Boy would an electronic dictionary be useful

Is anyone working on a searchable dictionary of shorthand forms. I had just tried to OCR (convert to searchable text) the 5000 word pdf on Gregg Angelfishy but the software was giving me problems.
I wonder, does anyone know how one would go about scanning a large amount of outlines into a database file or document without a ridiculous amount of busy work? What would be the most appropriate type of document type that would best store this information? What kind of database file could store this kind of information?
An electronic dictionary of outlines would provide a lasting benefit to the future of Gregg Shorthand. Even 5000 forms would be a big help.
Is anyone working on a searchable database of outlines? Angelfishy seems to have had success putting in searchable indexes of the brief forms, but I don't know how much he is willing to up that number to 5000 or 17000.

(by michael_lisitsa for everyone)