(o.t. raster to vector conversion software)

Dan,



Check this out http://www.rastervect.com/. Our engineers use it on a
limited basis and seem to like and the price was right at the time $80.



In Christ

Randy Vander Galien

IS Manager

Heartland EPS



-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Shallbetter [mailto:dans@...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 4:52 PM
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Subject: [Vantage] (O.T. RASTER TO VECTOR CONVERSION SOFTWARE)



I have a PDF file the engineers would like to insert into AutoCAD. I
have
been evaluating Scan2Cad, and having some problems with the OCR
processing
correctly. Any suggestion (software wise) would be appreciated.

Thanks

Dan Shallbetter
States Electric.


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[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
I have a PDF file the engineers would like to insert into AutoCAD. I have
been evaluating Scan2Cad, and having some problems with the OCR processing
correctly. Any suggestion (software wise) would be appreciated.

Thanks

Dan Shallbetter
States Electric.