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Old 05-30-2020, 06:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like to develop a system where person can convert handwritten table into excel table. Can handwritten recognition is possible 100%? how much human innervation is required for the same.

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Old 05-30-2020, 06:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I do not think that is possible but there may be a way
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I need that way
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LOL how big is this hand written spreadsheet that it is that difficult to manually enter into excel?
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just wish someone else was online to help you that knew more about this.
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I can understand your point. It is regular excise. I do have almost 100 paper sheet every month.
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why don't you just put it into excel in the first place?
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It is not my specialty but maybe you could use OCR software to convert it to text and then import it into Excel?
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Dear All,

I would like to develop a system where person can convert handwritten table into excel table. Can handwritten recognition is possible 100%? how much human innervation is required for the same.

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You might be able to use OCR software but it will not convert with 100% accuracy. Probably more like 90% or so. Results would need to be verified.
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I would like to develop a system where person can convert handwritten table into excel table. Can handwritten recognition is possible 100%? how much human innervation is required for the same.

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Not sure about tables scans into tables, never researched.. but what you want to look into is optical character recognition (OCR) scanning. this is common feature on all scanners now even platforms like Sharepoint.

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