Use OCR software Abbyy Finereader make PDF files to good enough for Kindle


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In Kindle Tools article , I already introducted Calibre E-book Management and Sigil EPUB ebook Editor and other . This page i will tell you how to use OCR software Abbyy Finereader make pdf files to good enough for kindle .

First , save pdf files as a .doc file, or the traditional Word format.

Convert the .doc – or word – file to .mobi or .az3w and send it/put it to your Kindle. Any free online converter can do that.

This is necessary for any scanned files, and, in my opinion, I think it’s worth doing it even with the digitalized PDF files.

Of course you could directly convert from .PDF to .mobi, but as many people know, it’s a total disaster once you put it on Kindle; disorganized text, misplaced parts etc..

For some reason, .doc to .mobi/az3w is smooth.

Just one more thing: for scanned .PDF files, of course the accuracy of the text will depend on the quality of the file. If it’s so damaged that the OCR can’t read it, there’s nothing you can do.

Abbyy Finereader 14 official Download: https://www.abbyy.com/en-us/finereader/

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