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Please create a short description of a software program. It's a library (SDK) for C#/C++/VB/Delphi programmers who need to get textual data from other applications which display text on screen but do not provide any communication to get that text. The description should be about 3000 characters long, be in the third-person, be ready to be placed on the product's home page and include specific keywords (I'll provide the list later) where possible. It should be oriented to provide information AND promise ease of doing their job (which is probably to connect an old-fashioned program to the modern world, or possibly fetch information from a resticted place, or possibly do routine Quality Assurance testing ). I'm not a native English speaker so you're not allowed to use my figures of speech or any sentences from the existing documentation, please create a fresh new description from scratch. Also, you will create an excerpt from the description (3-5 sentences) so that it can be placed as a headline, describing the most attractive parts to stimulate clicking the link to read the whole description. You must be a native "American" English speaker. If you're a programmer yourself, you don have to be a journalist, just write good. If you're a writer or a journalist, you must have some programmer background (but you don't have to be a ninja programmer). This is the first task of the long series. Ongoing tasks include: 1. Step-by-step "Quick Start" guide with screenshots 2. Presentation - a video showing a computer screen with your background narration 3. Comprehensive documentation (about 20 pages), describing all the aspects of the library 4. Answering sales calls during business hours (and re-routing complex technical questions to a technical person via e-mail) 5. Writing articles, blog posts on this field (text capturing / data mining / ...) 1-3 are one-time jobs, while 4 and 5 are for a long partnership (years) IMPORTANT: before bidding, please provide a very short description of the program (probably first couple of sentences in this whole work)