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Create your own “snapshots” of images and texts from opened documents, file menus, Web pages, presentations, or PDF files with just several clicks.
ABBYY Screenshot Reader creates copies of images which you can easily cut and paste from your clipboard to Microsoft® Word, Excel®, PowerPoint® or graphic files. You can use Screenshot Reader to select and copy pieces of text from images, flash files, PDFs, and other image-based files, and convert them into true text which you can edit or insert into another document. Found something interesting on a Web site? It may be a picture of new product you want to buy or directions to a new restaurant. Or maybe you want to save a travel reservation confirmation because you’re not near a printer. You can easily capture it. Just mark certain part of the screen with ABBYY Screenshot Reader and send it as image by e-mail or by messenger or store it on your computer. Screenshot Reader is a useful tool for every day work of technical writers or system administrators. It helps creating illustrations for instructions about program usage, manuals and guides. Do you need to explain the problems with your PC? Simply capture program’s messages and dialogues or system information and send it to the technical support by e-mail together with the explanations of the problem. It’s a lot easier than remembering: “there is a problem with the .batix./320.dir file”! Do you need to illustrate the topics you describe? With ABBYY Screenshot Reader, you can prepare small – size images for your presentations and other documents. Open the image, create the screenshot, copy it to the clipboard and then insert into the document with CTRL+V keys or “paste” functions.
Abbyy are located in Moscow and provide research and product development as well as global coordination of sales, marketing and promotion. Founded in 1989 in Moscow and was named BIT Software before 1997.