I'm going to test out the "Old,rare library book" method I read about a last year on here somewhere, can't find the thread. And was wondering should I get one of those handheld scanners to scan a book with and then use OCR software to convert it to text. Or should I use DNS(Dragon Naturally Speaking) to read the book,and then go back and correct mistakes. The book is a 973 book from 1898, so some of the words I do not even know how to pronounce as they have been out of use for decades. Which is the drawback to using DNS for this project,and the drawback to using the handheld scanner is that I need to spend about $100 to get it.