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like openbook and kurzweil 1000, omnipage pro 11.0 allows for the production of plain text files, which can be exported to word or excel format for use in academic or clinical settings. both kurzweil 1000 and openbook would allow the user to convert files with these applications directly. the only blind-friendly feature of omnipage pro is the ability to produce multiple output formats from a single scanned image. omnipage pro provides numerous features that would also be valuable to instructors and students, including auto-indentation, a graphic drawing tool, an equator, and project management.
by the end of the conference, i was reasonably confident that jaws could be configured to work with omnipage pro to make it accessible. the basic training process involved the following steps: 1) download omnipage pro to the windows desktop and change the file type for omnipage files to allow jaws to read them, 2) activate jaws by clicking the mouse on the jaws icon on the task bar, 3) open the omnipage preferences dialog and check the “omnipage pro options” checkbox, 4) click the arrow button on the bottom left to open the “customization options” dialog, 5) make sure that the “read all files” and “recognize all files” options are checked, 6) scroll to the right to “options for omnipage pro 10”, 7) make sure that the “record in omnipage 10” option is selected, 8) select the desired output format, 9) click “close” at the bottom left to close the “customization options” dialog, 10) close the jaws icon by clicking it, and 11) to begin reading, click on an omnipage file by clicking the “eye” icon. note that the omnipage file format can be changed in the jaws options dialog. after i had completed the above steps, i could use the jaws toolbar to select text and navigate to other windows. it was not necessary to use omnipage accessibility features such as the “omnifade,” “omnipage,” “headings,” and “footers.” i could also move the cursor over any toolbar item, and right-click to select it.
one other useful capability that omnipage offers is called “table correlation.” as the name suggests, this reads the contents of a table, and in some instances, can correlate those contents to other tables in the document. as an example, when omnipage was reading my resume, it automatically merged my resume and cover letter sections.
the output i was able to read was in a standard format for file creation. thus, i was unable to write text directly into an omnipage document. however, omnipage can be configured to be a source for help information for a specific application. there were a few glitches, though. for example, on the public policy menu, i found i could not select the link to the public policy guide from the help menu. also, when i could not find the destination i expected, i clicked the next button. this led to new pages of the public policy guide and then the submenu in the left-hand bar with the same information. i was unable to change to a different menu by using the arrow keys. the print option was disabled, and there were no instructions for entering data. omnipage does enable print with the help menu and its public policy guide. however, i did not find a link or button to access this in my release.
i found that it was a big help to have a computer with a built-in scanner. although i had to purchase a scanner separately, scanning with omnipage was fast and hassle-free. i had to use a manual (not an automatic) scan, and the image quality was good. i was able to get sharp images from documents such as a 48-page text book, a 2-page letter, and a 4-page document. for a short text document, i experienced problems with scanning, which was a problem for jaws. however, the omnipage scanner is useful in its own right and could probably be used for scanning many types of documents. i found that omnipage also performed well with multiple documents, producing some excellent output images. one example is shown here (image from trial use).