I am led to believe that there is a Adobe Professional plug-in that with the right scrip will auto open scanned documents and OCR them saving the file in the same folder.
Does anybody know what this product is and can it be used on different folders in a network structure or do you need multiple instances for different networks?
To whom it concerns
This process of trying to contact Adobe to get information is the worst experience i have ever had on a vendor site. I would have expected the process to be simple and elegant.
Very disappointing for such a global company!
There might be such a plug-in, but it isn't part of Acrobat. Adobe know little about the range of third party plug-ins available, the people who make them have no way to inform Adobe. It certainly isn't part of tech support's training.
(Not really an SDK question, as the original poster wants to buy, not make, a plug-in. But there is no suitable forum).
This feature is available in Acrobat. If you don't have Acrobat, please install the trial version of latest Acrobat DC https://acrobat.adobe.com/in/en/free-trial-download.html.
- Now launch Acrobat
- Go to Tools> Enhance scan
- Click on the link "Or recognize text in multiple files"
- Select 'Add folders' from the drop-down at top left corner
- Select folders from where ever you want and ok
- Select options for output
It can replace your existing document or create a new one depending upon your selection.
Hope it will resolve your query. Please feel free to ask anything you want.
Many thanx will try together with a script and see what happens.