When you install ABBYY FineReader 10, you may choose to integrate the program with Microsoft Office applications and Windows Explorer. Integration means that:
You can check and edit recognition results using standard Microsoft Office tools, run Quick Tasks, and open images and PDF files in ABBYY FineReader directly in Windows Explorer.
Note. Integration with Windows Explorer is not supported on 64-bit platforms.
To perform OCR on a document in a Microsoft Office application:
ABBYY FineReader will be launched, and the recognized text will be opened in the current Microsoft Office application when the OCR process is completed.
To open an image or PDF file from Windows Explorer:
Note. This command will appear only if the program supports the selected file's format.
ABBYY FineReader 10 will launch and the selected image will be added to a new ABBYY FineReader document. If ABBYY FineReader 10 is already running, the image will be added to the current ABBYY FineReader document.
If the ABBYY FineReader button doesn't appear on the Microsoft Office application toolbar...
If the ABBYY FineReader 10 panel doesn't appear on the Microsoft Office application toolbar:
If the ABBYY FineReader 10 option is not available on the shortcut menu, it means that ABBYY FineReader 10 integration with Microsoft Office applications was disabled during custom installation.
To enable integration:
Note. In Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7, this command is called Programs and Features.