Office Lens App For Mac ((FULL))
Office lens OCR uses the rear-facing camera on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to capture the image of any document. It then employs a complex scaling algorithm to straighten captured content and then allows sharing, exporting, or editing the content. Note that by default, it'll save an image of the document but if you got Word installed on your iDevice too, you can even have the Office OCR export the image as a functioning Word document so you can edit the contents of that document right from your iOS device.
Office Lens App For Mac
Step 1: From the Microsoft lens OCR, navigate over the selector dial above the shutter button and select "Document". Then point the camera on your iDevice towards the document with as clear of a shot of the text as possible, and watch carefully as Office lens OCR frames the document.
Finally, you can trigger Office Lens from the OneDrive app but only for iOS. Open the OneDrive app on your iPhone or iPad. Position your document and tap the camera lens icon in the middle of the bottom toolbar. You can add multiple scans to a single document. Tap the Plus sign to snap another scan. Swipe the image to move from one scanned document to another. Tap the trash can icon to delete the file. Tap the Crop icon to crop it. Tap the Rotate icon to change the rotation. Tap the last icon to change the format of the file. When done, tap the checkmark icon. Name the file and save it to OneDrive (Figure G).
Users who purchased SIGMA USB DOCK UD-01 / UD-11 / SIGMA FLASH USB DOCK FD-11 / SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11, and who use SIGMA interchangeable lenses from the three product lines (Art, Contemporary, Sports) / CINE LENS / ELECTRONIC FLASH EF-630 / SIGMA TELE CONVERTER TC-1411 / TC-2011 / SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-21.
*3 To use this function with compatible lenses other than the SIGMA 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS Contemporary and the SIGMA 85mm F1.4 DG DN Art, it is necessary to update the firmware corresponding to the focus ring adjustment function.