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Dolphin SuperNova Power Tip: Extracting Text From An Image Copied To The Clipboard

Released: 6/23/2022

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If you are viewing an image that contains text that is difficult to read off the screen, then SuperNova may have the solution to the problem.

The editions of SuperNova that support speech include an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) function that can extract the text from any image you've copied to the Windows Clipboard and reveal the results in your chosen app.

To do this, simply copy the image to the Windows Clipboard in the usual way and then from the SuperNova Control Panel, select the "Media" menu, open the "Scan and Read" option and choose "From Clipboard".

You will be presented with a few settings, including what app you would like to view the extracted text in. Make your selection and choose "OK" to begin the conversion process.

The conversion process will take only a few seconds to complete.

You can learn more about the SuperNova OCR features through the SuperNova Manual.

You can access the SuperNova Manual through the "Help" menu of the SuperNova Control Panel.

This Tip Brought To You By: Dolphin Computer Access

Learn more about SuperNova on the Dolphin Website, register for free webinars or subscribe to the SuperNova Everyday Essentials YouTube Playlist.

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