Thanks for the help!Is there anyway I can translate from Spanish to English if I scan a paper in?
The only way to get it translated would be to send it to someone (like me) and I will translate it for you. Other wise scanning it creates the story into an 'image' instead of a document of words.
pretend what you are scanning is a picture of a puppy instead of a story. You can't translate a picture of a puppy into spanish....
sorry stupid analogies. but I would be happy to help.Is there anyway I can translate from Spanish to English if I scan a paper in?
Actually, some scanners have a text-recognition option which allows the scanner to regonize texts on a piece of paper. It usually doesn't work well with hand-written words, but if it was already typed and you are just scanning it again, this option might work for you.
Instead of scanning it as a image file, it scans it and then converts the page it whatever text that it recognizes. The only problem with this is that if the page has smudges on it or the scanner doesn't recognize the letters well, it might give you letters that aren't what are really on the paper.
But yeah, check to see if your scanner is capable of text recognition because then you can have it converted to a text document instead of an image.Is there anyway I can translate from Spanish to English if I scan a paper in?
No. Because when you scan a paper it becomes an "image" (a whole information) and translations software can only translate "words" (pieces of information).
An image file can be modified or altered (change color or appearance) but can not be "translated".
But.... since this is languages and i am not a computer expert, why don麓t you post this question on "Yahoo answers %26gt;Home %26gt; Computers %26amp; Internet %26gt; Software"