached)?

Frank
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Frank Sorenson - KD7TZK
Linux Systems Engineer, DSS Engineering, UBS AG
frank at tuxrocks.com
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