Optical Character Recognition, more commonly referred to as OCR, is an electronic translation of images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into searchable, or editable, text. While perfect translation would require human intervention, high-quality images can produce up to 95%-99% accuracy. Documents produced by a laser printer with standard fonts on white paper would likely produce high-quality images when scanned.
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