Saving appended files in Scandall 21 version 4.3.17
I am trying to append documents with new images and then save the file with all images together in the original file. I am using Scandall 21 version 4.23.17 and a Fujitsu scanner fi-5110C. The Scandall21 does not have a "save" command, only a "save as". It has a "scan to view-append" command but when I go to save the changes after scanning in more images they are not there? Any suggestions?
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Scan the text pageyou want to convert into a Microsoft Word document. Save the scanned image as a *.gif, *.jpeg file, if possible save it as a *.tiff file. If the image file is not a TIFF file then OPEN that saved image file, go to File - Save As and name it as a TIFF file. Go to Start- Programs- Microsoft Office Tools - Microsoft Office Document Imaging Go to File - Open and open your scanned document that has been saved in *.tiff format. Go to Tools - Send Text to Word. You will get a prompt stating this process will taketime, Click OK. This will take several minutes depending on your computer's speed and the size of the text document.When it has completed Microsoft word will open and the word document can now be edited and spell checked. Spell check should be done on the document after conversion because not all the text may be converted correctly.
When you scan something, it should either automatically save to the documents file, or will prompt for you to "save as" and allow you to rename the document scanned and let you save it in the file of your choice.
If you have the software installed for this scanner, go into the options menu of this, and look for "setup" information, or seach the help option for further details for setting up a default location for saving scanned documents.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
Looks like you would be better off just converting to tif files. Quark apparently has a problem with these type of files. You can try saving as Multi Channel. Make sure you set the preferences to Full Resolution Preview.
It depends on whether you are using a keyboard wedge or a serial connection. Use 123Scan or MCL to make a change to the ADF file that tells the scanner what to do. Then you will have to upload the file to the scanner.
Appending an "Enter" to a scanned bar code (Keyboard Wedge connection)
Scanned bar code data 04843100Criteria 1 Code type = Any Criteria 2 Code Length = Any Length Action 1 Send all that remains Action 2 Send Value Keycode = 7013 <Enter> (String field must be empty)
Output after ADF rule 04843100<Enter>
Note: To have an ADF rule applied to all scanned bar codes, leave the criteria unspecified (Code Type = Any and Code Length = Any Length).
Appending a "Carriage Return Line Feed" to a scanned bar code (serial connection)
Scanned bar code data 04843100
Criteria 1 Code type = Any Criteria 2 Code Length = Any Length Action 1 Send all that remains
Action 2 Send Value String = \0D\0A
Note: Keycode value is ignored when string field is populated.
Output after ADF rule 04843100<Carriage Return Line Feed>