I work in a school where a lot of standard physical (non electronic) documents need to be re-worked and re-printed in a larger font size so that a visually impared student can read them.
This is straightforward for pure text documents, as the teaching assistants can just re-type them into Word and print at a larger font size.
However there are a number of documents that contain illustrations, graphs and text in a non-linear format that would be impossible to reproduce in this way.
The time-consuming solution is to scan or photograph these documents, and then break them up into sections using standard image editing software or MS office software, and then increase the size of those sections to fill a whole page, and then print each highly zoomed section, so the student can read it.
Is there any software that can achieve this in a simple and easy to use manner? i.e. take an image of a document, and then allow the user to quickly break it up in to sections and then print those section blown-up so they fill the whole page?
Thanks for any ideas.