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If you have a printed copy of a document and would like to be able to edit it, you can do it using Word. First, scan the copy, and then use Microsoft OneNote to turn it into an editable document and send it to Microsoft Word.
You can scan a document and convert the text into data that you can edit with a word processing program. This process is called OCR (Optical Character Recognition). To scan and use OCR, you need to use an OCR program, such as the ABBYY FineReader program. Place your original document on the scanner.
Open your scanned file. Open the Text Recognition panel and click In this File. Click Edit in the Recognize Text dialog box to make changes. Select ClearScan in the conversion settings and click OK. Open the Content Editing panel in the Tools pane and select Edit Text & Images.
Open OneNote and then create a new document. Insert the scanned picture from your local drive by clicking "Insert" > "Picture". Once the picture has been added right click and select "Copy Text From Picture". Open a new Word Document to proceed forward with the process.
Scanning a Document into a Word File. Open Office Lens. Tap the Office Lens app icon, which resembles a red and white app with a camera iris and the letter "L" in the center of the icon. If you don't have Office Lens installed, you can download it from the Google Play Store for Android or from the App Store on iPhone.
To undo or redo the most recent change, choose Edit > Undo. (You can sequentially undo a series of recent changes.) To undo a change, and all successive changes that occurred since you last opened a project, delete it from the History panel.
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