Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Glossary Term
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Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
The system that permits an optical scanner to translate printed text into a form that can be read by the computer. The file can then be edited using a word processor. There are two specially designed typefaces used for OCR applications; OCR-A and OCR-B.

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