InftyReader V3 Tutorials
Updated on January 2, 2020
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First, please review the following articles
Also, at a later time, you
might find it enlightening to review some of the 272 articles in our
InftyReader Research Paper Library.
Next, Please download and install the following applications to your Windows PC prior to beginning the tutorials:
Use this link to download and install our fully-functional InftyReader V3x Trial. Note: Our InftyReader trial is fully-functional except that it limits you to processing one (1) page at a time; and, a total of five (5) pages per day.
Use this link to download and Install our fully-functional ChattyInfty V3x Trial. Note: Our ChattyInfty trial is fully-functional except that it is limited to thirty (30) days use in total.
Use this link to download sample, one-page, (subject-specific) PDF Files. You are going to use one or more of these files in the process of learning to use InftyReader. Please remember where you save these files. You will need to know the location when you open them using the InftyReader Trial.
Use this link to download and Install IrfanView. After installing IrfanView, go to the IrfanView directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\IrfanView folder and copy the following three (3) files into your C:\Program Files (x86)\sAccessNet\InftyReader\bin folder.
Definitions of the file types used in step 6 (below):
- ChattyInfty/InftyEditor file (*.iml):
This file type is created when processing an image/PDF file using InftyReader and selecting the output file format “IML.”
- PDF File (*.pdf):
PDF stands for "portable document format". It was introduced to ease the sharing of documents between computers and across operating system platforms when you need to save files that cannot be modified but still need to be easily shared and printed.
- LaTeX file (*.tex):
This file type is created when processing an image/PDF file using InftyReader and selecting the output file format “LaTeX.”
- MathML file (*.xhtml):
This file type is created when processing an image/PDF file using InftyReader and selecting the output file format “XHTML (MathML).”
- Microsoft Word XML file (*.xml):
The Microsoft Office XML formats are XML-based document formats (or XML schemas) introduced in versions of Microsoft Office prior to Office 2007. Microsoft Office XP introduced a new XML format for storing Excel spreadsheets and Office 2003 added an XML-based format for Word documents.
Tutorials: Open InftyReader V3x. Then, select one of the following activities:
Convert a PDF file into an IML file
Convert a PDF file into a LaTeX file
Convert a PDF file into a MathML file
Convert a PDF file into a Microsoft Word XML file
Copy and Paste as Math/Text from a PDF file into an MS Word document
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