How to Scan to Word?

Have you seen something in a magazine/book and you'd like to change a few words in it here and there? Now you don't have to type out the whole page. There is a way to turn those magazine/book pages into Microsoft Word documents without typing! Instead, you can use your scanner to scan them through our SuperGeek Free Document OCR, which helps convert scanned images to Word to save on your computer. Now, download and install SuperGeek Free Document OCR to convert scan to Word.

Easy Steps are Here:

1. Launch SuperGeek Free Document OCR and click "Scan..." to choose a scanner connected to your computer and activate the scanner program of your system.

Choose a Scanner

You may click "Preview" to see the file to be scanned. Then click "Scan" to perform scanning.

Perform Scanning

Several seconds later, the image is scanned to the image window. Click "Fit Image", "Fit Width", "Enlarge" and "Reduce" to adjust the image to the right size. If needed, click "Rotate ACW" or "Rotate CW" to correct it to the up-right position. Drag your mouse to select the part of the image.

Select the Part of the Image

2. Click "OCR" to extract the text from the selection. The extracted text will display in the text window in several seconds. Click the text window and you can find some documents tools on the top. "Clear Text Window" is to delete all of the text and there is "Remove Line Breaks" button for easier editing. You can also click "Copy all Texts to Clipboard" to copy text in order to place it into the application of your choice.

Extract the Text

3. Click "Export Text into Microsoft Word" to output the extracted text in Word, then you can save it as Word document. (To save the extracted text as *.txt, click "Save Text".)

Output the Text