Even after reading and rereading the instructions, I found myself struggling to understand Nuance's intended workflow--or workflows, really. If you decide to follow one of Nuance's workflows, you must select one from a drop-down list of 13 different options, and some are very similar. But wouldn't it be easier just to supply a source button and an output-format button? Many operations in the application happen in discrete windows. For instance, to specify areas of a document that contain graphics, text, or tables, you use a Page Image window, with its own commands; to edit the text of a processed document, you must work in the Text Editor window.
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