z Retain font and font size – table structure, paragraph arrangement, font,
and font size are all retained.
z Remove all formatting– only table structure and paragraph arrangement
Note: Some additional options may become available depending on the export format cho
sen. For example, in case of the RTF/DOC formats, you can set the default page size and high
light uncertain characters; in the case of HTMLformat, you can set the picture resolution and
code page. You can set these options in the Formats Settings dialog (Tools>Formats
Settingsmenu). The dialog has a separate tab for each format, just click on the format tab of
your choice and set the options.
If you choose this option, pictures will be saved together with recognized text. The option is
only available in the case of RTF, DOC, and HTMLformats.
Image resolution (RTF/DOC, PDF, and HTML formats)
Sometimes you may wish to reduce image resolution. For example, HTML files are normally
viewed using browsers, and highresolution files, due to their size, are usually unwelcome on
the Internet. To reduce image resolution (and, consequently, HTML file size) without lower
ing image quality, enter a lower resolution value in the Reduce picture resolution to
field on the Formats>RTF/DOC (PDF, HTML) tab.
Note: If you enter a higher resolution value than the one originally entered in the Reduce
picture resolution tofield, this value will be ignored; the pictures will be saved using the
JPEG quality (saving in PDF and HTML)
When you save the text in PDF and HTML formats, the pictures are saved in JPEG format.
This format uses a socalled “quality loss” algorithm to compress the image, i.e. the com
pressing technology is based on averaging groups of pixels, so that a whole region is saved
as a single number rather than a large amount of different numbers for each pixel. The qual
ity of the image will be determined by the value specified in the JPEG quality field
(Tools>Formats, PDF and HTMLtabs). A value in the range 1 – 100 may be specified (the
default value is 50 – the average value).
The higher the value you specify in this field, the higher the quality of the saved image. The
size of the image is also affected by this value: the higher the value, the larger the *.jpg file
that is created. To obtain the most favorable size/quality combination, save the image using
Chapter 8. Saving into External Applications and Formats