In difficult-to-recognize drawings, such as residential maps, text can be recognized by picking it up using selection tools such as lines, rectangles, and skewed rectangles.

You can specify one piece of text with a maximum of two mouse button actions (one for lines and rectangles, two for skewed rectangles). You can also adjust the size and angle of the frame with one button action. It is also possible to select text that is divided into multiple parts with one button action.
The process of text recognition in residential maps is shown below.


Select, specify angle, and recognize one head of household name with one drag action.
Easy operation for fine adjustment of angle and size.