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contain font information
Image on text – will contain an image
with embedded text. This option
produces a more accurate representation
of the scanned document.
Select the Retain full formatting with
graphics check box in the Word output
settings section if you want images,
scanned to Microsoft Word, to contain
images and text with formatting. If you
deselect this checkbox, the Microsoft
Word document will contain only text.
Select either of the following radio
buttons from the HTML output settings
section, depending on how you want your
scanned images to look if they are
scanned to an Internet Explorer file:
Retain Graphics in final output – will
contain images and text with formatting
Use simple HTML, without graphics –
will contain only text. If you select this
option, specify if you want to use your
own font size, style and color and
background color by selecting the Use
custom font and color settings check
box. Click HTML Options to select the
font and colors.
Configuring scanner settings
You can specify how you want to scan
documents using scanner settings.
Before you can do this, you must be
using TWAIN mode. Your scanner must
also be connected to the system, as it is
necessary to communicate with the
scanner to accurately configure settings.
To configure scanner settings:
Click the Scanner tab (Figure 10-1). The
options you can see depend upon the
type of scanner you are using.
Select the scanner you want to use from
the Scanner drop down list.