Imaging Server Documents
You can view documents residing on a Global 360 Imaging Server
(1.x) or in an Execute360 environment. To do so, you must
configure server access during installation. Dialog boxes help you
navigate between servers and databases and provide various search
options to find documents.
Convert Image Files
Using Imaging for Windows, you can save a displayed image in
one of the following formats:
In some cases, converting from one file format to another causes
the original image to permanently lose certain attributes. For
example, the JFIF file type uses JPEG compression and some
image detail may be lost.
Change Image Display
You can change the image display by zooming to increase or
decrease the size of the image, sizing the image for best fit, or
sizing it to fit the height or width of a window. You can also rotate
an image left, right, or 180 degrees. Rotating an image is useful if
you scanned landscape images using a scanner’s sheet feeder or if
you fed a stack of documents into the scanner’s document feeder
backwards (180 degrees from the desired orientation).
Thumbnail images can be made larger to display more detail or
smaller to fit more of them in the window. You can also drag and
drop thumbnails to change the order of pages in the image