New TechZone Video - Convert a JPEG image to a Word Document using Google Drive by Amie Bowser Tennant
October 22, 2021
Every Friday we're pleased to offer Legacy Family Tree Webinar subscribers a new short ten minute or less TechZone video just for them! This Friday enjoy "Convert a JPEG image to a Word Document using Google Drive" by Amie Bowser Tennant.
Convert a JPEG image to a Word Document using Google Drive
Have you ever received an image or a scan with text on it and wished that you could capture or edit the text without retyping it? Amie Bowser Tennant shows you how to do this with the help of Google Drive.
About the Presenter
Amie Bowser Tennant is The Genealogy Reporter bringing you genealogy news, education, and inspiration. She is a professional genealogist, nationally known speaker, and internationally known blogger. Amie provides blog and written content for many top companies and societies in the genealogy field. Some of her publications can be found in the NGS Magazine, the Ohio Genealogical Society News and the OGS Quarterly, Legacy News, and the FamilySearch blog, just to name a few! You can also see her webinars via Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
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