Brad Isaac
BradIsaac
Aug 7 2012
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I'd guess in my experience system restore works 75% of the time. It must be enabled (of course). Once it is enabled, it works as a last ditch effort to fix things that went bad in the past day or two. Go back a few weeks and it's less reliable.

Aug 29 2010
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@infmom: I think it really depends on what you are OCRing though. Reports that use multiple fonts tend to not convert as well for me. Also, PDFs are a problem too. YMMV

Aug 29 2010
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I picked up a copy of Omnipage 17 Standard on sale one day. So far the recognition has been less than stellar. If you are just doing a page or two, it's not bad. But doing a whole report with charts and tables, it might be easier to just retype the document. Read more

Jun 30 2010
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I gotta admit, simple, but brilliant. Wish I thought of it. :)

Jun 14 2010
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Just a quick note about Windows 7. You may need to right click L.M.A. and choose "Run as Administrator" if you have your UAC set to protect system services.

May 22 2010
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@Eric Schauberger: I believe wasps and yellowjackets are ground dwellers so having the nesting above ground would likely prevent it. (I only know this because I was attacked alot last summer.) Read more

Mar 11 2010
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I wonder if a leather stropping wheel (that one would use for knife sharpening would do as good a job?)

Feb 25 2010
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@tc4001: I used to be an Opera fanatic in the early 90s. They lost a lot of steam when Firefox started making strides in the browser market. Read more

Oct 9 2008
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@tim d: You might also like the text-to-speech feature too. Hit Ctrl-V I think (I'm in FF now)

Oct 9 2008
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@gpzbc: I'm with you. I used to be an Opera fanatic. But the past few years, it has had problems keeping up with the extensions and web compatibility standards of FF.

Sep 12 2008
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Any word about if it fixes Exchange subfolders sync problems?