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ABBYY Recognition Server 3.5 Specifications – Recognition (OCR) Languages

Below is the list of the recognition languages that are supported in ABBYY Recognition Server 3.5. Availability of a recognition language depends on whether you have the corresponding modules installed (see footnote). ABBYY Recognition Server provides its own system dictionaries for the languages that have built-in dictionary support.

Recognition languages are specified on the Process tab of the OCR Workflow Properties dialog box.

Below you can find the following groups of the recognition languages:

  • Languages with full dictionary support
  • Languages without dictionary support
  • Artificial languages
  • Formal languages

OCR Languages with full dictionary support

Arabic

Armenian (Eastern)

Armenian (Grabar)

Armenian (Western)

Azerbaijani (Latin)

Bashkir

Bulgarian

Catalan

Croatian

Czech

Danish

Dutch (Belgium)

Dutch (Netherlands)

English

Estonian

Finnish

French

German

German (new spelling)

Greek

Hebrew^

Hungarian

Indonesian

Italian

Latvian

Lithuanian

Norwegian. Group of Norwegian (Nynorsk) and Norwegian (Bokmal) languages.

Norwegian (Bokmal)

Norwegian (Nynorsk)

Old English^

Old French^

Old German^

Old Italian^

Old Spanish^

Polish

Portuguese (Brazil)

Portuguese (Portugal)

Romanian

Russian

Slovak

Slovenian

Spanish

Swedish

Tatar

Thai^

Turkish

Ukrainian

Vietnamese^

OCR Languages without dictionary support

Abkhaz

Adyghe

Afrikaans

Agul

Albanian

Altaic

Avar

Aymara

Azerbaijani (Cyrillic)

Basque

Belarusian

Bemba

Blackfoot

Breton

Bugotu

Buryat

Cebuano

Chamorro

Chechen

Chinese Simplified*^

Chinese Traditional*^

Chukchee

Chuvash

Corsican

Crimean Tatar

Crow

Dakota

Dargwa

Dungan

Eskimo (Cyrillic)

Eskimo (Latin)

Even

Evenki

Faroese

Fijian

Frisian

Friulian

Gagauz

Galician

Ganda

German (Luxembourg)

Guarani

Hani

Hausa

Hawaiian

Icelandic

Ingush

Irish

Japanese*^

Jingpo

Kabardian

Kalmyk

Karachay-Balkar

Karakalpak

Kasub

Kawa

Kazakh

Khakass

Khanty

Kikuyu

Kirghiz

Kongo

Korean*^

Korean (Hangul)*^

Koryak

Kpelle

Kumyk

Kurdish

Lak

Latin

Latvian Gothic

Lezgi

Luba

Macedonian

Malagasy

Malay (Malaysian)

Malinke

Maltese

Mansi

Maori

Mari

Maya

Miao

Minangkabau

Mohawk

Moldavian (Latin)

Mongol

Mordvin

Nahuatl

Nenets

Nivkh

Nogay

Nyanja

Occitan

Ojibway

Ossetian

Papiamento

Quechua

Rhaeto-Romanic

Romany

Rundi

Russian (Old Spelling)

Rwanda

Sami (Lappish)

Samoan

Scottish Gaelic

Selkup

Serbian (Cyrillic)

Serbian (Latin)

Shona

Somali

Sorbian

Sotho

Sunda

Swahili

Swazi

Tabasaran

Tagalog

Tahitian

Tajik

Tok Pisin

Tongan

Tswana

Tun

Turkmen

Tuvinian

Udmurt

Uighur (Cyrillic)

Uighur (Latin)

Uzbek (Cyrillic)

Uzbek (Latin)

Welsh

Wolof

Xhosa

Yakut

Yiddish^

Zapotec

Zulu

OCR for Artificial languages

Esperanto

Ido

Interlingua

Occidental

OCR for Formal languages

Basic

C/C++

COBOL

Fortran

Java

MICR (E-13B). Recognition language for MICR (E-13B) text type.

Numbers

Pascal

Simple chemical formulas

^ — Additional optional licensing modules are needed to be purchased on top of Base package to use these languages.

* — When exporting texts in hieroglyphic languages to PDF, ABBYY Recognition Server uses the following fonts:

PMingLiU and MingLiU for Chinese Traditional,
SimSun for Chinese Simplified,
MS Mincho and MS PMincho for Japanese,
Batang and BatangChe for Korean.

To be able to export texts in East Asian languages to PDF, you must have these fonts installed in Windows OS on all computers which are used as Processing Stations. In Asian versions of Windows these fonts are installed by default. In other versions of Windows you can install them by enabling the Install files for East Asian languages option in the Languages tab (Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Languages).

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