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    Word imaging (Win XP)

    When I had windows 98 there was a program called Kodak Imaging. Windows XP does not have it. I frequently have to fill out forms for my organization. I used to scan the form and put it in Kodak imaging. From there I could enter the necessary information and it would enter on to the form nice and neat looking.
    Is there a way to use the Windows word to do the same thing or a program that takes the place of imaging? I have done it using the text boxes but that seems to be a very clumsy way to fill a for out.

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    Re: Word imaging (Win XP)

    Word will not natively substitute for an imaging program (it's a word processor). If you cannot find any software that is explicityly for your scanner, you would probably be best off looking at something like OmniPage. But since this is not really a Windows XP issue, you might have better luck explaining your scanning needs in Software Finds and Wants.
    -Mark

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    Re: Word imaging (Win XP)

    You could try Photoshop Album 2.0 Starter Edition. It may do what you want and it is free.

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