Adding Pages to Documents
As soon as a document has been created, additional pages can be
attached as you require. Subsequent pages can be the same file type
as the first page or any other file type. Pages can be inserted before or
after the displayed page, or appended to the end of the active
ApplicationXtender has safeguards in place to prevent
mismanagement of document pages. Additional pages cannot be
added to the wrong document, because the desired document must
be displayed to add pages. The document’s title bar always shows the
active page and total number of pages. Different versions of a single
page can also be created, allowing users to structure closer
associations between one object and another.
Before attaching a new page to a document, make sure that the
desired document is displayed and, if necessary, checked out by you.
For more information on checking out and displaying a document,
refer to Chapter5, ”Retrieving Documents,”. All commands for page
management are located in the Page menu on the main screen.
ApplicationXtender allows for various methods of input, such as
scanning, using the Windows Clipboard, inserting an object, or
importing a file, so there is no restriction on a document’s structure
or content. The input methods are discussed here in detail.
Adding a Page by
Additional pages can be added from any scanner supported or
certified for use with ApplicationXtender. For detailed scanning
procedures, refer to “Scanning Pages” on page227. For a list of
supported and certified scanners, refer to “Selecting a Scanner” on
Adding a Page from
ApplicationXtender allows for the sharing of data between programs
using the Windows Clipboard. The contents of the Clipboard can be
pasted into AppXtender as a new page. Because the Clipboard holds
any type of data, the new page can be an image, data from another
application (such as Microsoft Word or PowerPoint), or even a page
from a different AppXtender application.