My apologies...I was distracted when I typed "Reader" instead of "Recognition". The US Softball team was down 3 runs to Japan and I was seriously rooting for a comeback. Alas, it was not to be.
However, I stand by my OCR suggestion.
Here are the actions that I just performed to convert an image into editable text:
1 - I used ScreenHunter to capture the portion of my screen that showed your response.
2 - I pasted the capture it into a Word document as an image.
3 - I printed the document on an HP2175 All-In-One Printer/Scanner/Copier.
4 - I used the HP Director Software and the 2175 to scan the document into a .rtf file using the "Scan Document...Editable Text" option.
5 - Once the file was saved, I opened it with Word.
6 - I copied the text from the newly created Word document and pasted it below.
You'll note that there is some illegible strings and that is because I included some graphics in the screen capture, such as your avatar. Since the software was looking for editable text, it tried to convert the graphics also. However, any portion of the image that was recognizable as text was converted to text that can be edited.
See here for HP's description of the process:
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.:!t;: phi!22 July 14, 2013 at 04:26:00
OCR software cannot read images, DerbyDadO3. OCR stands for optical Character Recognition (not Optical Character Reader), so by definition it can only recognise printed characters (letters and numbers).
The OP could scan the document not using OCR, but the saved scan would only be editable with image editing software.
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