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(45) 8001-0453
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(36) (1) 252-4647
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(47) 800-11319
(65) 291-7951
(351) (1) 0505-313342
(65) 275-7251
(34) (90) 099-3123
(46) (2) 079-5743
(41) (1) 0800-551526
(41) (1) 0800-551527
(886) (2) 719-5589
(66) (2) 661-3511
(44) (134) 0800-960271
(1) (800) 333-1917
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(45) 3929-4099
(32) (2) 626-8806
(31) (20) 606-8751
(353) (1) 662-5525
(44) (171) 512-5202
(44) (171) 512-5202
(358) (9) 0203-47288
(32) (2) 626-8807
(33) (45) 043-9853
(41) (84) 880-1111
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Austria
Germany
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Portugal
Spain
Sweden
(43) (1) 0660-6386
(49) (180) 525-8143
(39) (2) 264-10350
(47) 2211-6299
(351) (1) 441-7199
(34) (90) 232-1123
(46) (8) 619-2170
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“Worldwide HP Sales and Service Offices” in appendix E.
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China
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Hong Kong
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Japan
Korea
(54) (1) 781-4059
(54) (1) 781-4069
(61) (3) 272-8000
(55) (11) 709-1444
(1) (208) 323-2551
(86) (10) 6261-4174
(86) (10) 6261-4175
(86) (10) 6261-4176
(86) (10) 6262-5666
(42) (2) 471-7321
(30) (1) 689-6411
(852) 800-7729
(36) (1) 343-0310
(91) (11) 682-6035
(91) (11) 682-6069
(62) (21) 350-3408
(81) (3) 3335-8333
(82) (2) 3270-0700; outside Seoul,
call (82) (80) 999-0700
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México Guadalajara
México Monterey
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(60) (3) 295-2566
(52) (5) 326-4600
(52) (3) 669-9500
(52) (83) 378-4240
(41) (22) 780-7111
(64) (9) 356-6640
(63) (2) 894-1451
(48) (22) 37-5065
(351) (1) 301-7330
(7) (95) 923-5001
(65) 272-5300
(41) (1) 753-7111
(886) (2) 717-0055
(66) (2) 661-4011
(66) (2) 661-4012
(90) (1) 224-5925
HP Network ScanJet 5 Scanner
User’s Guide
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© 1997 Hewlett-Packard
Company
All Rights Reserved.
Reproduction, adaptation, or
translation without prior written
permission is prohibited, except
as allowed under the copyright
laws.
Publication number:
C1306-90919
Second Edition: October 1997
Warranty
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CONTENTS
1 Getting Started
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Scanner Control Panel . . . . . . . . .
Scanner Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Document Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Receiving Scanned Documents at Your Desktop
Recipients of Your Scanned Documents . . . .
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Loading a Document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading a Document on the Scanner Glass . . .
Selecting Your Settings at the Control Panel . . . .
During Scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanning Double-Sided Documents . . . . . . . . .
Faxing to a Number Not Listed in Destination Lists
Scanning to a Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility . . . . . . . . . .
Starting the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility . . . . . . . .
Creating and Maintaining Your Private Destination List . .
Viewing Your Private Destination List . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic Workflows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Distribution Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internet E-mail Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fax Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating and Maintaining Your Inboxes . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Your Current Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating a New Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring an Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disabling the Current Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring PaperPort Software to Open Automatically
Choosing the Notification Method and Time . . . . . . .
Creating or Changing Your Password . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Your Transaction Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2 Using the Scanner
3 Working at Your Computer
EN
Contents-7
4 Working in the PaperPort Software
General Features . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Page View and Desktop View . . . .
The Command Bar . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Preferences . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic Saving . . . . . . . . . .
Giving Titles to Items . . . . . . . .
Displaying and Hiding Elements . . .
Rotating or Flipping an Item . . . . .
Deleting Items . . . . . . . . . . . .
Undoing an Action . . . . . . . . . .
Working in Desktop View . . . . . . . .
Selecting and Deselecting Items . . .
Moving and Arranging Items . . . . .
Duplicating Items . . . . . . . . . . .
Working in Page View . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Display Size of an Item
Panning an Item . . . . . . . . . . .
Inverting an Image . . . . . . . . . .
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Working with Stacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Stacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigating within a Stack . . . . . . . . .
Unstacking Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reordering Pages in a Stack . . . . . . . .
Inserting a Page in a Stack . . . . . . . . .
Working with Folders . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filing Items in Folders . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying Items in Folders . . . . . . . .
Creating, Renaming, and Deleting Folders
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5 Managing Scanned Items
6 Annotating Scanned Items
Using the Annotation Tools . . . . .
Copying, Cutting, and Pasting . .
Cropping an Item . . . . . . . . .
Working with Sticky Notes . . . .
Adding Markup Text . . . . . . .
Highlighting Information . . . . .
Adding Freehand Annotations . .
Drawing Lines and Arrows . . . .
Creating New Items . . . . . . .
Adding Graphics to Items . . . .
Fine-Tuning Annotations . . . . . .
Selecting the Font or Color . . . .
Editing Annotation Text . . . . .
Moving and Resizing Annotations
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Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Annotations
Displaying and Hiding Annotations . . . .
Undoing Annotations . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting Annotations . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7 Importing and Exporting with the PaperPort Software
Using the Import and Export Feature . . . . .
Exporting Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exporting Compressed Files . . . . . . . .
Printing from Other Applications . . . . . . .
Adding Summary Information to Items . . . .
Finding Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding Annotations . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using Link Icons . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Links . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Printer Links . . . . . . . . . .
Using Fax Links . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Word Processor OCR Links . .
Using E-Mail Links . . . . . . . . . .
Receiving PaperPort Files in E-Mail
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PaperPort Link Preferences . . . . .
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanner Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanner is not Working . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel is not Working . . . . . . . .
Scanned Image Quality is Poor . . . . . . .
Scanner Overheats . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearing Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel Error Messages . . . . . . . . .
Internal Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transaction Log Error Messages . . . . . .
HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility Error Messages
PaperPort Software Troubleshooting . . . . .
Installation Problems . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fax Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OCR Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Import and Export File Problems . . . . . .
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Missing E-Mail Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
PaperPort Software Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
A Installing the PaperPort Viewer
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Obtaining Extra Copies of PaperPort Viewer
Installing PaperPort Viewer for Windows . . . .
Installing PaperPort Viewer for Macintosh . . .
Starting the PaperPort Viewers . . . . . . . . .
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Hardware Service During the Warranty Period
Hardware Service After the Warranty Period .
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B Warranty and Support Information
Contents-10
EN
1
Getting Started
Overview
The HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner can scan items such as memos,
letters, brochures, photographs, newspaper clippings, and
advertisements and store and distribute them electronically.
Anyone can use the HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner to scan documents
and send them to destinations listed in the scanner control panel (or fax
numbers you enter at the scanner). However, if you want to create your
own destination list or receive scanned documents at your computer,
you’ll need to use the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility.
In addition, PaperPort™ software for HP has been provided with the HP
Network ScanJet 5 scanner and can be used as your inbox to receive
scanned documents at your computer.
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Getting Started 11
Installation Requirements
To use the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility, the PaperPort software, OCR
software, and online documentation, you need the following:
• A personal computer, 386 or above (486 recommended)
• Microsoft Windows 3.1, Windows 3.11, Windows for Workgroups
3.11, Windows 95, or Windows NT 3.51 (and above)
• 4 megabytes (MB) or more of internal memory (RAM); 8 MB to use the
OCR software included with the network scanner
• 15 MB of free hard disk space for stand-alone installation and 1 MB of
free hard disk space for a shared installation
• VGA or SVGA monitor (recommended settings for your monitor: 256
or more colors, and 640 x 480 resolution)
• 3 MB of free temporary memory for decompressing files and file
comparisons
Software Installation
With the HP Network ScanJet 5 Installation program you can install the
following software components:
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HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility (required)
Adobe Acrobat Reader (required only for online documentation)
PaperPort software (optional)
Caere OmniPage Limited Edition OCR software (optional)
You need to install the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility on your computer
(unless your network administrator does this for you). The PaperPort
software can be installed entirely on your computer (in the directory you
choose), or the program files can be installed on your network and the
data files on your computer, depending on what your network
administrator has chosen.
You can install either from the network or from the installation CD.
Before you begin, you’ll need to know where the install program is
located and where you want the programs and data files to reside. If
you’re installing from the network, Windows 3.1 users must have a drive
mapped to the network server volume where your network administrator
placed the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility install program. If you cannot
find the install program, contact your network administrator.
The steps required to start the install program vary slightly depending on
the platform you’re using, as described in the procedures that follow.
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To install on Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0
Turn on your computer.
Log on to your network.
Click Start and then click Run.
Type the path your network administrator gave you.
Press [Enter] or click OK. The HP Network ScanJet 5 Installation
program starts and takes a few moments to initialize.
6 Follow the instructions on the screen.
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To install on Windows NT 3.51
Turn on your computer.
Log on to your network.
In Program Manager from the File menu, choose Run.
Type the path your network administrator gave you.
Press [Enter] or click OK. The HP Network ScanJet 5 Installation
program starts and takes a few moments to initialize.
6 Follow the instructions on the screen.
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3
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Getting Started 13
Getting Started
Turn on your computer and log on to your network.
Start Microsoft Windows.
In Program Manager, from the File menu choose Run.
Type the path your network administrator gave you.
Press [Enter] or click OK. The HP Network ScanJet 5 Installation
program starts and takes a few moments to initialize.
6 Follow the instructions on the screen.
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To install on Windows 3.1, Window 3.11, or Windows
for Workgroups 3.11
During the installation process, you’ll need to specify the following:
• The software components you want to install.
• If you are using a stand-alone installation, you will need to specify
where to install all files on your hard drive.
• If you are using a workstation installation, you will need to specify
where to install the data files on your hard drive. The program files will
be installed on the network and will be shared with others in your
workgroup.
After the installation is complete, restart Windows to use the PaperPort
software.
That’s it. You have finished installing the user software. Watch the
on-screen One-Minute Guide for a quick introduction to the PaperPort
software.
To run the One-Minute Guide
1 Double-click the PaperPort icon in the PaperPort program group.
2 From the Help menu, choose One-Minute Guide.
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Figure 1
A Display—Displays user and destination lists, and status and error
messages.
B Soft keys—Press to perform the function displayed above the key.
C Single/double-sided key—Press to select single or double-sided
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original (indicated by the light next to the icon).
Select key—Press to select a user name or a destination.
Scroll arrows—Press to move up and down in the user and destination
lists.
Go key—Press to scan the document.
Abort key—Press to stop the scanning and return to the main display
screen.
Keypad—Use to type your name, password, destinations, and fax
numbers.
Enter key—Press to send information to the scanner.
Backspace key—Press to move the selection block to the left.
Getting Started 15
Getting Started
Use the scanner control panel to identify yourself to the scanner if you
have a private destination list you want to use and to select destinations
for a scanned document.
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Using the Scanner Control Panel
Scanner Users
Two groups of users can scan and distribute documents with the HP
Network ScanJet 5 scanner:
• Registered users, who have been added to the public destination list by
the network administrator and who have the HP Network ScanJet 5
Utility installed on their local computers. Registered users can create
private destination lists by copying destinations from the public
destination list and creating their own destinations. From the scanner
control panel, registered users can access both their private destination
list and the public destination list to build a temporary destination list to
distribute the document they are currently scanning.
Figure 2
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• General users, who have not been added to the public destination list
Information the general users need to operate the scanner is included in
the Quick Reference card. This user’s guide addresses the registered user.
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Getting Started 17
Getting Started
Figure 3
1
and who do not have the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility installed on their
local computers. From the scanner control panel, they can access the
public destination list to build a temporary destination list for the
document they are currently scanning, and they can scan to a printer.
(The network administrator has the option of preventing general users
from using the scanner.)
Document Destinations
Scanned documents are sent to the destinations you select at the scanner
control panel using public and private destination lists. When you send a
scanned document, it can arrive at one or more of the following
destinations:
• The application you have designated as your inbox in the HP Network
ScanJet 5 Utility. From the inbox, it can be further distributed to other
users via e-mail, and so forth, imported as a graphic into other
applications or read into word processing applications using the OCR
feature.
• The inbox of another registered user or multiple registered users.
• A fax machine.
• An Internet e-mail address.
If you have the PaperPort software installed on your computer or on
your network, you can send a scanned document directly to the
application you have designated in your automatic workflow in the HP
Network ScanJet 5 Utility. In addition, at the scanner control panel you
can select the printer to which to copy a scanned document.
Receiving Scanned Documents at Your Desktop
Use the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility to identify an application installed
on your computer as an inbox. An inbox is a container where all the
documents sent to your computer from the HP Network ScanJet 5
scanner are collected. An inbox can be a thumbnail desktop, a file
system directory, or a printer, as described in Chapter 3, Working at Your
Computer.
After a scanned document arrives at your computer, you can use a
program such as the PaperPort software to organize and store your
documents or annotate them before sending them to another computer
program or distributing them to other people.
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Recipients of Your Scanned Documents
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Getting Started 19
Getting Started
Alternatively, you can export the scanned document into another file
format, such as .TIF or .BMP, that the recipient can view, as described in
Chapter 7, Importing and Exporting with the PaperPort Software.
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If you scan documents to an Internet e-mail address, you should make
sure the recipients have a way to view the document which will arrive as
either a .PDF or .TIF file.
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2
Using the Scanner
What You Can Scan
Scanning a document can be as simple as loading the document in the
scanner, selecting a destination from the list displayed at the scanner
control panel, and pressing [Go].
Before scanning with the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), you need
to clear any paper from the scanner glass and eliminate conditions that
may cause paper jams. Observe the following to minimize the
possibility of paper jams:
• Straighten any curls or wrinkles from documents before putting them on
the document tray. If this is not possible, scan these documents using the
scanner glass, or make photocopies of the documents and scan the
photocopies.
• Remove staples, paper clips, paper sticky notes, and any other materials
from documents.
• Avoid documents with tears, perforations, or punch holes.
If you would like to scan items made of unusual media, use the scanner
glass rather than the ADF. Examples of unusual media include:
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lightweight (onionskin) papers
transparencies
gum-backed paper
magazine pages
multiple-copy forms
Use one of the following paper sizes in the ADF:
• Letter: 8.5 x 11 in (216 x 279 mm)
• A4: 210 x 297 mm (8.3 x 11.7 in)
• Legal: 8.5 x 14 in (216 x 356 mm)
Use paper within the following weight range in the ADF:
• Minimum: 16 lb (60 g)
• Maximum: 36 lb (135 g)
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Using the Scanner 21
Loading a Document
Load your document in either the
automatic document feeder or on the
scanner glass, as described in the
following procedures.
To load a document in the ADF
1 Make sure there isn’t any paper on
the scanner glass.
2 Place the document (up to 50 pages)
face up on the document tray with the
top of the document near the feeder
cover and the side of the document
against the paper guide with the
arrows.
3 Adjust the document guide to touch
the left side of the paper stack.
4 Align the bottom edge of the paper
stack with the correct paper size
mark. Sliding the paper too far under
the feeder cover can cause paper
misfeeds.
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Loading a Document on the Scanner Glass
Use the scanner glass for regular or irregular sizes or types of paper. If
the scanner doesn’t detect a document in the feeder, it will assume the
job is from the scanner glass.
If you’re using a custom paper size, be sure to specify the exact size in
the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility, as described in Chapter 3, Working at
Your Computer.
To load a document on the scanner glass
Figure 4
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Using the Scanner 23
Using the
Scanner
glass as shown in the following illustration.
2
1 Place the document face down on the scanner glass.
2 Place small, custom-sized documents into the upper-left corner of the
Selecting Your Settings at the Control Panel
Before scanning a document, at the control panel select the destination,
type of image being scanned, and the paper size.
Note
At any point before you begin scanning, you can press the back arrow
on the keypad to return to the previous menu or you can press [Abort] to
return to the main menu and start over.
To select the control panel settings
1 At the opening screen display on the scanner control panel, type your
user name on the keypad (this is the name the network administrator
used to register you for the scanner). Figure 5 is the screen that appears
when the printer is configured. Figure 6 is the screen that appears when
no printer is configured.
Figure 5
Figure 6
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The Select Your Name screen appears, with the list of users
automatically scrolled to the portion of the alphabet indicated by the
first letters you typed.
Figure 7
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Using the
Scanner
2 Use the up-and-down arrow keys to scroll through the list (you can hold
an arrow key down to move more quickly). When your name is
highlighted, press [Select] (check mark key).
3 If you have entered a password in the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility (as
described in Chapter 3, Working at Your Computer), the Enter Password
screen appears. Type your password and press [Enter].
Figure 8
4 On the Private Destinations screen, select one or more destinations from
your private destination list by using the arrow keys to scroll to a
destination and then pressing [Select] (check mark key).
You can scan to users, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and distribution
lists, or you can choose an automatic workflow. (See Chapter 3, Working
at Your Computer, for more information about destinations.)
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Using the Scanner 25
You can also add destinations from the public destination list by
selecting the Public entry when you are viewing your private list. You
can return to your private list by pressing the back arrow.
5 Before you begin scanning, you can view the selected destinations or
change a setting:
• If you want to view the destinations you have selected before you begin
scanning, press [View] to display the Selected Destinations screen.
Figure 9
You can deselect a destination from this list by scrolling to the
destination and pressing [Select] (check mark key) again.
• If you want to change a setting for the current document, press [Mode]
to display the Select Mode screen.
Figure 10
6 Select a mode appropriate for the content of the document to be
scanned, and press [Enter].
• If you want to change the paper size for the current document, on the
Select Mode screen, press [Format] to display the Select Format screen.
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Figure 11
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7 Press [Go] to scan the document.
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Using the
Scanner
Select the paper size of the document to be scanned, and press [Enter].
(You can specify a custom paper size in the HP Network ScanJet 5
Utility, as described in Chapter 3, Working at Your Computer.)
During Scanning
While your document is being scanned, the scanner control panel
displays messages indicating the page number being scanned.
Note
When you scan documents using the scanner glass, press the [Go] key to
scan each page. When you have completed the job, press [Complete].
All pages scanned will be considered one document.
At any point after you press [Go], you can press [Abort] to stop the
scanning process.
The control panel displays error messages if problems occur during
scanning. See the troubleshooting information in Chapter 9,
Troubleshooting and Error Messages, to resolve any problems that
might occur.
When your scanning job is successfully completed, the scanner control
panel displays Done and the number of pages scanned.
The control panel then displays the destination list again with the
previous destinations selected. If you have another document to scan to
the same destinations, you only need to press [Go].
To scan to different destinations, press [Abort] to select new
destinations, or press [Backspace] to return to the previous screen. Or,
wait for a short period and the opening control panel screen will once
again be displayed.
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Scanning Double-Sided Documents
You can scan double-sided documents by
inserting the document to be scanned into
the document feeder twice.
After you’ve selected your scanning
destinations and changed settings (if
appropriate), press [Single/Double-Sided]
icons so that the double-sided light is on.
with the first side face up and the top
of the document going into the feeder
first.
2 Press [Go] to begin scanning. As the
document is being scanned, a
message appears telling you that the
scanner is scanning the front page.
3 When the scanner finishes the first
side, the control panel prompts you to
turn the document over. (The scanner
does not automatically scan the other
side; you must turn it over manually,
placing the top of the document into
the feeder first, as shown in the
illustration.) Turn the document over
and press [Continue].
As the document is being scanned, the
message Scanner is scanning the
back page appears.
The scanned document will appear as one
multi-paged, correctly-paginated
document on your desktop.
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Using the
Scanner
1 Place your document in the feeder
2
To scan a double-sided document
Faxing to a Number Not Listed in
Destination Lists
The fax server must be installed and running for you to scan a document
to a fax machine.
To fax to a number not in a destination list
1 Place the pages (up to 50) face up in the automatic document feeder, or
place a single sheet face down on the scanner glass, as described
previously under “Loading a Document.”
2 Press [Enter].
3 Press [Fax]. The scanner control panel displays the Enter Fax Number
screen.
Figure 12
4 Using the keypad, type in the new fax numberand then press [Enter].
This temporarily adds the new fax number to the destination list.
5 Press [Go].
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Scanning to a Printer
You can quickly make a copy of your
document by scanning it directly to a
printer. The printer name you select can
refer to either a physical printer or a
logical print queue.
To scan to a printer
scanner control panel, press [Copy].
the name of the printer to which you
want to scan the document and press
[Go].
3 On the Enter Number Of Copies
screen, use the keypad to enter the
number of copies you want, and press
[Go].
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Using the
Scanner
2 On the Select Printer screen, select
2
1 On the main screen display of the
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Working at Your Computer
Using the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
The HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility is available to all registered users of
the HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner and has been installed on your
computer or on your network. Use the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility to
define your inbox, where you’ll receive all scanned documents. You can
also use the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility to create a private
destinations list, which you can display on the scanner control panel.
Starting the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
The HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility is started automatically when
Windows is started, or you may double-click the HP Network ScanJet 5
Utility icon in the HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner program group or
folder.
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Creating and Maintaining Your Private
Destination List
Your private destination list can contain any of the following:
• Individual user destinations, selected from the public destination list.
• Private distribution lists, created by choosing multiple users, fax
numbers from the public or private destination list, or Internet e-mail
addresses and grouping them into distribution lists.
• Public distribution lists, copied from the public destination list.
• Fax numbers, selected from the public or private destination list.
• Internet e-mail addresses, created in the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
or imported from others’ private destination lists.
Your private destination list may also contain automatic workflows,
which you create in the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility.
Once you define your private destination list, the scanner will display
this list on the scanner control panel after you’ve selected your name
(and entered your password) at the control panel. You can then build a
temporary destination list from your private destination list prior to
scanning a document.
Viewing Your Private Destination List
At any time, on the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
dialog box, you can view the destinations you have added to your private
destination list.
To view your private destination list
1 Click the Profile tab in the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box.
2 In the Tools box, select the type of destination you want to view. These
destinations can be automatic workflows, faxes, or distribution lists.
3 Click either the summary or detailed icon to display information
regarding the destinations.
4 To see the contents of a distribution list, select the name in the
Destinations box and then click Edit or double-click the name.
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Automatic Workflows
When you select an automatic workflow as a destination from the
scanner control panel, the incoming electronic document bypasses your
inbox and goes straight to the target application. An automatic workflow
can be associated with a named group of settings that optimizes the
scanning quality of the type of documents typically scanned to the
application selected for the automatic workflow.
Note
If you select an automatic workflow, you cannot select any other
destinations at the same time.
Automatic workflows can only be created by registered users in their
private destination list. The PaperPort software must be installed in
order to create an automatic workflow.
Note
The first time you scan to an automatic workflow, the PaperPort
software Preferences dialog box may appear. Make any changes you
want and click OK to continue.
display the New Destination dialog box.
2 Select Automatic Workflow.
3 Click OK.
4 In the Name box, type a name that will identify the automatic workflow
in your destination list, such as “Scan to Paintbrush.”
5 In the Application box, click the name of the application that will
receive the scanned documents.
6 In the Setting box, select a setting appropriate for the application
selected. (See the following procedure for information regarding
settings.)
7 Click OK. The name of the new automatic workflow entry now appears
in the Destinations box of the Profile tab when you click Automatic
Workflow in the Tools box.
You can edit an automatic workflow by selecting it in the Destinations
box and clicking Edit.
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1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility, click New to
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To create an automatic workflow
To create a setting
1 On the Profile tab of the scanner utility, click New.
2 Select Automatic Workflow and click OK.
3 In the Automatic Workflow Destination dialog box, in the Setting box,
click New.
4 In the New Setting dialog box, enter a setting name in the Name box.
5 Specify the Image Quality by adjusting the following:
• Resolution—Select greater resolution to increase the clarity of an
image. However, greater resolution increases file size.
• Scaling—Decrease or increase the size of an image from 4% to 400%.
• Intensity—Adjust the intensity value from 1 to 255.
• Contrast—Select lower numbers for blended images of gray shades;
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•
•
Note
select higher numbers for stark black and white images. The Contrast
option is not available if the Output Data Type is 1 bpp Threshold.
Specify the Data Format by using the following options:
Output Data Type—Select an output data type, which will modify the
number of bits per pixel.
Dithering—If you have selected dithering as the output data type,
specify the type of dithering.
Compression—Select the type of compression you want to use to
decrease file size. Select None to scan without compressing the file.
CCITT G4 is not available if the Output Data Format is Grayscale 4 bpp
or Grayscale 8 bpp or if the File Format is PCL5.
• File Format—Select a file format for the scanned document. TIFF
Multipage is not available if the Output Data Type is Grayscale 4 bpp or
Grayscale 8 bpp.
• Background Control—Select if you want background control.
• Page Format—Select the paper size for the scanned document. To use
the size selected at the scanner control panel, select Control Panel
Selected. To create a custom size, select Custom. Then type a size in the
Width and Height boxes. For the width, you can type anything between
0.01 and 8.5 inches (0.01 and 21.58 cm). For the height, you can type
anything between 0.01 and 14 inches (0.01 and 35.54 cm).
Note
If you select a paper size larger than the document you are scanning, a
black boarder will appear on the image and the file size will become
unnecessarily large. If you select a paper size smaller than the document
you’re scanning, you might cut off part of the image.
7 Click OK.
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Distribution Lists
If you repeatedly scan to the same group of users, e-mail addresses, or
fax machines, you can simplify your task by creating a distribution list
to include these destinations.
To create a distribution list
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
2
3
4
5
6
Internet E-mail Destinations
You can send scanned documents to e-mail addresses in your private
destination list. (You cannot put e-mail addresses in the public
destination list.) This feature is available in the Window 95 and
Windows NT environments.
If recipients view an incoming e-mail message directly from their e-mail
application, they can view the document in Portable Document Format
(.PDF) or multipage Tagged Image File (.TIF) format. You can find a
free .PDF viewer for viewing .PDF e-mail messages on the Adobe
website: www.adobe.com. Also, anyone with Windows NT 4.0 can view
e-mail messages sent in .TIF format because the .TIF viewer is bundled
with that operating system.
You can automatically send yourself a return copy of your e-mail
messages. To do this, select the Options menu on the Profile tab. Select
Internet E-Mail and then Receive a cc: copy. Select either PDF or
Multipage TIFF as your file type. You can turn return copies off at
anytime by selecting None in the Receive a cc: copy submenu.
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You can edit the distribution list by selecting it in the Destinations box
of the Profile tab and then clicking Edit.
3
New.
Select Distribution List.
Click OK.
In the Name box, enter a name for the distribution list. This is the name
that will be displayed on the scanner control panel.
In the Available box, select a user, e-mail address, or a fax and click
Include to display the selection in the Included box (and remove it from
the Available box). You can include destinations from both your private
and the public destination lists. Repeat until the distribution list is
complete.
Click OK to close the dialog box. The name of the new distribution list
appears in the Destinations box of the Profile tab when you click
Distribution Lists in the Tools box.
You can select the language of standard text in your e-mail message
when you are adding e-mail destinations in the New E-mail Destination
dialog box under Subject and Text. Your language choices are English,
French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Custom.
You can also create personalized subject line and text for all of your
e-mail messages. To do this, select the Options menu on the Profile tab.
Select Internet E-Mail and then Customize message.
To add an e-mail destination
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, select
New.
2 Select Internet E-mail.
Note
Internet E-mail is dimmed if e-mail is disabled. E-mail is disabled if
you are using Novell NetWare or if the maximum number of e-mail
addresses has been reached.
3 Click OK.
Note
The first time you create a destination, the E-mail Return Address
window appears. Select the default .PDF or .TIF file type in the E-mail
Return Address list box (depending on what viewer you have). Type
your e-mail address and click OK. All return messages will come to this
address.
4 In the New E-Mail Destination dialog box, type the recipient’s name and
e-mail address.
Note
To tell the difference on the control panel between entries such as e-mail
and fax destinations, add a designation tag. For example, John Doe-E
could be an e-mail destination and John Doe-F could be a fax
destination for that same person.
5 Change the file type or predefined language for subject line and message
text if desired.
6 Click Add.
7 Repeat steps 4-6 to add more addresses. (The information after the @
sign is preserved to simplify further entries.)
8 Click Close when you are finished.
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To edit an e-mail destination
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, select
the destination you want to edit.
2 Select Edit.
3 Change the destination and click OK.
To delete an e-mail destination
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, select
the destination you want to delete.
2 Select Delete.
3 To confirm deletion, select Yes.
To change your e-mail return address
1 On the Options menu of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box,
point to Internet E-mail.
2 Select Return address.
3 Change the e-mail address and select OK.
To view your return address, select Who Am I on the Options menu.
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, select
the Options menu.
2 Point to Internet E-mail and select Export.
3 In the File name list box, assign a name to the file you are exporting.
4 In the Save in list box at the top of the dialog box, select the directory
where you would like the file saved.
5 Click Save. The file is copied to the directory you selected.
To import e-mail destinations to your private destination
list
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, select
the Options menu.
2 Point to Internet E-mail, and then click Import.
3 In the Look in list box, select the directory where the exported e-mail
destination file is saved.
4 Select the file to import.
5 Select Open. The e-mail destinations in the file become part of your
private destination list.
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To export e-mail destinations for others to use
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Fax Destinations
If a fax server is installed on your network and has been configured for
the scanner, you can include fax numbers as part of your private
destination list.
To create your fax destination list
1 On the Profile tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
New.
2 Select Fax.
3 Click OK.
4 In the Name box, type a name identifying the fax destination.
Note
To tell the difference on the control panel between entries such as e-mail
and fax destinations, add a designation tag. For example, John Doe-E
could be an e-mail destination and John Doe-F could be a fax
destination for that same person.
5 In the Number box, type the fax number of the fax destination.
6 In the Retry box, click the down or the up arrow to select the number of
times you want to redial if the destination fax is not answering.
7 In the Accounting Code box, type a code that you can use to keep track
of fax expenses. This code appears with the fax number on the
accounting log. If you don’t enter accounting information here, the
accounting information that your network administrator has associated
with the fax server will be used.
8 Click OK to close the dialog box. The name of the new fax entry
appears in the Destinations box of the Profile tab when you click Faxes
in the Tools box.
You can edit the fax destination by selecting it in the Destinations box of
the Profile tab and then clicking Edit.
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Creating and Maintaining Your Inboxes
An inbox holds the scanned documents sent to an individual’s computer
(except those documents directed to a specific destination in an
automatic workflow). You can have only one current inbox. The default
inbox you identified when you installed the scanner software is used
until you select a different one.
The Inbox tab lists supported inbox applications and devices that it finds
on your computer, including the following:
• PaperPort software
• E-mail packages (Lotus cc:Mail, MS Mail, and MS Exchange)
Changing Your Current Inbox
The available inboxes the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility detects on your
computer are displayed on the Inbox tab in the Preferred Inbox list.
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To change your preferred inbox, select the inbox you want to make the
current one from the list. All new incoming scanned documents will be
routed to the new inbox.
Creating a New Inbox
You can create a new inbox in addition to those automatically
recognized by the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility. This may be necessary
if you have developed an in-house application that you want to use as an
inbox. Such applications could be common-directory applications, such
as the Win95 Explorer shell extension, or a launch-application, which
directs the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility to start the specified
application and place the scanned document in its directory. You can
create three types of inboxes: directory, launch-application, and printer.
To create a new directory inbox
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
2
3
4
5
6
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Add New Inbox.
In the Add New Inbox dialog box, select Directory.
Click OK. The New Directory Inbox dialog box appears.
In the Name Of Inbox box, type a name for the inbox as it will appear in
the Preferred Inbox list on the Inbox tab.
In the File Type box, select the file type you want to use to save scanned
documents.
In the Directory Where Documents Should Be Stored box, enter the
directory path to the location to save scanned documents.
Click OK.
To create a new launch-application inbox
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Add New Inbox.
2 In the Add New Inbox dialog box, select Launch-Application.
3 Click OK. The New Application Inbox dialog box appears.
4 In the Name Of Inbox box, type a name for the inbox as it will appear in
the Preferred Inbox list on the Inbox tab.
5 In the File Type box, select a file type to use for scanned documents
when opening them in the application.
6 In the Application To Start box, enter a file path to the application.
Insert %F to indicate where the filename(s) of the document should be
placed.
7 In the Directory Where Documents Should Be Stored box, enter the
directory path for the location where you want to save the scanned
documents.
8 Click OK.
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To create a new printer inbox
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Add New Inbox.
2 In the Add New Inbox dialog box, select Printer.
3 Click OK. The New Printer Inbox dialog box appears.
4 In the Name Of Inbox box, type a name for the inbox as it will appear in
the Preferred Inbox list on the Inbox tab.
5 In the Printer box, select the printer you want to use as an inbox.
6 Click OK.
Configuring an Inbox
You can change inbox properties after an inbox has been created. The
information you can configure depends on the type of inbox, for
example:
• All inboxes—Specify an inbox name.
• Directory inboxes—Specify the directory path for the folder that will
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Inbox Properties.
2 In the Inbox Properties dialog box, click the tab with the name of the
inbox you want to configure.
3 Change inbox properties and click OK.
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To configure an inbox
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hold incoming documents. Also specify the desired file format for these
files.
• Launch-application inboxes—Specify the path to the application and a
file format.
• Printers used as inboxes—Specify the printer name.
Disabling the Current Inbox
When you disable your current inbox, other people cannot send scanned
documents to you, either by selecting your name or by selecting a
distribution list that contains your name on the scanner control panel.
When they attempt to send you a document, the control panel displays a
message saying that the document can’t be delivered to you because
your inbox is disabled.
To disable your current inbox, select Disable Inbox on the Inbox tab.
Note
Even when your inbox is disabled, you can still send scanned documents
to yourself as part of an automatic workflow you have defined.
Configuring PaperPort Software to Open
Automatically
You can set PaperPort software to automatically open when you receive
a new scanned document in your inbox. When the scanned document is
received, it will automatically be opened and placed as an untitled item
in the PaperPort software. For more information about using PaperPort
software, see Chapter 4, Working in PaperPort Software.
To configure the PaperPort software to open
automatically
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Inbox Properties.
2 Click the PaperPort tab.
3 Select Yes to set the PaperPort software to open when receiving a
scanned document.
4 Click OK.
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Choosing the Notification Method and Time
You can specify how often the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility will check
for new scanned documents. If you want to be notified when a scanned
document arrives at your inbox, you can choose one of several
notification methods.
To choose the notification method and time
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Inbox Properties.
2 Click the General tab.
3 Select the method by which you want to be notified:
• Display A Message Box—The scanner utility displays a message box.
• Beep—The scanner utility causes your computer to beep.
• Flash the Window/Icon—The scanner utility title bar (or icon when
minimized) flashes.
4 Use the slider bar to specify how often to check for new scanned
documents.
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Creating or Changing Your Password
If you are a registered scanner user, you can use a password to access
your private destination list on the scanner control panel.
To create or change your password
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Inbox Properties.
2 Type a new password in the New box.
3 Type the new password once again in the Confirm box.
Viewing Your Transaction Log
The transaction log lists all scanned documents you have sent and
received, as well as errors that have occurred. For each job, the
following information is given: user name, date, time, number of pages
scanned, destination(s), success/failure of delivery.
To view the transaction log
1 On the Inbox tab of the HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility dialog box, click
Transaction Log.
2 To print the transaction log, click Print.
3 To save the transaction log to a file, click Save to display the Save As
dialog box. The log is saved as unformatted text in the file and location
you specify.
4 To delete all log entries, click Clear Log.
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General Features
The PaperPort software allows you to annotate, organize, and find
scanned items. You can also electronically link scanned documents to
other applications such as fax, electronic mail (e-mail), and word
processing applications. Unless you specify otherwise, the PaperPort
software is the default inbox for receiving scanned documents at your
computer.
Page View and Desktop View
The PaperPort software has two ways to view scanned material:
• Page View is a close-up of one page at a time and allows you to read
and annotate the page.
• Desktop View provides an overall view of the PaperPort items, shown
as thumbnails (an icon representing a scanned item). In the PaperPort
software, single-page scanned documents are referred to as items.
Multi-page scanned items are referred to as stacks.
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Desktop View displays the Command Bar(A), Link Bar(B), and Status Bar(C).
To switch between Desktop View and Page View
Switch between Desktop View and Page View in any of the following
ways:
• Click Desktop or Page on the Command Bar.
• From the View menu, chose Page View or Desktop View.
• In Desktop View, double-click an item to display that item in Page
View.
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The Command Bar
The buttons on the Command Bar provide quick access to various
commands on the menus. Some of the buttons are not available in both
views.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Page—Switches from
Desktop View to Page
View. Available only in
Desktop View.
Unstack—Unstacks the
pages of the selected stack.
Available only in Desktop
View.
Find—Finds an item in the
Desktop View; finds
annotations in Page View.
Unstack 1—Unstack the
current page of the stack.
Available only in Desktop
View.
Browse—Shows a list of
items.
Arrange—Rearranges the
items in Desktop View.
Rotate—Rotates the
selected item 90 degrees
to the right.
OLE Rtn— Switches to the
application you are using
with OLE. Available only
when using an OLE feature.
Duplicate—Makes an
electronic copy of the
selected item. Available
only in Desktop View.
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Stack—Stacks selected
items into one stack.
Available only in Desktop
View.
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Desktop—Switches from
Page View to Desktop
View. Available only in
Page View.
Setting Preferences
You can customize the PaperPort software so that it is displayed
according to your preferences.
To select preferences
1 From the Edit menu, choose Preferences. The PaperPort Preferences
dialog box appears.
2 Click the Desktop icon.
3 Select the options you want. The options are explained in the following
table.
Option
Description
Scan to Desktop As you scan items, they appear on the PaperPort
desktop view as thumbnails.
Scan to Page
View
The scanned items first appear in Page View instead of
Desktop View.
Show Text with
Icons
When this option is selected, the buttons on the
Command Bar have names on them. When this option is
cleared, the buttons will be smaller and will not have any
text on them.
Show Tool Tips
Displays short descriptions of the Command Bar buttons
and Annotations.
Color Screen
Select this option if your computer has a color monitor;
otherwise clear this option.
Maximize
Window at
Startup
Select this option if you want the PaperPort window to be
maximized (fill the computer screen) when the PaperPort
software starts.
Use Gray Dialog Will show PaperPort boxes with a gray instead of a white
Background
background. The gray background color appears the next
time you restart Windows.
4 Click OK to save the Desktop Preferences and exit the Preferences
dialog box.
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Automatic Saving
Every item in the PaperPort software is automatically saved as soon as
you scan it. Any changes that you make to an item, such as adding a
note or giving an item a new title, are automatically saved as well.
If you want to delete items from the Desktop but save back-up copies or
save them in some other format, such as .BMP or TIFF, from the File
menu, choose Export. For details see Chapter 7, Importing and
Exporting with the PaperPort Software.
Giving Titles to Items
The PaperPort software items can have titles of up to 30 characters long,
such as “Smithers Contract” or “Letter to Jones, Ltd.”
The title of an item appears in the following three places in the
PaperPort software:
• At the top of the item in Desktop View
• On the Document Navigator (under the Command Bar) in Page View
• On the Status Bar
To retitle an item in Desktop View
1 Select the item. If you have not titled an item, the PaperPort software
1 From the File menu, choose Change Title. The Change Item Title
dialog box appears.
2 Enter a new title for the item, and click OK. The item will have the new
title.
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To retitle an item in Page View
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automatically names the item “Untitled.”
2 Click the title. An edit box appears around the title.
- Or From the File menu, choose Change Title. An edit box appears around
the title.
3 Type the new title, and press [Enter]. The item will have the new title.
Displaying and Hiding Elements
Display or hide the Folders, Command Bar, Link Bar, Status Bar, or
Tool Palette by selecting each from the View menu. A check mark next
to the menu item indicates the tool bar or folders are visible.
Note
Not all menu items are available in both views.
Rotating or Flipping an Item
Rotate a page in 90 degree increments or flip it in 180 degree increments
to change the direction of an image on the page.
To rotate or flip an item
1 Select the page you want to rotate, or display it in Page View.
2 Do any one of the following:
• From the Page menu, choose Rotate Right or Rotate Left to rotate the
item 90 degrees.
• On the Command Bar, choose Rotate Right to rotate the item 90
degrees to the right.
• From the Page menu, choose Flip to rotate the item 180 degrees from
its current position.
Note
Annotations and pages that have annotations cannot be rotated. To
temporarily remove the annotations and rotate the page, select the
annotations and from the Edit menu choose Cut. Then rotate the page.
If you choose Paste, the annotations will be restored but not rotated.
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Deleting Items
Deleting an item permanently removes it from your computer. If you
want to save an item, from the File menu choose Export before deleting
the item from the PaperPort software. For more information on
exporting files, see Chapter 7, Importing and Exporting with the
PaperPort Software.
To delete an item
1 Select the item in Desktop View, or display the item in Page View.
2 Press [Delete].
- Or From the File menu, choose Delete Item.
- OrIn Desktop View, choose Delete from the Edit menu.
3 Click Yes to delete the item.
- Or If you have selected multiple items, click Yes to All to delete all items at
once.
Undoing an Action
To undo the last action you made in the PaperPort software, from the
Edit menu, choose Undo. For example, if you move a thumbnail on the
Desktop, choose Undo Move, and the thumbnail will move back to its
original location. Similarly, if you highlight a section of text on a page
in Page View, choose Undo Highlight to remove that highlighting.
When you undo an action, the Undo command changes to Redo. Redo
replaces anything you deleted with Undo.
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To undo all annotations and other changes made to the item, in Page
View, choose Undo All Changes from the Edit menu.
Working in Desktop View
Desktop View provides an overall view of PaperPort items and stacks.
Each item in Desktop View is shown as a thumbnail (an icon
representing a scanned item).
Selecting and Deselecting Items
Before performing an action on an item, such as moving it or printing it,
you must select the item. A red (or dark) line around an item indicates
that it is selected.
To select items in Desktop View
• To select a single item, click its thumbnail.
• To select multiple items, click each thumbnail while holding down
[Shift] or [Ctrl].
- Or Position the cursor, click the left mouse button, and drag a selection box
around the items you want to select. Release the mouse button to select
the items. Any item partially enclosed or touched by the selection box
will be selected.
• From the Edit menu, select all items by choosing Select All.
To deselect items in Desktop View
• To deselect a single item, click elsewhere on the screen.
• To deselect a single item from a group of selected items, hold down
[Shift] and click each item you want to deselect.
• To deselect all items, choose Deselect All from the Edit menu.
- Or Click elsewhere on the screen.
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Moving and Arranging Items
If you would like to organize the items in Desktop View, you can either
move each thumbnail with the mouse or use the PaperPort software’s
Arrange feature.
To move an item, drag it to a new location in the Desktop View.
To arrange all of the items in Desktop View, from the Desktop menu
choose Arrange Desktop, or on the Command Bar, click Arrange. The
thumbnails are automatically arranged in rows on the screen.
If you want only to arrange certain items in Desktop View, select the
items you want to arrange. Then from the Desktop menu, choose
Arrange Selected Items. The selected items will be arranged in rows
after the unselected items.
Duplicating Items
Create a duplicate of a selected item in Desktop View in any of the
following ways:
• From the Desktop menu, choose Duplicate Item.
• On the Command Bar, click Duplicate.
• Press [Ctrl] while dragging the item to another location in Desktop
View. The pointer will have a plus (+) sign in it to indicate the selected
item will be duplicated.
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Working in Page View
Page View displays an item one page at a time and allows you to read
and add annotations to a page. Use the Navigators to display other pages
of a stack, see other items, or enlarge the image.
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A Zoom Navigator—Click the “minus” and “plus” magnifying glasses to
B
C
D
E
reduce or enlarge the image. Click Actual to return the image to its
actual size. The scale of the image is shown on the right side of the
Status Bar.
Page Navigator—Click the arrows to scroll between pages in the stack.
Click between the arrows to activate the Go To Page feature.
Document Navigator—Click the arrows to scroll among the items in
the PaperPort software. Click between the arrows to see a list of the
items in the PaperPort software.
Annotation Tool Bar—Use these tools to add notes, highlight areas, or
cut and paste selections. For more information on using the Annotation
Tools, see Chapter 6, Annotating Scanned Items.
Status Bar—Use to view information about the current item: the title,
the dots per inch at which the item was scanned (resolution), whether
the image is color or black and white, and the percentage of enlargement
or reduction of the page.
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Changing the Display Size of an Item
Use the Zoom Navigator or Zoom commands from the View menu to
zoom in and display the details of a page, or zoom out and make the
page smaller on the screen while in Page View. The page magnification
is shown in the status bar in Page View. Use any of the following
methods to change the display size:
• From the View menu, choose Zoom In or Zoom Out.
• Click the plus (+) or minus (-) magnifying glass on the Zoom Navigator.
• From the View menu, choose Actual Size or click Actual Size on the
Zoom Navigator to view the page at its actual size (100%).
• From the View menu, choose Fit to Window to enlarge or reduce an
item to fit the entire item into the Page View window.
Panning an Item
Panning an item is a quick way to scroll through an item in Page View
when the entire item is not visible on the screen.
To pan an item
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2
3
4
Display the item in Page View.
Click Pan on the Annotation Tool Bar.
Place the pointer on the item. The pointer changes to a hand.
Press the mouse button and drag up, down, right, or left. The area of the
page you are viewing changes as you drag the pointer.
The Pan tool remains active until you deselect it or view a different item.
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Inverting an Image
To invert an image
1 Display the item in Page View.
2 Choose Invert from the Page menu. The image is reversed from
black-on-white to white-on-black. Gray shades are reversed as well.
Repeat these steps to change the image back to its original appearance.
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This feature allows you to change an item from black-on-white to
white-on-black.
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Managing Scanned Items
Working with Stacks
In the PaperPort software, a stack is an item with multiple pages. Use
the stack feature to organize multipage documents.
When you use the automatic document feeder to scan a document, the
document will appear as a multipage stack in Desktop View. When you
scan an item, each scanned page appears in Desktop View as a one-page,
untitled item.
Creating Stacks
Any page or stack in Desktop View can be stacked onto any other page
or stack.
To stack items using drag-and-drop
1 In Desktop View, select the item to stack.
2 Place the pointer on the selected item, and press and hold down the left
mouse button.
3 Move the pointer onto the second (target) item so the target item
becomes highlighted, and release the mouse button.
The selected item is stacked on top of the target item. Repeat steps 1
through 3 to stack additional items.
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You can add Summary Information about the stack after creating it.
Summary Information for individual pages that are then stacked is
retained only for the bottom page in the stack. For details, see “Adding
Summary Information to Items” in Chapter 7.
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To stack items using the Stack Selected Items command
or the Stack button
1 In Desktop View, select the items you want to stack in the order that you
want them to be stacked. The first item selected will be on top.
2 From the Desktop menu, choose Stack Selected Items.
- Or Click Stack on the Command Bar.
Navigating within a Stack
To move between pages in a stack, select the stack and click the arrows
on the scroll bar (Page Navigator) below the stack. To move to a specific
page in a stack, click the middle of the Page Navigator scroll bar to
bring up the Go To Page dialog box or choose Go To Page from the
Page menu. Then enter the page number.
Unstacking Pages
Unstack pages to move pages to another stack, replace pages with new
ones, or delete pages from the stack without disturbing the rest of the
pages.
Note
You do not need to unstack pages to add annotations. Double-click a
stack to display it in Page View, where you can see and annotate the
pages one page at a time.
To unstack a single page from a stack
1 In Desktop View, select the stack.
2 Use the Page Navigator to display the page you want to unstack.
3 From the Desktop menu, choose Unstack Current Page.
- Or Click Unstack 1.
The PaperPort software unstacks the selected page and displays it as a
new, untitled item.
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To unstack a whole stack
1 In Desktop View, select the stack.
2 From the Desktop menu, choose Unstack.
- Or Click Unstack on the Command Bar.
The PaperPort software unstacks the pages, and shows all of the pages
as selected, untitled items in Desktop View.
Note
Any Summary Information for a stack is lost during the unstacking.
Reordering Pages in a Stack
After creating a stack, you can reorder the pages.
To reorder the pages in a stack
1 In Desktop View, select the stack.
2 From the Desktop menu, choose Reorder. A dialog box displays the
current order of the pages in the stack. If the page you want to reorder is
not visible, use the horizontal scroll bar.
3 Select the page you want to move.
4 Drag the page to its new location. A vertical line shows the new location
of the page.
5 Click OK to close the dialog box. The pages reorder automatically.
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Inserting a Page in a Stack
Both the page you want to insert and the target stack must be displayed
in Desktop View.
To insert a page in an existing stack
1 In Desktop View, select the target stack.
2 Use the Page Navigator to move to the location where you want to insert
the new page.
Note
The new page will be inserted on top of the current page.
3 Select the page you want to insert and drag it onto the target stack. The
PaperPort software places the page at the new location.
Alternatively, you can drag a page onto the stack and reorder the pages
using Reorder. For more information on using the Reorder command,
see “Reordering Pages in a Stack” earlier in this section.
Tip
You can insert a new page into a stack as a section separator. To create a
new, blank page in the PaperPort software, choose New Item from the
File menu. The PaperPort software displays a new untitled item. You can
then insert it into the stack.
To add a page at the end of a stack
1 In Desktop View, select the stack.
2 Drag the stack onto the page.
Note
When you add a page at the end of a stack, any summary or title
information for the stack will be lost.
To copy a page in a stack
1 In Desktop View, select the stack.
2 Use the Page Navigator to move the page you want to copy to the top of
the stack.
3 From the Desktop menu, choose Duplicate Current Page. A duplicate
of the selected item appears as a new, untitled item in Desktop View.
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Working with Folders
Create folders in the PaperPort software to help you organize your
scanned items and stacks.
Filing Items in Folders
The PaperPort software provides you with an initial set of folders that
appears in a column down the left side of Desktop View. The default
names for these folders are as follows:
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Main Folder
Articles & Clippings
Bank Accounts
Investments
Medical
Phone Numbers
Real Estate
Receipts
Taxes
Travel
To file an item in a folder
1 In Desktop View, select the item to file.
2 Drag it to the target folder. When the folder title is highlighted, release
the mouse button. The folder flashes to let you know the selected item
has been filed.
To move items between folders
1 Open the folder in which the item currently resides.
2 Select the item.
3 Drag the item onto another folder. When the title of the target folder is
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highlighted, release the mouse button. The folder title flashes to let you
know the selected item has been filed.
- Or From the Desktop menu, choose Move to Folder, select the target
folder, and click OK. The PaperPort software moves the item into the
new folder.
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To copy items to another folder
• Hold down [Ctrl] as you select an item and drag the item into the new
folder. The title of the target folder flashes to let you know the selected
item has been copied and filed.
- Or Select the item. From the Desktop menu, select Copy to Folder, select
the target folder, and click OK. The PaperPort software copies the item
into the new folder.
Displaying Items in Folders
Display either thumbnails of the contents of a single folder or a list of
the contents of all your folders (with a thumbnail of the item selected).
The contents of a folder are always displayed in the order in which they
appeared when you last opened the folder.
To display items in a folder
• Click the folder icon. Thumbnails of the contents of the folder are
displayed on the Desktop.
• Click another folder icon to close the currently open folder.
To display a list of folder contents
1 From the Edit menu, choose Browse, or click Browse on the Command
Bar. The Browse dialog box appears. In Desktop View, the dialog box
lists all of the folders and their contents. In Page View, only the contents
of the open folder are listed.
2 Select an item in the list to display its thumbnail.
3 Double-click the selected item. The item is displayed in Desktop View.
The icons to the left of the item’s name indicate which items are stacks
and which are single pages. You can see the pages of a selected stack by
clicking the Page Navigator on the thumbnail.
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Creating, Renaming, and Deleting Folders
Delete, rename, or create new folders to match the way you organize
information. The Main Folder, at the top of the column, cannot be
deleted. It is the default folder into which all scanned items are placed if
the PaperPort software is not running when you scan the item. If the
PaperPort software is running and a folder is open, the item is filed
automatically in the open folder.
Note
You can create only one level of folders; that is, you can’t create folders
within folders.
To create a folder
1 From the File menu, choose New Folder.
2 In the New Folder dialog box, type the title for the folder. The title can
be up to 30 characters.
3 Click OK. The folder appears in the folder column. Folders are arranged
in alphabetical order, but the Main Folder is always first.
To rename a folder
1 Select the folder that you want to rename. Its current title is highlighted.
2 Click the title again to select it for editing.
3 Type the new title and press [Enter].
To delete a folder
1 Select the folder you want to delete.
Note
When you delete a folder, you delete all the items in it. If you want to
save any items, first move the items to another folder.
2 From the Edit menu, choose Delete. A message asks you to confirm the
deletion. If the folder contains items, a message also asks if you want to
delete each item. You can delete items one by one or all at the same time.
3 Click Yes to delete the folder, or click No to keep it.
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Annotating Scanned Items
Using the Annotation Tools
In Page View, the Annotation Tool Bar is displayed on the left side of
your monitor. Annotation tools are described in the following table.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Edit Annotations (Pointer)
—Selects, moves, and
resizes annotations on a
page.
Add Text (Markup)—Add a line
of text. Useful for filling in
preprinted forms because the
form will remains visible as you
type text.
Select an Area (Select)—
Selects an area to cut or
copy for pasting.
Add Highlighting
(Highlighter)—Highlights any
line of text on a page.
Align the Page (Straighten
Page)—Straightens an item
that was skewed when
scanned, either horizontally
or vertically.
Add Freehand Annotation—
Draws freehand marks, such as
circling text and underlining
sentences.
Pan Image (Hand)—Quickly
scrolls an item up, down,
right, or left.
Add Line or Arrow—Draws
straight lines, with or without
arrowheads, to point to specific
parts of a page.
Add Sticky Note—Writes a
note at any place on the
page.
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Copying, Cutting, and Pasting
The PaperPort software allows you to copy, cut, and paste items within
the PaperPort software and between it and other applications.
The Copy As Text command on the Edit menu uses the OCR feature to
copy text from the PaperPort software to another application. For
details, see “Word Processor OCR Link” in Chapter 8.
Note
To copy and paste items
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Select an Area. The
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cursor changes to a cross hair.
Drag the cross hair to enclose the area you want to copy. A dashed box
appears around the area as you select it. If you need to increase or
decrease the size of the area that you selected, drag one of the selection
handles on the dashed selection box.
From the Edit menu, choose Copy.
To paste onto another page, display that page in Page View.
- Or To paste the selection in Desktop View, switch to Desktop View.
From the Edit menu, choose Paste. The copied item appears in the top
left corner in Page View or as a new item in Desktop View.
Drag the item to its new position in Page View.
Click anywhere on the page when you have finished.
You cannot use Select an Area to copy and paste annotations. For
information about copying and pasting annotations, see “Fine-Tuning
Annotations” later in this chapter.
Note
To copy and paste items to another application
When copying to another application, the copied item appears on the
current page in that application. The pasted item can then be moved to
its correct position in that application.
Note
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Select an Area. The
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cursor changes to a cross hair.
Drag the cross hair to enclose the area you want to copy. A dashed box
appears around the area as you select it.
From the Edit menu, choose Copy.
Switch to the application and position the cursor where you want to
paste the item.
From the Edit menu, choose Paste. The copied item appears. A pasted
selection is treated as a graphic; you cannot edit the text.
Select the item and drag it to its new location.
Click anywhere on the page when you have finished moving the item.
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To copy and paste an item from another application
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In the other application, copy or cut the information to the clipboard.
In Page View, display the target page.
On the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Text.
Position the cursor on the target page, and click the left mouse button.
From the Edit menu, choose Paste. The copied image will appear on the
displayed page.
Cropping an Item
Crop an item to display only a portion of it. The portion inside the crop
marks remains, and the portion outside the crop marks is deleted.
To crop an item
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Select an Area. The
cursor changes to a cross hair.
2 Drag the cross hair to enclose the area you want to crop. A dashed box
appears around the area as you select it. If you need to increase or
decrease the size of the area that you selected, drag one of the handles
on the dashed selection box.
3 From the Edit menu, choose Crop. The portion of the item outside of
the selection box is removed from the page. The thumbnail in Desktop
View indicates that an area has been cropped from the page.
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If the copied image is text, it can be posted to a sticky note or an Add
Text markup note in Page View. The copied text cannot be pasted
directly to an item in Desktop View.
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If the copied image is a graphic, pasting it into Desktop View will create
a new item with the image on it. Pasting it into Page View places the
image on the page being displayed.
Note
Working with Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes can contain several lines of text and can be placed
anywhere on an item. When you place a Sticky Note on a page, the note
covers the information beneath it. However, you can make Sticky Notes
as large or small as you like or collapse them to minimize the amount of
information that is hidden. You can change the color of the text or its
background, as described in “Fine-Tuning Annotations” later in this
chapter.
Note
Use Find Annotation to search for text on both Sticky Notes and on
Markup text.
To add a Sticky Note
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Sticky Note. The
cursor changes to a small sticky-note symbol with cross hairs.
2 Click anywhere on the item, and the default note size appears. The
insertion point is ready for you to begin typing.
3 Type the note text. The note box expands to accommodate the amount of
text you type.
4 Click Edit Annotations, then select the note. Drag the handles on the
note box to resize it.
To collapse a Sticky Note
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
2 Select the note or notes that you want to collapse.
3 From the Annotations menu, choose Collapse Sticky Notes. All
selected notes change to a collapsed form.
Tip
Avoid putting collapsed sticky notes close together on the page if others
will be viewing the item using the PaperPort Viewer. In the PaperPort
Viewer, all notes are collapsed or expanded. If placed too close together,
some notes may overlap when expanded.
To expand a collapsed Sticky Note
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
2 Double-click on the note you want to expand.
- Or From the Annotations menu, choose Expand Sticky Notes. The
selected note expands. Double-click on the note. The text pointer
appears at the beginning of the note so that you can start typing new text.
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Adding Markup Text
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Text. The cursor
changes to an insertion point.
2 Select the location in the target item where you want to add a markup
and type the text.
3 To end the note, click elsewhere on the page.
- Or Select one of the other Annotation tools.
Markups should be a single line. You cannot press enter and type a
second line.
Highlighting Information
Use the Highlighter tool to emphasize or mark important paragraphs or
key phrases of an item.
To highlight an item
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Highlighting.
2 Position the cursor at the beginning of the text, hold down the left mouse
button, and drag the cursor across the text you want to highlight.
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To add Markup text
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Use Add Text for preprinted forms. The added text looks and prints just
as if you had typed it on the original form.
Adding Freehand Annotations
Use Freehand to draw, underline, circle, scribble, or mark an item.
To add a freehand annotation
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Freehand
Annotation. The cursor changes to a pencil.
2 Drag the pencil to make annotations on the item.
To change the line width of the freehand annotation
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In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
Select the freehand annotation.
From the Annotations menu, choose Line Width.
Select one of the line width options. The selected freehand annotation is
displayed in the new width.
Drawing Lines and Arrows
Use Add Line or Arrow to point to important details or connect an
annotation to an area in an item.
To add lines and arrows
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Line or Arrow.
The cursor changes to a cross hair.
2 Drag the mouse to draw a line with an arrow.
To change the line width or arrowheads
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In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Add Line or Arrow.
Select the line or arrow. Handles appear at each end.
From the Annotations menu, choose Line Arrowhead or Line Width.
Select one of the arrowhead or line-width options. The selected line or
arrow is drawn with the new arrowhead style.
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Creating New Items
1 From the File menu, choose New Item.
2 A new, blank item appears. In Page View you can cut and paste items
onto the new item.
Adding Graphics to Items
A picture or graphic can be added to an item. Use this feature to
incorporate art from other applications.
To add a graphic
1 Launch the application that contains the graphic and display the graphic.
2 Copy the graphic to the Clipboard. The graphic cannot be larger than the
page you’re pasting it to in the PaperPort software. If you think the
graphic won’t fit on the page, try reducing its size within the application
before copying it to the PaperPort software.
3 Switch to the PaperPort software.
4 Display the target item in Page View. If you paste the selected graphic in
Desktop View, a new item is created containing the selected graphic.
5 From the Edit menu, choose Paste. The graphic appears in the item at
the upper-left corner of the page with a dotted outline around it.
Note
Do not click anywhere else on the page or on another tool until the
graphic is positioned exactly as you want it. If you click elsewhere on
the page or if you click on another tool, the graphic is deselected and
embedded in the page, and it cannot be moved. If the graphic is not
where you want it, choose Undo Paste or Undo All from the Edit
menu.
6 To move the graphic, place the pointer within the dotted outline. The
pointer changes to a hand.
7 Drag the graphic to the new location.
8 When the graphic is positioned where you want it, click elsewhere on
the page. The graphic is now embedded in the item.
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To create a new item
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You can create a new, blank item, and then add annotations or copy and
paste text or graphics onto it.
Fine-Tuning Annotations
You can fine-tune an annotation by specifying the font and color of the
text or background or by moving and resizing the annotation.
Selecting the Font or Color
You can select the font, style, point size, or color of the text of a text
markup or Sticky Note before or after typing it. You can also change the
color of an annotation already drawn on the page.
To set the font, style, point size, or color
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click either Add Text or Add
Sticky Note.
2 From the Annotations menu, choose Font.
3 Select options from the Font, Font Style, Size, or Color lists. As you
make your selections, the sample changes to show you the new font
characteristics.
4 Click OK. When you type text with the annotation tool, the text will
have the new font characteristics.
To edit the font features of an existing annotation
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On the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
Select the annotation.
From the Annotations menu, choose Font.
Select new font features from the Font dialog box, and then click OK.
The text in the annotation will have the new characteristics. If necessary,
the annotation box will resize to fit the new text.
To set the color for a tool
1 On the Annotation Tool Bar, click a tool.
2 From the Annotations menu, choose Color.
3 Select the color you want to use and click OK. Now the tool will draw
in that color. If you click the Sticky Note tool, the background of the
sticky note annotation will be the color you selected.
To change the color of text, use the Font command as described earlier
in this section.
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To change the color of an existing annotation
You cannot change the background color of Add Text annotations.
Editing Annotation Text
You can edit the text of a Sticky Note or markup.
To edit annotation text
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
2 Double-click the annotation containing the text. The cursor becomes a
text-insertion pointer in the text.
3 Edit the text. Use the standard Windows editing features to edit the
annotation text. You can also use Cut, Copy, Paste, and Delete from the
Edit menu.
4 When you are finished editing, click elsewhere on the page, or select
one of the other annotation tools.
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Note
On the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
Select the annotation to recolor.
From the Annotations menu, choose Color.
Select a new color from the Color dialog box, and then click OK.
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Moving and Resizing Annotations
After adding an annotation, you can move it to another location on the
page or change its size
To resize annotations
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
2 Select the annotation you want to resize. Handles appear on the frame
surrounding the annotation, indicating it is selected.
Freehand and Add Text annotations cannot be resized.
Note
3 Point to the handle to drag. The pointer becomes a resize pointer.
4 Drag a handle to change the size.
To move an annotation
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In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
Select the annotation you want to move.
Point inside the annotation box (not on a handle).
Drag the annotation to the new location.
For information on moving annotations to a different page or item, see
“Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Annotations” later in this section.
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Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Annotations
To copy, cut, and paste annotations
In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
Select the annotations that you want to cut or copy.
From the Edit menu, choose Cut or Copy.
Display the page to which you want to move or paste the annotation.
This can be a page within the same stack or a page in a different item.
5 From the Edit menu, choose Paste. The pasted annotation appears at the
top-left corner of the page.
6 Drag the annotation to the location you want.
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Displaying and Hiding Annotations
You can display or hide annotations in the PaperPort software. Activate
these options using Show Annotations on the Annotation menu.
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You cannot copy annotations to documents in other applications.
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To move an annotation to a different page in a stack or copy and use it in
another item, use Cut, Copy, and Paste from the Edit menu.
Undoing Annotations
The undo options only apply to the page on which you’re working.
To undo the newest annotation, from the Edit menu, choose Undo New
Annotation. The last annotation added to the page is removed. This
command is only available immediately after you add a new annotation.
If you do anything else, such as move or resize the annotation or switch
to another page and back, the Undo New Annotation command is no
longer available.
To undo all the annotations, from the Edit menu choose Undo All
Changes.
Deleting Annotations
You can delete individual annotations one at a time or delete multiple
annotations at the same time.
To delete annotations
1 In Page View on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations.
2 Select the annotation(s) you want to delete.
3 Press [Delete].
- Or From the Edit menu, choose Delete.
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Importing and Exporting with the
PaperPort Software
Using the Import and Export Feature
Using the PaperPort software, you can import files created in other
applications and export files to other applications. Importing allows you
to edit, organize, or annotate in the PaperPort software. Exporting allows
you to save a copy of an item either as a backup or in another file format.
The PaperPort software can import and export items in the following file
formats:
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Format
Description
PaperPort file (.MAX)
A file previously saved in the PaperPort software for
Windows or the PaperPort software for Macintosh.
Bitmap (.BMP)
A format used often for displaying and storing images.
Tag Image File Format
(.TIF)
A format that works well for storage and exchange
between desktop publishing and graphic arts
applications. TIFF also works well between different
platforms, such as Microsoft Windows and Macintosh.
The PaperPort software supports single and multipage
TIFFs.
PC Paintbrush (.PCX)
A format commonly used for paint applications.
Windows Images (.DCX)
A format for multipage .PCX files.
Joint Photographic
Exports Group (.JPG)
An international standard for the compression of digital
photographic images.
Graphic Interchange
Format (.GIF)
A format for images on online services and the World
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To import a file created in another application or to
open a previously exported item
1 From the File menu, choose Import.
2 From the List Files of Type drop-down list, select the format type.
3 In the File Name list, select the file to import and click OK.
Exporting Items
Exporting an item saves a copy of it as a file. The original item remains
in the PaperPort software.
If you export a PaperPort software item in any format other than a
PaperPort (.MAX) file, annotations in that file cannot be edited, deleted,
or moved. If the annotations are hidden, they are not exported.
Note
To export an item as a file
1 In Desktop View, select the item you want to export. To export one page
from a stack, display the page, unstack the page, and select it.
From the File menu, choose Export.
In the Export Files as Type drop-down list, select the file format.
Select the drive and directory where you want to save the item.
Type the name of the file in the File Name box. If you don’t type a name
for the file, the PaperPort software uses the item’s title. If the title is
longer than eight characters, the PaperPort software uses only the first
eight characters of the title.
6 Click OK.
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Exporting Compressed Files
Because exported files can sometimes be large and take a long time to
export, the PaperPort software has a built-in compression feature for
files that are exported in the .JPG file format.
Compression speeds up the export process, but at the same time
decreases the image quality. The PaperPort software lets you adjust the
image quality setting to meet your particular needs.
To set compression and image quality
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Exporting
Higher image quality gives lower compression and slower export speed.
Lower image quality gives higher compression and faster export speed.
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1 From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.
2 In the Category list, click the Import/Export icon.
3 Drag the slider to adjust the image quality.
Printing from Other Applications
You can print files from other applications to the PaperPort software.
Note
Color images are converted to grayscale when printed to the PaperPort
software. To retain the color, use the PaperPort software Import
command to import the file to the PaperPort software.
To print from other applications to the PaperPort
software
1 Open the file in the application you want to print from.
2 In the application, choose the command to set up the printer. If you have
questions about how to set up the printer in your application, refer to its
user’s manual.
3 In the list of printers, select PaperPort on Desktop and click PaperPort to
set it as the current printer.
4 Choose Print to PaperPort. The file will appear as a new, untitled item in
Desktop View.
Note
After you finish printing to the PaperPort software, reset the application
to your regular printer.
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Adding Summary Information to Items
You can add summary information to items to help you find them
quickly.
If you’re going to combine items into a stack, add the summary
information after stacking the pages. If you add summary information to
individual items and then stack those items, the summary information
will be lost.
Note
The fields are described in the following table.
Option
Description
Title
The field will be blank if the item is “Untitled.” Changing the title here
also changes it in Desktop View.
Creator
Type your name.
Keywords
Words the PaperPort software uses to find items. Separate keywords
with a comma. During a search, tell the PaperPort software which
keywords to find, and the PaperPort software finds items with
keywords that match any that you specify.
Comments
Add any additional information about the items. The PaperPort
software can also use these comments to search for and find items.
4 Click OK. Summary information is attached to the item and will appear
in the Summary Information dialog box.
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Importing and
Exporting
1 Select an item or display the item in Page View.
2 From the File menu, choose Summary Info.
3 Enter the summary information in the Summary Information dialog box.
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To add summary information to an item
Finding Information
The PaperPort software allows you to quickly find files, items, or
annotations.
Finding Files
If you want to import a file, but don’t remember its name or where it’s
located, use the Find File feature from the Import dialog box.
To find a file that you have already exported
1 In the Import dialog box, click Find File.
2 Select the drive and directory where you want to search for the file.
3 Select Search Subdirectories to search all the subdirectories within the
specified directory.
4 Enter information in the Search by Date Modified box to find the file
based on the date when it was last modified. Enter the date in
month/day/year format. Select Before to search all files prior to the date;
select After to search after that date. For a description of the remaining
fields, see the following section, “Finding Items.”
5 In the Search for Text boxes, enter the text on which the search should
be based.
6 Click Find. The PaperPort software will search using the criteria you’ve
specified and will list all matching files.
Finding Items
You can find items by the text in the Summary Information dialog box
and Annotation text.
To find an item in Desktop View
1 From the Edit menu, choose Find Item.
- Or Click Find on the command bar.
2 In the appropriate box, type the information that you want the PaperPort
software to use to find the item. The search options are described in
Table 7-1.
3 Select the search criteria, as described in Table 7-2.
4 Click Find to find the first item that matches the search criteria and
select it in Desktop View.
- Or Click Find All to find all items that match your search criteria and list
them in the Items Found dialog box. Then, double-click an item in the
list to display its thumbnail, or click Go To.
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Tip
If you chose Find and want to see the next item in the search that meets
the search criteria, from the Edit menu, choose Find Next or press [F3].
Table 7-1 Search Options
Title
The title assigned to the item.
Creator
The name listed in the Summary Information dialog box as
the creator of the item.
Keywords
The item’s keywords listed in the Summary Information
dialog box.
Comments
Comments added in the item’s Summary Information dialog
box.
Annotation
Annotation text added to the item with the PaperPort
Annotation Tools.
Table 7-2 Search Criteria
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Search Criteria
Description
Match Any Field
Find items when any of the search criteria in the Find Item
dialog box matches any information in the Summary
Information dialog box.
Match All Fields
Find only those items that match all of the search criteria.
This option is available only when there is text in more than
one of the criteria fields.
Case Sensitive
Finds only items where the title, creator, keywords,
comments, and annotations have exactly the same
combination of uppercase and lowercase characters as the
search criteria text.
Whole Word Only
Finds items only if the whole word of the summary
information matches the whole word of the search criteria
text.
Folders: Search
All/Search Current
Search All: Searches all of your personal folders.
Search Current: Searches only the folder that is currently
open.
Direction: Up/Down
Tells the PaperPort software which direction to search first
when you choose Find. (If you choose Find All, the
direction doesn’t matter.) To search backward through the
items, select Up.
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Importing and
Exporting
Description
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Search Option
Finding Annotations
You can find an annotation based on the text in an Add Text markup or
Sticky Note.
Note
You can find annotation text in both Page View and Desktop View. In
Page View, the PaperPort software searches through the pages of the
stack. In Desktop View, the PaperPort software searches through all
items on the desktop and selects the thumbnail that has the annotation.
In Page View, the annotation that is found is selected. In Desktop View,
the item found with the annotation text is selected.
To find an annotation
1 In Page View, from the Edit menu, choose Find Annotation.
- Or In Desktop View, from the Edit menu, choose Find Item.
2 Enter the text you want to find and select the search options.
3 Click Find and the PaperPort software begins searching.
4 To find the next occurrence of the annotation, from the Edit menu
choose Find Next.
Tip
If the annotation you’re looking for is on a page in a stack, find the stack
in Desktop View, switch to Page View, and then press [F3]. The
PaperPort software finds the page with the annotation and displays it.
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Using Object Linking and Embedding
(OLE)
Before starting, check the application’s documentation to see if it
supports OLE.
To insert a PaperPort software item into another
application
1 In the container application, click where you want the scanned object to
be inserted.
2 From that application’s Edit or Insert menu, choose Insert Object, or a
similar command.
3 Select PaperPort Document and click OK. The PaperPort software
opens. A message summarizes the steps to insert an item.
4 Click Continue.
5 In Desktop View, select the item that you want to insert into the other
application.
6 On the Command Bar, click OLE Rtn.
- Or From the File menu, choose Return to <File Name>, where the file
name is the name of the container file.
A message appears asking you to complete the OLE connection.
7 Click Yes to insert the selected item into the container application. The
scanned item appears at the insertion point in that application.
- Or To select a different item, click Cancel, and the PaperPort software
remains open. If you do not want to insert the item, click No.
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Importing and
Exporting
Note
7
You can insert a PaperPort software item into another Windows
application, such as Microsoft Word, using object linking and
embedding (OLE). The item will appear as a thumbnail in the Word
document (the container application), creating a special link between the
PaperPort software and Word. When you double-click the thumbnail in
Word, the PaperPort software opens and you can view or edit the item. If
you edit the item in the PaperPort software, those edits will also appear
in the thumbnail in Word.
You can insert an item into a container application in two other ways:
• Copy the item from the PaperPort software to the clipboard and paste it
into the container application. The OLE link is established when the
item is pasted.
• Open both applications, select the item in the PaperPort software and,
while holding down [Ctrl], drag the item into the container application.
When you release the mouse button in the container application, the
OLE link is established.
To edit an inserted OLE item
1 In the container application, double-click the item’s thumbnail. The
PaperPort software opens and a temporary copy of the item is selected.
In Desktop View, a dotted outline around the copy indicates it is linked
to a container application.
2 Edit the item in Page View. Annotations will appear on the item in Page
View but not on the thumbnail in the container application. Other edits,
such as pasted graphics, will appear on the thumbnail.
3 From the File menu, choose Update PaperPort Document in <File
Name>. The file name is the name of the container file. If you updated
the item, the container application is displayed with the updated
thumbnail.
Note
If you don’t want to update the item in the container application, click
OLE Rtn, or choose Return to <File Name> from the File menu.
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8
Linking to Other Applications
Using Link Icons
With the PaperPort software you can send scanned items to other
applications using icons on the Link Bar. The links available to the
PaperPort software depend on the applications installed on your
computer. The PaperPort software automatically displays the link icons
described as follows:
• Printer—Print items instead of selecting the Print command from the
File menu.
• Fax —Fax items using your fax software. If you are using one of the fax
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•
•
•
•
Tip
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applications that the PaperPort software supports, the icon for that
application appears. If you are using another fax application, the icon
will be a generic fax icon. You can select that fax application in the
PaperPort Preferences dialog box.
Word Processor—Open items after the text is converted by your OCR
software. The PaperPort software will create a link icon for each
supported OCR application on your computer. You can then convert
text directly to that application using the drag-and-drop techniques.
Spreadsheet—Displays the spreadsheet selected for the OCR software
provided with the PaperPort software. Use this link when you want to
convert a scanned spreadsheet into editable numbers and text. Like the
word processor link, this link will process an item, convert the text and
numbers, and then open the item in the selected spreadsheet application.
E-mail—Send a PaperPort item as an attachment to an e-mail message.
The Link Bar displays an e-mail icon for each supported e-mail
application installed on your computer.
OCR—If other OCR applications are installed on your computer, their
icons will appear on the Link Bar. When you use an OCR link, the OCR
application will ask what format to convert the file to.
Graphics (and other applications)—The PaperPort software adds
icons for other applications, such as graphics applications, to the Link
Bar as needed.
For information about selecting the scanning options that will give the
best results for items that you want to process with your OCR software,
or send as e-mail or fax, see Chapter 2, Using the Scanner.
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Using Links
The steps for using links are similar regardless of the type of link.
To use links
1 Scan the item into the PaperPort software.
2 Drag the item onto the appropriate link icon on the Link Bar.
- Or From the File menu, choose Links and select the appropriate link
application from the Links submenu.
- Or Select the item and click the link icon.
3 Continue using the linked application as described in its documentation.
Note
Some applications limit the number of pages that can be received from
the PaperPort link. If you have trouble with large stacks of pages, try
sending the pages in smaller batches.
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Using Printer Links
You can print items from both Page View and Desktop View in black
and white and in grayscale.
To print an item
1 In Desktop View, select the item to print. If you’re displaying the item in
Page View, you do not have to select it.
Note
If the item has annotations that you don’t want to print, display the item
in Page View. Then clear the Show Annotations command on the
Annotations menu.
2 Drag the item onto the Printer icon on the Link Bar.
- Or Click the Printer icon.
- Or From the File menu, choose Print.
3 In the Print dialog box, select the print options as described in the
following table.
Print Option
Description
Print Range
All: Prints all pages of the selected item.
Pages: Prints a range of pages from the selected
stack. Type the pages to print from and to.
Print to File
Prints pages to a file instead of to a printer. When
you click OK, a dialog box appears in which you
designate which file to print to.
Copies
Prints the number of copies you specify.
Collate Copies
Prints each set of copies as specified in Copies,
with all pages in consecutive order.
4 Click OK to begin printing.
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Linking to Other
Applications
If you have cleared Display Print Dialog in the PaperPort Preferences
dialog box, printing starts immediately. Skip steps 3 and 4.
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Note
Using Fax Links
You can scan an item into the PaperPort software, add annotations, and
fax the item provided your computer has access to a fax modem and fax
software.
To send items using the fax link
1 In Desktop View, select the item you want to fax.
2 If you don’t want PaperPort annotations to appear in the faxed item,
clear Show Annotations from the Annotations menu.
3 Drag the item onto the Fax icon on the Link Bar.
- Or From the File menu, choose Links. Then select the fax name from the
submenu.
- Or Click the Fax icon.
- Or To send a fax from Page View, from the File menu, choose Links.
4 To complete the fax, refer to the documentation that came with your fax
software.
To read a fax in the PaperPort software
1 From the File menu, choose Import Fax. The Import Fax dialog box
appears and lists the faxed items available in the PaperPort software.
2 Select one of the faxed items in the list. A thumbnail of it appears in the
dialog box.
- Or Click Select All to convert all of the faxed items.
3 Click Import. The selected faxed item(s) appear in Desktop View.
4 Display the item in Page View to read the fax.
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Using Word Processor OCR Links
Once text is scanned into the PaperPort software, the text becomes an
image that cannot be edited. However, the PaperPort software has
optical character recognition (OCR) software to process scanned text
when using a Word Processing or Spreadsheet link icon. The OCR
software converts the scanned text image to editable text; it does not
translate photos or graphics. You can process an entire item or only the
text that you select. You have several options for using OCR software
with the PaperPort software, as described in the following procedures.
To use the provided OCR software
1 In Desktop View, select an item.
2 Drag the item onto the Word Processing or Spreadsheet icon on the
Link Bar.
- Or Click the Word Processing or Spreadsheet icon.
- Or From the File menu, select Links and then select the word processing or
spreadsheet software from the submenu.
1 In Desktop View, select an item.
2 Drag the item onto that OCR icon on the Link Bar.
- Or Click the OCR icon.
- Or From the File menu, choose Links and then select the OCR software
from the submenu.
The file is processed by the OCR software and then opens in your
selected word processing or spreadsheet application.
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Linking to Other
Applications
To process text using another OCR software link
8
The OCR software converts the item to editable text. The word
processing or spreadsheet application opens and the converted text is
displayed as an untitled document.
To process text using the Copy As Text command
1 In Desktop View, select an item.
2 From the Edit menu, choose Copy As Text. The PaperPort software
processes the text with the OCR software and places the editable text on
the Clipboard. You can then paste the text into another application, such
as a word processor.
Note
If you want to process only a portion of a page, display the item in Page
View, on the Annotation Tool Bar, click Edit Annotations, and then
select the portion of text that you want to process.
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Using E-Mail Links
You can send an item from the PaperPort software using your e-mail
software.
To send items using e-mail
1 In Desktop View, select the item you want to send.
2 Drag the item onto the E-Mail icon on the Link Bar.
- Or Click the E-Mail icon.
- Or From the File menu, select Links, then select the e-mail software name
from the Links submenu.
3 If necessary, log on to your e-mail software.
4 Fill in the message information and send the message.
If you want to send a PaperPort item to someone who doesn’t currently
have the PaperPort software, you can attach the PaperPort Viewer. For
more information on PaperPort Viewers, see Appendix A.
Receiving PaperPort Files in E-Mail
When you receive an e-mail message with an attached PaperPort file,
you can view the attached file in one of the following ways, depending
on your e-mail software:
• Double-click the attachment to display it.
• Press [Shift] and double-click the attachment to automatically run the
PaperPort software and display the attachment.
• Save the attached file using your e-mail Save or Save As command, and
then open the attachment in the PaperPort software.
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Linking to Other
Applications
Note
8
The PaperPort software creates a file with a .MAX extension and
attaches the item to an e-mail message. If the item is a single page, the
file name begins with PAGE and is followed by the item’s number, for
example PAGE0002.MAX.
Setting Preferences for Links
Each link icon on the Link Bar has a set of preferences for customizing
the way the link operates.
To set preferences for the Links
1 From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.
- Or Right-click the link icon, and choose Preferences.
Use the scrollbar to see the link icons on the list.
2 Click the icon you want to customize. The options in the Preferences
dialog box will apply to the icon you clicked.
3 Select the options for the link and click OK.
Note
Use the generic fax and word processor links to specify software that is
not automatically supported by the PaperPort software. To use one of
these links, click it and then assign the desired application’s .EXE file to
it.
PaperPort Link Preferences
The options available in the PaperPort Preferences dialog box depend on
the applications that reside on your computer. Therefore, some of your
PaperPort preference options may differ from those shown in the
following table.
Link Icon
Option
Description
All that appear on the
Link Bar
Display Link Icon
Select to see the icon on the Link Bar. If this option is not selected,
the icon does not appear, but you can still use the link by choosing
it from the Link submenu.
E-Mail
File Format to Use
Select the file format in which to save the item when it is attached to
an e-mail message. The available formats may include PaperPort
(.MAX) and several Windows graphics formats. If you choose
PaperPort (.MAX), the recipient must have the PaperPort software
or the PaperPort Viewer installed to read the attached PaperPort file.
Save Password
Select if you want the PaperPort software to require a password
before starting the e-mail application. If you save your password,
the PaperPort software bypasses the Login dialog box. Not all
e-mail links support this preference.
Receipt
Select for a return receipt when the e-mail message is received and
opened by a recipient.
Log
Select if you want a copy of the message to be put into the user’s
log.
Automatic Page
Orientation
Select to determine whether the page is in portrait or landscape
mode, and send it in that mode.
Fax, Generic Fax
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Link Icon
Generic Fax
Select a Fax Driver
Assign a fax driver to your fax software (one that the PaperPort
software does not configure automatically). The PaperPort software
will add the fax icon to the Link Bar.
Graphics and
additional OCR
File Format to Use
Select the file format in which to save the graphic item. The options
will be Windows graphics formats, such as .BMP and .PCX.
Replace Desktop Item if
Modified
Select if you want an image that you modified in a graphics program
to replace the original one in the PaperPort software.
Show Annotation Warning
If selected, a warning message appears when you drag an image
onto the graphics link, reminding you that if you make any changes
to the image in the graphics software and save the changes, all
annotations made to the item in the PaperPort software are deleted.
Collate Copies
Select to print multiple copies, with the pages of each copy in
sequence.
Automatic Page
Orientation
Select to change the page orientation of the printer to match the
selected item’s page orientation.
Display Print Dialog
Select to display the Print dialog box before the item is printed.
Word Processor Software
Enter the path name for the software that will receive converted text
from OCR software. You can also set this link to send converted text
to a word processor software or spreadsheet.
Browse
Click to select the software file (.EXE) for the OCR link. When you
find and select the .EXE file, the full path name is entered in the
Application field.
Document Format
Select the format for the converted text. For supported software, the
PaperPort software will automatically choose the correct format.
The format must be supported by both the OCR software and the
word processor software.
OCR Package
Select supported OCR software to assign a word processor link on
the Link Bar.
OCR Settings
Click to see special settings for the OCR software you selected. Two
typical options are:
Auto Orientation: Matches the orientation of the converted text to
the original text.
Decolumnized Output: Organizes the text into a single format,
even if the original document has multiple columns such as those in
a newspaper article.
Printer
Word Processor,
Spreadsheet, Copy as
Text, Generic Word
Processor
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Linking to Other
Applications
Description
Click to display a dialog box for other fax setup options, such as
page size and orientation. The options depend on the fax software.
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Option
Setup
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9
Troubleshooting and Error Messages
Overview
This chapter describes problems that can occur during the scanning
process, including error messages you may encounter, that can originate
from several sources:
• At the scanner. Most of the messages displayed on the control panel of
the scanner are status or information messages. However, error
messages, requiring some action to be taken before scanning can
proceed, are also displayed. These messages, together with
recommended actions, are described in this chapter.
• In the user software. Messages are displayed in the HP Network ScanJet
5 Utility when an error occurs while the user is performing some
function connected with scanning. If the user is using the PaperPort
software as their inbox, problems may occur and error messages may be
displayed in connection with this software. Solutions to the HP Network
ScanJet 5 Utility and PaperPort software problems and error messages
can be found both in this document and in the HP Network ScanJet 5
Scanner Administrator’s Guide.
• In the administrative software. Error messages are displayed in
JetAdmin when an error occurs during an administrative process.
Solutions to these problems can be found later in this chapter.
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Scanner Troubleshooting
If you have problems with the scanner, proceed as described in the
following paragraphs.
Scanner is not Working
Make sure of the following:
• The power cord is connected securely to the scanner and is plugged into
an electrical outlet.
• The scanner is turned on.
• The scanner is connected to the network.
• The scanner is unlocked. If you try to scan a document when the scanner
is locked, it will emit a harsh, grinding sound.
If these conditions are met, turn the scanner off, wait 30 seconds, and
turn the scanner back on to reset it.
Control Panel is not Working
Make sure of the following:
• The power cord is plugged into an electrical outlet.
• The control panel is correctly connected to the network box.
• Check the control panel contrast. You can change the contrast using the
arrow keys.
If the problem persists, call your network administrator.
Scanned Image Quality is Poor
If scanned pages are blank, white, or have repeated patterns, first make
sure that a page is not already on the scanner glass.
Scanner Overheats
The scanner automatically shuts off if environmental conditions cause it
to overheat. If this happens, switch the on/off switch to off, wait for the
scanner to cool down, and switch on the scanner to operate.
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Clearing Paper Jams
When you have a paper jam, the scanner
control panel displays an error message
directing you to where it occurred: the
start of a page, the end of a page, or inside
the ADF. Use one of the procedures to
clear the paper jam.
To clear jams at the start of a
page
Open the ADF cover.
Remove the jammed paper.
Close the ADF cover securely.
The control panel prompts you to do
one of the following:
• Reinsert the paper and press the [Go]
button to continue scanning.
• Stop scanning and save your data by
pressing [Stop].
• Stop scanning without saving your
data by pressing [Abort].
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To clear jams at the end of a page
1 Open the ADF cover, and lift up the
document tray.
2 Remove the jammed paper.
3 Close the document tray and the ADF
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cover securely.
The control panel prompts you to do
one of the following:
Reinsert the paper and press [Go] to
continue scanning.
Stop scanning and save your data by
pressing [Stop].
Stop scanning without saving your
data by pressing [Abort].
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To clear jams inside the ADF
1 Open the ADF cover.
2 Lift up the ADF unit.
3 Open the delivery guide by grasping
the small plastic handles on either
side of the delivery guide and pulling
down.
4 Remove the jammed paper.
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5 Close the delivery guide sheet by
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7
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aligning its holes with the small
plastic spindles on the delivery guide
and pressing down.
Close the document tray and the ADF
cover securely.
The control panel prompts you to do
one of the following:
Reinsert the paper and press [Go] to
continue scanning.
Stop scanning and save your data by
pressing [Stop].
Stop scanning without saving your
data by pressing [Abort].
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Control Panel Error Messages
Error messages displayed at the control panel are identified by a
number, which HP Support Service uses to resolve the problem, if
necessary. In some cases a second number, further identifying the
problem, will also be included.
Note
If you do not find the message here, contact your network administrator.
Internal Errors
Error Message
Error Description
Actions
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Internal Error
Internal Disk Error.
Press any key...
The internal message information You can continue to use the
for the language you’ve chosen
scanner, which will display the
cannot be accessed.
messages in English.
74
Internal Error
Internal Disk Error.
Press any key ...
The internal message information You can continue to use the
for the language you’ve chosen is scanner, which will display the
corrupted.
messages partially in the language
you’ve chosen and partially in
English.
Network Errors
Error Description
Actions
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No Users Found
Press any key...
The scanner has been correctly
initialized, but the destination pool
is empty (not an error).
Ask the network administrator to
add destinations/printers to the
scanner.
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No Destinations
Found.
Press any key …
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No Printers Found.
Press any key ...
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Error Message
Error Description
Actions
107
No Prv Destinations
Found.
Press any key...
The private destinations related to
the user validated at the control
panel have not been configured
previously.
Install the HP Network ScanJet 5
Utility on your computer.
Run the scanner utility to
configure your private destinations.
If the problem persists, contact
your network administrator.
135
Too Many
Destinations
Please deselect
some of them
There are too many destinations
selected on the scanner’s control
panel.
Deselect some destinations.
150
Network Error
Password Not
Found(err)
Press any key...
The scanner cannot get the user’s
password from the server.
Install and run the HP Network
ScanJet 5 Utility on your computer
and configure your password.
151
Network Error
Download Private
Error(err)
Press any key...
There is a problem reading the
private user files from the server
or the server is not available.
If the problem persists, contact
your network administrator.
Try the operation again after a few
seconds.
If the problem persists, call the
network administrator.
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Network Error
User Not
Reachable(err)
Transaction Log Error Messages
Error Message
Error Description
108
Destination Locked
<User Name>(err)
The destination workarea is locked. In the Network ScanJet 5 Utility,
unlock the workarea.
112
Send To User Error
<User Name>(err)
The scanner detected an error
while sending data to a user. The
scanning job has been canceled.
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Actions
Check if the available disk space
for your workarea is full.
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Error Message
Error Description
Actions
160
Open Remote File
Error
<filename>(err)
An error has occurred in opening,
reading, or writing a file on the
server disk. This error occurs
when a file cannot be created in
the destination workarea.
Check if the available disk space
for your workarea is full.
170
Transport
Connection Error
<server
Identifier>(err)
The scanner detected an error
while trying to contact the
specified server.
Try scanning again.
172
Scanner Validation
Error
<server
identifier>(err)
The scanner detected an error
while trying to be validated by the
server.
Try scanning the document again.
173
Connections Timed
Out
<object name>(err)
Try scanning the document again.
The scanner detected an error
while trying to send a document or
get data from a server.
161
Read Remote File
Error
<filename>(err)
162
Write Remote File
Error
<filename>(err)
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Net Channel Full
<object name>(err)
Troubleshooting
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No Data On Channel
<object name>(err)
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HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility Error
Messages
The HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility error messages are displayed in the
following table. If you do not find the message here, contact your
system administrator.
Error Message
Error Description
Actions
Not all addresses
could be imported.
Total imported
<number>. Do you
want to see the log
file?
The import procedure could not be Answer Yes and look in the log file
completed for one of the following for the reason why the addresses
reasons:
could not be imported.
The maximum number of e-mail
destinations has been reached.
The e-mail line syntax is not
correct. The line has been skipped.
The e-mail address is already
present.
Cannot access
private data into
workarea.
There is a problem accessing your Check if the required network
workarea on the server.
connection is still available (using
Windows File Manager or
Windows Explorer).
Cannot report errors. The service you are trying to
access does not start.
Make sure the software is installed
correctly.
Make sure there are enough
system resources available to run
the software.
Could not create this The HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
inbox.
could not create the inbox.
Check to make sure system
resources are not low.
Could not initialize
the networking
services.
Make sure the software is installed
correctly.
The service you are trying to
access does not start.
Make sure there are enough
system resources available to run
the software.
Could not initialize
The service you are trying to
Visioneer PaperPort. access does not start.
Automatic Workflows
will not be available.
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Make sure the software is installed
correctly.
Make sure there are enough
system resources available to run
the software.
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Error Message
Error Description
Actions
Could not open the
The file could not be opened.
file. Please verify it is
not used by other
The file may be in use by another
applications.
application.
Close the file or the application
that is using it.
Verify the rights to access the file.
The file may be corrupt.
The user does not have rights to
access the file.
A document was
The HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
received for an
was unable to complete the
automatic workflow
automatic workflow link.
which does not exist.
Make sure the link has not been
deleted in the PaperPort software.
E-mail address
already present.
The user is creating an e-mail
address with the same internet
address as an existing e-mail
destination.
Type a unique internet address for
the e-mail destination.
E-mail functionality
is not enabled.
E-mail will not be
available.
The currently selected user is a
Novell NetWare user.
The error reporting
service could not be
initialized.
The service you are trying to
access does not start.
Select Change user from the
Options menu and select a user
belonging to a Windows NT
The HP NetWork Scanner Service domain.
does not provide e-mail
functionality.
Verify the HP NetWork Scanner
Service that is configured on the
server has been upgraded.
Make sure the software is installed
correctly.
Your fax document was not sent.
The file conversion
service was unable
to be initialized.
The service you are trying to
access does not start.
Wait a few minutes and resend
your fax document.
Call your system administrator.
Make sure the software is installed
correctly.
Make sure there are enough
system resources available to run
the software.
The following
component can not
be found.
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The HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
cannot find a needed .DLL.
Check if the software has been
correctly installed.
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Your fax document
could not be
successfully sent to
its destination.
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Make sure there are enough
system resources available to run
the software.
Error Message
Error Description
Actions
General network
error.
There is a problem accessing the
network.
Make sure the network
connections are present and the
server is accessible.
An inbox with this
The user is creating an inbox with
name already exists. the same name as an existing
Please choose a
inbox.
different name.
Type a unique name for the inbox.
The new password
could not be
confirmed. Please
make sure the
confirmation
password exactly
matches the new
password.
The password in the New box is
different from the password in the
Confirm box.
Type the password in the New
box, and then type the same
password in the Confirm box.
There are no valid
network users
available. Please
connect to a valid
network user and
run this program
again. Do you want
to see the log file?
The user is connected as an
unsupported network user.
Select Yes and check in the log
file why the found users have been
accepted as valid.
There are no valid
network users
available. Please
connect to a valid
network user and
run this program
again. <Error
Description>
The network user is connected but Connect as a valid user.
is not a valid user.
Check the connection.
Unable to show the
log file.
An error is occuring while trying to Verify the file is not being used by
show the file.
another application and close that
application.
Connect as a valid user.
Check the connection(s).
See <Error description>.
Verify the WRITE.EXE application
is available on your PC under the
SYSTEM32 directory.
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PaperPort Software Troubleshooting
This section provides solutions to some common problems you may
encounter while using the PaperPort software. The problems are
grouped into the following topics:
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Installation problems
Printing problems
Fax problems
OCR problems
Import and export file problems
Missing e-mail links
Installation Problems
Windows fails to restart.
If Windows fails to restart when you choose Restart Windows at the
end of the installation, the installation has not been successful and
PaperPort software will not work. This includes cases in which the
system “hangs” or “freezes” or exits to DOS. Try running the
installation program again. If the problem occurs again, quit Windows.
Then, at the DOS prompt, change to the Windows System directory by
typing CD C:\WINDOWS, and press [Enter]. Then type PPUPDATE,
and press [Enter]. This completes the installation.
Not enough disk space.
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PaperPort software requires at least 8 MB of available disk space to be
installed. After you select the PaperPort software and data directories,
the installation program checks that your computer has enough available
disk space. Try deleting unnecessary files or archiving older data to
floppy disks or some other medium, if you need more disk space.
Printing Problems
Highlighted annotations are opaque when printed on HP LaserJet 4
printers.
The LaserJet 4 printer driver has two graphics modes: HP-GL/2 and
Raster. If you are using Win 3.1x, double-click the printer icon in the
Control Panel; then change the graphic mode to Raster. If you are using
Win 95, change to Raster mode in the Graphics Tab, under Properties, in
the Printer Settings. For more information on changing the graphics
mode on your computer, see the documentation that came with Windows.
Images are reduced in size.
If necessary, PaperPort software automatically reduces the size of the
image to fit it on the page. For example, if you scan an 8.5- x 11-inch
(21.59- x 27.94-cm) page, then the image in PaperPort software will be
8.5 x 11 inches (21.59 x 27.94 cm) from edge to edge. However, most
printers cannot print right up to the edge of the paper. To get the image
to fit into this printable area, you must slightly reduce the size of the
image.
Fax Problems
“Import Fax for WinFax PRO 4.0” does not appear in the File menu.
Check your WIN.INI file for the line Fax Path=<path> under the
section[winfax], and then check this path for the file STATUS.FTM.
If either is missing, try reinstalling WinFax PRO.
Fax link doesn’t work.
In the PaperPort Preferences, click the Fax category and make sure that
the correct fax driver is selected. Once the correct fax driver has been
selected, the fax software will start when you drop an item onto the Fax
Link icon. If the fax software still does not start, try reinstalling it.
OCR Problems
Items lose their formatting or have strange formatting codes in
them.
- Or The OCR link starts the wrong word processor.
You must configure the word-processor links, specifying the correct
output word-processor, by choosing Preferences from the Edit menu
and then selecting the word-processing icon under Category.
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A high percentage of incorrect characters appears in an item that
was converted with the OCR link.
The accuracy of the OCR link depends in large part on the quality, size,
and structure of the original document and on the quality of the scan
itself. To obtain the best possible results when using the OCR link,
choose a scan setting specific to text and do the following:
• Process only pages that have crisp, clear text. Letters that have gaps, that
“bleed” along their edges, or that touch other letters will not work well
with the OCR link. Note that underlining and text that is close to
non-text items, such as graphics, will also degrade OCR results.
• Process only pages that contain 9-point text or larger.
• Adjust the Image setting to get the densest, clearest letters without any
“bleeding” along their edges.
• Straighten pages either by rescanning the pages or by using the
Straighten Page command.
Import and Export File Problems
Exported files expand in size when opened in a paint program.
Many paint programs ignore the dpi resolution information in BMP,
PCX, and TIFF files. These programs assume that the resolution of the
file is the same as the current screen resolution. Because these files
actually contain more information than the screen can display, they grow
in size. The following are some possible solutions:
• Instead of using the Export command, you can open the item in Page
Check whether the file you want to import is saved in an appropriate
format, such as BMP, PCX, or TIFF. If it is none of these formats, select
the file type you want and try importing the file again.
You can also try opening the file in a paint program and saving it as a
BMP file under a new file name. Then try opening the new file in
PaperPort software.
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Troubleshooting
Unable to import a file.
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View, cut out the information, and then paste it into the program you
want to use or into a new file in a paint program.
• You can also open the file in a graphics program that accurately reads
the dpi resolution contained in the file.
Missing E-Mail Links
Lotus Notes link icon does not appear.
The link to Lotus Notes requires the file NOTES.EXE. The path to this
file must be typed in the LOTUS.INI file.
To make sure that the Lotus Notes icon appears, do the following:
1 Check that the file LOTUS.INI exists in your Windows directory. (If not,
skip steps 2 and 3.)
2 Check this file for the line Notes=<path>.
3 Check this path for the NOTES.EXE file. If either is missing, try
reinstalling your Notes client.
4 Check your WIN.INI file for the [Mail] section. Make sure that there
is a key entry of SMI=1.
In some cases, Lotus Notes may be configured so that PaperPort
software cannot find the files SM1.DLL or NOTES.EXE. In
MAXOPTS.INI (in the c:\PAPRPORT directory), add the following line
in the section [Lotus Notes Mail Link] specifying the path to
NOTES.EXE:
AppFile=c:\NOTES\NOTE.EXE
Lotus cc:Mail link icon does not appear.
Contact your e-mail system administrator. The link to Lotus cc:Mail
requires a Lotus cc:Mail file called VIM (Virtual Interface for
Messaging).
Note
VIM files were not shipped with Lotus cc:Mail versions prior to 2.0, but
they can be downloaded from the cc:Mail forum on CompuServe and
from the Lotus cc:Mail bulletin board service (BBS).
Check for the following:
• If the VIM files are installed but the cc:Mail link still does not appear,
check your WIN.INI file for the line SMI=1 in the section [Mail] and
the entry Program Path=<path> in the section [cc:Mail].
• Check this directory for the presence of these VIM files: CCEDIT.DLL,
CCUTIL.DLL, VIM.DLL, SMI.DLL, CCSMI.DLL, CHARSET.DLL,
COMDLG.DLL, MAILENG.DLL, MEMAN.DLL, CDVIM.DLL,
VERINFO, and README.TXT.
If any of these files are missing, then cc:Mail has not been properly
installed in this directory. Try re-installing it.
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Microsoft Mail link icon does not appear.
The Microsoft Mail link requires the file MAPI.DLL. Check the
following items to verify this file is in the correct place:
• Make sure that the path to this file, which is usually C:\MSMAIL, is
included in the path statement in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
• The WIN.INI file must include the line MAPI=1 in the [Mail] section.
Note
Installing Novell GroupWise will overwrite MAPI.DLL, making
MSMail unavailable.
WordPerfect Office link icon does not appear.
To correct this problem, perform the following steps:
1 Make sure that the file WPC.INI in your Windows directory contains the
entry WPOF=<path>\ofwin.exe (where <path> represents the
location of OFWIN.EXE) in the [AppServer] section.
2 Make sure that the file WIN.EXE is in the specified path. If it is not,
check with your network or system administrator.
Note
If Novell GroupWise has been installed, the WordPerfect Office link will
disappear. Novell GroupWise is an upgrade to the WordPerfect Office.
Da Vinci eMAIL link icon does not appear.
To correct this problem, perform the following steps:
dialog box appears.
PaperPort software so that the link icon appears.
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Troubleshooting
2 Click the Da Vinci icon in the Category area.
3 Enter the path for the Da Vinci EMAINWIN.EXE file.
4 Run Da Vinci eMAIL at least once on your computer before running
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1 From the Edit menu, choose Preferences. The PaperPort Preferences
PaperPort Software Error Messages
When a problem occurs, the PaperPort software displays a message that
indicates the type of problem. This chapter explains what to do if you
see one of these messages.
Message
Category
Recommended Action
An unsuccessful application exit
has left Windows in an unstable
state. You should restart
Windows.
General
This can occur if your computer “hangs” or
“crashes” while PaperPort software is
running, or if some other error occurs. Try
restarting Windows. Although you can
continue to work in Windows, you will not
be able to scan or start PaperPort
software again until you restart Windows.
PaperPort cannot arrange your
Desktop because system
resources are low. Please close
one or more applications and try
again.
Desktop
Quit any other applications that are
running. If there are any items in your
Startup program group, remove them,
restart Windows, and try again. Note that
some applications do not release all the
memory or resources that they use even
when you exit them. Restarting Windows
with no applications in your Startup group
can give you maximum memory and
resources.
PaperPort cannot create a
calibration file. Your disk may be
full or read-only.
General
Make sure that your disk is not full. The
calibration file requires up to 100K of disk
space. (Note that you should have at least
1 MB of free disk space to use PaperPort
software.) In addition, check that you have
read/write access to the drive containing
the PaperPort program directory.
PaperPort cannot paste because General
the clipboard image is larger
than the current page.
The image that you have cut or copied to
the Clipboard is larger than the item on
which you are trying to paste. Try copying
a smaller image to the Clipboard. If you
have a large image to paste, divide it into
sections and copy and paste each section
in turn. When pasting to a PaperPort item,
PaperPort software enables you to
position the paste precisely before
committing it.
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Message
Category
Recommended Action
PaperPort cannot read page <N> Disk and File
of the file <file name> because
the page is damaged.
An item or a page in a stack can be
damaged if your computer is shut down
while PaperPort software is running or if
PaperPort software is shut down in any
way other than by a normal exit. Attempt
to repair this file by running MAXFIX.EXE.
Then follow the instructions on the screen.
PaperPort is out of available
Memory
system memory. Please close
some other application(s) and
select Retry to proceed, or select
Cancel to close PaperPort.
These errors can be caused by low
memory, insufficient system resources, or
too few file handles. You should have at
least 4 MB of available memory (8 MB or
more to use OCR) and 50% of your
system resources. Note that your
computer should have 8 MB of physical
RAM (not virtual memory) to use the OCR
link.
To make more memory, resources, or file
handles available, try the following:
There is not enough available
memory to complete this
operation. Please see PaperPort
Help or the Troubleshooting
section of your User’s Guide.
PaperPort cannot receive printed
pages. System memory may be
low. Try exiting from other
applications.
• Create a permanent swap file in the
Virtual Memory section of the 386
Enhanced Control Panel. Use the size
suggested in the dialog box. Make sure
you have at least 20 MB of available
space on the selected drive.
• Quit any other applications that are
running. If there are any items in your
Startup program group, remove them
and restart Windows.
• If you are using a computer with less
amount of memory available by typing
MEM at the DOS prompt. The largest
executable program size should be at
least 450K. If it isn’t, see your DOS and
Windows documentation for information
about optimizing memory.
• Try increasing by 20 the line FILES= in
your CONFIG.SYS file to increase the
number of file handles. Then restart your
computer.
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Troubleshooting
• Before Windows starts, check the
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than 6 MB of physical memory, limit the
SmartDrive cache for Windows to 256K
or 128K. To do this, edit your
AUTOEXEC.BAT file. Change the
second number in the line
DEVICE=CKSMARTDRV.EXE to 256 or
128.
Message
Category
Recommended Action
PaperPort cannot use the file
<file name> because it is
damaged. You can run
MAXFIX.EXE to repair this file.
Disk and File
An item or a page in a stack can be
damaged if your computer is shut down
while PaperPort software is running or if
PaperPort software is shut down in any
way other than by a normal exit. Attempt
to repair this file by running MAXFIX.EXE.
Then follow the instructions on the screen.
PaperPort cannot use the link
<link name> because it is either
damaged or incompatible with
the current software version.
Link
Try reinstalling the linked application. If the
problem persists, contact HP to see if an
update is available for the link.
PaperPort has detected that the
support file MAXLINK.DLL has
been overwritten by a recently
installed link. Please install
PaperPort again to install the
correct MAXLINK.DLL.
Link
If you install a supported linked
application that has an older version of
MAXLINK.DLL, it may overwrite the newer
version in the PaperPort directory.
Reinstall the PaperPort software and the
correct version of this file will be properly
installed.
PaperPort is busy and cannot be General
closed right now. Please wait
until the current operation has
finished, or close all PaperPort
dialogs and try again.
The PaperPort software is busy
processing. Wait one or more minutes,
and then try quitting the PaperPort
software again.
PaperPort is currently busy and
cannot accept the printed item.
Please close any open
PaperPort dialog boxes before
trying again.
General
Close any open PaperPort dialog boxes
and try again.
PaperPort is currently busy and
cannot complete this operation.
Please close any open
PaperPort dialogs before trying
again.
General
Close any open PaperPort dialog boxes
and try again.
Please specify the name of your
Fax software before using the
Fax link.
Link
You must select the fax software driver by
choosing Preferences from the Edit
menu and under Category select the Fax
or generic fax icon.
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Message
Category
The Desktop file is either
Desktop
damaged or missing. PaperPort
will continue with a new Desktop.
Recommended Action
The desktop file contains information you
need for accessing the items on the
Desktop. If this file is damaged, you may
be able to fix it with the MAXFIX utility.
Run MAXFIX.EXE and then follow the
instructions on the screen.
The desktop file can be damaged if your
computer is shut down while the
PaperPort software is running, or if the
PaperPort software is shut down in any
way other than by a normal exit. If the
PaperPort software can restore the
desktop file, it will continue normally.
Otherwise, please contact HP Technical
Support for help.
The image data being unpacked
is damaged.
The system is too busy to accept General
a page from your scanner.
Please scan this page again.
Your computer was busy doing something
else, so the scanner could not talk with
the PaperPort software. In most cases,
scanning again will succeed. If not, quit
other applications and try scanning again.
General
The item contains one or more
annotations created by a later version of
the PaperPort software than the one you
are using. You can view all the annotations
supported in your version by upgrading
your copy. To upgrade your copy of the
PaperPort software, contact HP.
Too many files were found.
General
Please enter a different starting
directory or file name and try the
search again.
The PaperPort software found more files
than it can display. Enter a different search
criteria that will limit the search to a
smaller number of files.
Your OCR software was not able
to process the selected pages.
Link
This error can be caused by a
low-memory condition or a problem with
the OCR software. For more information
about making more memory available,
see the memory messages in this chapter.
Destination has rejected the
document
General
The target application cannot handle the
current document. Specify a different
format for the target application.
This item contains one or more
annotations that cannot be
displayed by this version of
PaperPort.
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Troubleshooting
If you get this message while scanning,
try scanning the item again. If you get this
message while importing a file, the file
may be damaged or there may be a disk
error. You can run a disk diagnostic utility
to investigate this or run MAXFIX.EXE.
Then follow the instructions on the screen.
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General
Message
Category
Recommended Action
Document failed
General
The document cannot be sent to the
target application.
Check if the link is still available.
Check the document format.
Check your system resources.
Retry.
Destination is busy
General
The target application is not ready to
receive documents.
Wait and retry.
Close the target application and retry.
Destination is not valid
Link
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The selection link is not valid.
Check if the target link is still available.
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Installing the PaperPort Viewer
Overview
You can share PaperPort items, including contracts, budgets, reports, and
letters, with others who do not own PaperPort software. With PaperPort
Viewer, others can view and print PaperPort items.
Tip
If you use the PaperPort 3.0 software and send an item to someone else
to view using the PaperPort Viewer, save the item in a .MAX 2.0 format.
Others will not be able to view your PaperPort 3.0 files. For more
information about saving items in other formats see Chapter 7,
Importing and Exporting With the PaperPort Software.
Obtaining Extra Copies of PaperPort Viewer
PaperPort Viewer for Windows comes with the software on separate
disks. You can distribute PaperPort Viewers to others free of charge.
PaperPort Viewers are also available free on CompuServe. Others can
log on to CompuServe and retrieve the PaperPort Viewer file. To
download the files, type GoPaperPort in the Office Automation
Forum.
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Installing PaperPort Viewer for Windows
To run PaperPort Viewer for Windows, you need the following software
and hardware:
• IBM or 100%-compatible personal computer with a 386 or higher
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•
•
•
microprocessor
Windows 3.1 or later
4 MB of memory
1 MB of hard disk space
VGA monitor or better
To install the PaperPort Viewer on your workstation
1 Start Windows.
2 Choose Run from the Program Manager File menu and enter the
drive and path information (for example, type
N:\PAPRVIEW\PAPRVIEW.EXE in the Run box). The first time
you start a shared copy of PaperPort Viewer from a workstation, it
displays a message asking if you want to complete the workstation
installation.
3 Choose Install Viewer to complete the installation. A message
indicates when the workstation installation is complete.
4 Click OK to close the message.
You are now running PaperPort Viewer for Windows. If you do not want
to use PaperPort Viewer now, close the Open dialog box, and quit the
application.
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Installing PaperPort Viewer for Macintosh
To install PaperPort Viewer for Macintosh, you need the following
hardware and software:
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•
•
•
•
Macintosh Plus or later model
System 6.0.4 or above
2 MB of memory
400 kilobytes (K) of hard disk space
A color or grayscale monitor is recommended
To install PaperPort Viewer for Macintosh
The PaperPort Viewer for Macintosh comes as a self-extracting archive
file. You should copy the file PaperPort Viewer.sea to your hard disk
before starting.
1 Display the Macintosh desktop.
2 Insert the PaperPort Viewer for Macintosh disk into the floppy disk
drive.
3 Double-click the file PaperPort Viewer.sea.
4 Click Continue. The directory dialog box appears.
5 Select where you want to install PaperPort Viewer, then click OK to
begin the installation.
A message indicates when the PaperPort Viewer installation is
completed.
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Installing the
PaperPort Viewer
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Starting the PaperPort Viewers
Starting PaperPort Viewer varies, depending on your computer platform.
• For Windows, open the PaperPort program group and double-click the
PaperPort Viewer icon.
• For Macintosh, double-click the PaperPort Viewer application icon on
the Macintosh desktop.
If you need help or step-by-step instructions when using PaperPort
Viewer, use the Help menu.
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Warranty and Support Information
Warranty and Service Statement
HP Network ScanJet 5 Scanner
One-Year Limited Warranty
1 HP warrants HP hardware, accessories and supplies against defects in
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4
5
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materials and workmanship for the period specified above. If HP
receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will, at its
option, either repair or replace products which prove to be defective.
HP warrants that HP software will not fail to execute its programming
instructions, for the period specified above, due to defects in material
and workmanship when properly installed and used. If HP receives
notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will replace
software media which does not execute its programming instructions
due to such defects.
HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be
uninterrupted or error free. HP products may contain remanufactured
parts equivalent to new in performance or may have been subject to
incidental use. If HP is unable, within a reasonable time, to repair or
replace any product to a condition as warranted, customer will be
entitled to a refund of the purchase price upon prompt return of the
product.
The warranty period begins on the date of delivery or on the date of
installation if installed by HP. If customer schedules or delays HP
installation more than 30 days after delivery, warranty begins on the 31st
day from delivery.
Warranty does not apply to defects resulting from (a) improper or
inadequate maintenance or calibration, (b) duty cycle abuse (see note
below), (c) software, interfacing, parts or supplies not supplied by HP,
(d) unauthorized modification or misuse, (e) operation outside of the
published environmental specifications for the product, or (f) improper
site preparation or maintenance.
NOTE: Operation of the scanner beyond the limit of its nominal duty
cycle (scanning greater than the equivalent of 10,000 pages per month)
shall be deemed scanner abuse and all repairs thereafter are to be billed
on a time-and-materials basis.
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6 THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND NO OTHER
WARRANTY, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED. HP SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
7 HP will be liable for damage to tangible property per incident up to the
greater of $300,000 or the actual amount paid for the product that is the
subject of the claim, and for damages for bodily injury or death, to the
extent that all such damages are determined by a court of competent
jurisdiction to have been directly caused by a defective HP product.
8 THE REMEDIES IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT ARE
CUSTOMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. EXCEPT AS
INDICATED ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL HP BE LIABLE FOR
LOSS OF DATA OR FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING LOST PROFIT), OR OTHER
DAMAGE, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR
OTHERWISE.
Hardware Service During the Warranty Period
To maintain the warranty, you must have your scanner serviced by an
authorized repair depot in the country of original purchase. You may
return your scanner to a Hewlett-Packard Dealer Repair Center or a
designated Hewlett-Packard Repair Center. See the following pages for
a list of designated Hewlett-Packard Repair Centers. Please contact your
Hewlett-Packard Dealer Repair Center for instructions before returning
your scanner for service. If you return your scanner to a designated
Hewlett-Packard Field Repair Center for service, you must prepay all
shipping charges, duty, and taxes. Except for products returned to the
customer from another country, Hewlett-Packard shall pay for return
shipment of products to the customer.
Hardware Service After the Warranty Period
If your hardware fails after the warranty period, contact an authorized
Hewlett-Packard Dealer Repair Center or a designated Hewlett-Packard
Repair Center. If you have a Hewlett-Packard Maintenance Agreement,
request service under your agreement.
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Item
Part Number*
English Administrator’s and User’s Guides
C1306-99000
French Administrator’s and User’s Guides
C1306-99001
German Administrator’s and User’s Guides
C1306-99002
Italian Administrator’s and User’s Guides
C1306-99003
Spanish Administrator’s and User’s Guides
C1306-99004
Replacement CD-ROM (full set)
C1306-13600
English Replacement disks (full set)
C1306-60100
English Replacement disks (does not include
OmniPage Limited Edition)
C1306-60106
French Replacement disks (full set)
C1306-60101
German Replacement disks (full set)
C1306-60102
Italian Replacement disks (full set)
C1306-60103
Spanish Replacement disks (full set)
C1306-60104
Delivery guide
FB3-0308-000CN
Lower rollers
FF2-4710-000CN
*Software and manual part numbers are U.S. and Canada only. Contact your HP dealer
for part numbers outside the U.S. and Canada.
EN
Warranty and Support Information 127
Warranty and
Support
You can order replacement parts for your HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner
by contacting your sales representative or your Hewlett-Packard dealer.
Within the United States, you can order the parts below by calling
StarPak (970) 339-7009.
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Replacement Parts and Accessories
128 Warranty and Support Information
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INDEX
EN
printing to PaperPort 82
scanning to 35
Arrange
Desktop 55
icon 49
arranging
items 55
arrows
freehand annotation 72
scroll 15, 24
art
adding 73
files 79
attached files 95
automatic document feeder 21, 22, 59, 101
automatic saving 51
automatic workflow 25, 35
creating 35
setting 36
B
back-up copies 51
background
color 50, 74, 75
background control
automatic workflow 36
backspace key 15
bitmap files, Windows 79
black and white 36, 57, 91
BMP file format 51, 79
Browse icon 49
busy system
error messages 119
buttons
Command Bar 49, 50
Stack 60
C
calibration file
error message 116
case sensitive
search criteria 85
CCITT
automatic workflow 36
channel
error 107
clearing paper jams 101
clipboard 73
error message 116
closing PaperPort
error message 118
codes
formatting problems 112
Collate Copies option 91
color
annotations 74
image 56
printing to PaperPort 82
Index-129
Index
A
abort key, scanner control panel 15, 24
accessories 127
accounting, fax expenses 40
Actual Size display 57
Add Freehand Annotation icon 67
Add Highlighting icon 67
Add Line or Arrow icon 67
Add Sticky Note icon 67
Add Text annotations 76
Add Text icon 67
Add Text tool 71
color 74
fonts 74
point size 74
style 74
adding e-mail destinations 38
adding pages to stacks 62
address, e-mail destinations 37
ADF
paper jams 101
Align the Page icon 67
annotating pages 47
Annotation Tool Bar 56
annotation tools 67
annotations
color 74
copying 77
cutting 77
deleting 78
displaying 77
editing 74
error message 119
exporting 80
finding 49, 84
fonts 74
freehand 72
hiding 77
moving 76
pasting 77
point size 74
printing 91
problems printing 112
resizing 76
rotated pages 52
searching 85, 86
searching text 84
style 74
undoing 53, 78
applications
copying between 68, 73
exit error message 116
inbox 18
inserting PaperPort items 87
launch-application inbox 43
linking PaperPort 89
pasting between 68
Index
Color Screen option 50
Command Bar 48, 49, 52
comments 83, 85
compression 36, 81
configuring
inbox 43
confirming
passwords 46
contents
list in folders 64
contrast
automatic workflow 36
control panel, scanner 15, 24, 28, 34, 100, 105
Copies option 91
Copy As Text 68, 97
copying
annotations 77
between applications 68, 73
SEE ALSO duplicating
items 49, 55
items between folders 64
pages in stacks 62
within PaperPort 68
creator name 83, 85
criteria
search 85
cropping items 69
custom paper size 23, 27, 36
customizing
link preferences 96
PaperPort preferences 50
cut selections 56
cutting
annotations 77
D
damaged
image error message 117
damaged data
error messages 119
damaged error messages
link 118
data 36, 119
error 107
date
searching by 84
DaVinci e-mail
problems 115
DCX file format 79
defaults
folder names 63
inbox 41
Main Folder 65
deleting
annotations 78
e-mail destinations 39
folders 65
items 51, 53
pages 60
deselecting
items 54
Desktop
Arrange 55
error message 116
Index-130
error messages 119
icon 49
View 47, 51
desktop publishing files 79
destinations
automatic workflow 34
distribution lists 37
e-mail 37, 38
error 105
fax machines 30, 40
lists, creating 34
selecting 15, 25, 28
types 18
direction
search criteria 85
directory
inbox 43
searching 84
directory inbox 43
disabling inbox 44
disk
errors 117, 118
requirements 12
space problems 111
display
scanner control panel 15
size 57
Display Link icon 96
displaying
annotations 77
elements 52
items in folders 64
distribution lists 34, 37
dithering
automatic workflow 36
Document Navigator 56
documents
feeder, automatic 22
automatic feeder 101
double-sided, scanning 29
feeder, automatic 21, 59
SEE ALSO items
loading 22
SEE ALSO pages
scanned 18
scanned, receiving 18
scanned, viewing 47
sending 18
dots per inch (DPI)
image 56
double-sided
scanner control panel 15
scanning 29
DPI (dots per inch)
image 56
drag-and-drop stacking 59
drawing
freehand annotation 72
drivers
fax 112
Duplicate icon 49
duplicating
SEE ALSO copying
items 55
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exporting 84
finding 84
formats 51, 79, 81
in folders 63
names 95
printing to 91
printing to PaperPort 82
problems 113
searching for 84
Find
Annotation 70
icon 49
Fit to Window display 57
flash window 45
flipping items 52
folders
copying items between 64
creating 65
deleting 65
displaying 52
displaying items in 64
filing in 63
hiding 52
list of contents 64
moving items between 63
naming 65
renaming 65
search criteria 85
fonts
annotations 74
format
data 36
e-mail destinations 37
file 36, 51, 79, 81
page 36
problems 112
scanning 26
forms
multiple copy, scanning 21
preprinted 71
freehand annotations 72, 76
G
general
error messages 116, 119
users 17
Generic Fax icon 96
Generic Word Processor link icon 97
GIF file format 79
glass
scanner 21, 22, 28
go key, scanner control panel 15
Go To Page 56
Graphic Interchange Format files 79
graphics
adding 73
annotations warning 97
copying 69
file format 97
files 79
modifying 97
pasting 69
Index
pages 62
E
e-mail
destinations 37
file format 96
inbox 41
link 89, 95, 96
log 96
password 96
problems 114
receipt 96
Edit Annotation icon 67
editing
annotations 74, 75
automatic workflow 35
converted scanned text 93
distribution lists 37
e-mail destinations 39
fax destination lists 40
OLE items 88
embedding, object 87
enlarging image 56, 57
enter key, scanner control panel 15
error messages
control panel 105
PaperPort 116
SEE ALSO problems
SEE ALSO support
SEE ALSO troubleshooting
exit
application error message 116
exporting
annotations 80
compressed files 81
e-mail destinations 39
files 84
files to PaperPort 79
items 51, 53, 80
F
fax
accounting 40
destination lists 40
driver 97
error messages 118
links 89, 92, 96
numbers 30, 34
page orientation 97
page size 97
problems 112
redial 40
scanning to 30
setup options 97
features
HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner 11
PaperPort 47
fields, matching
search criteria 85
file
error message 117, 118
files
attached 95
compressed, exporting 81
error message 119
Index-131
Index
Graphics link icon 89, 97
grayscale 36, 57, 82, 91
gummed-back paper, scanning 21
H
Hand tool 67
hard drive requirements 12
hardware
service 126
height, paper
automatic workflow 36
Hewlett-Packard
service information 125
warranty 125
hiding
annotations 77
elements 52
Highlighter tool 67
highlighting 53, 56, 71
HP Network ScanJet 5 scanner
automatic document feeder 22
control panel 15, 24
destinations 17, 30
double-sided documents 29
fax, scanning to 30
features 11
printer, scanning to 31
scanner glass 23
users 16
HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
automatic workflow 35
custom paper size 23, 27
destination lists 34
installation 12, 33
passwords 25
I
icons
annotation tools 67
Command Bar 49, 50
SEE ALSO individual icon names
link 89
images
color 56
enlarging 56, 57
inverting 57
quality 35, 81, 100
reducing 56, 57
resolution 56
rotating and flipping 52
size 57, 116
size, problems printing 112
Windows, files 79
importing
e-mail destinations 39
fax problems 112
faxes 92
files to PaperPort 79, 82
problems 113
inbox
application 18
changing 41
configuring 43
creating 42
disabling 44
Index-132
notification 45
SEE ALSO receiving scanned documents
information
finding 84
inserting
objects 87
pages in stacks 62
installation
HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility 12, 33
PaperPort problems 111
PaperPort Viewer 122
intensity
automatic workflow 36
internal error 105
internal errors 105
Internet, e-mail destinations 37
inverting images 57
items
SEE ALSO pages
adding graphics 73
arranging 55
converting scanned text 93
copying 68
copying between folders 64
cropping 69
deleting 51, 53
deleting in folders 65
deselecting 54
display size 57
displaying in folders 64
SEE ALSO documents
duplicating 55
e-mailing 95
exporting 80
faxes 92
filing in folders 63
finding 84
flipping 52
highlighting 71
moving 55
moving between folders 63
new 73
OLE 87
organizing 59
panning 57
PaperPort 47
rotating 52
saving 51
scanning 59
scrolling between 56
searching 86
searching for 84
selecting 54
stacking 59
Summary Information 83
titles 51
J
jams
paper 21, 101
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scanner error 99
status 28
mode, scanning 26
monitor, color 50
moving
annotations 76
between pages 60
graphics 73
items 54, 55
items between folders 63
pages 60
undoing 53
MS Exchange 41
MS Mail 41, 115
multiple copy forms, scanning 21
multiple-page scanning 29, 59
N
names
folders 63, 65
items 51
user 25
navigating within stacks 60
Navigators 56
network
installation 33
new items, creating 73
notes, adding 56
Notes, Sticky 70
color 74
editing 75
fonts 74
point size 74
style 74
notification, inbox 45
number, fax 30
O
Object Linking and Embedding 87
OCR
error message 119
link 89, 93
problems 112
software installation 12
OLE 87
OLE Rtn icon 49
One-Minute Guide
PaperPort 14
onionskin paper 21
options
e-mail 96
fax 96
graphics 97
link preferences 96
PaperPort 50
PaperPort preferences 50
printer 97
search 85
spreadsheet 97
Summary Information 83
word processing 97
organizing
items 55, 59
stacks 63
Index
Joint Photographic Exports Group files 79
JPEG file format 79, 81
K
keypad, scanner control panel 15
keywords
search options 85
Summary Information 83
L
landscape mode, fax 96
language error 105
launch-application inbox 43
left rotation 52
lines, freehand annotation 72
Link Bar 48
displaying 52
hiding 52
links
displaying 96
e-mail problems 114
error messages 118
fax problems 112
object 87
OCR problems 112
PaperPort error message 119
PaperPort to applications 89
lists
destination 15, 18, 25, 33, 34
distribution 34, 37
folder contents 64
user 15
loading documents 22
log, transaction 46
Lotus cc:Mail 41, 114
Lotus Notes e-mail 114
M
Macintosh
PaperPort Viewer 123
magazine pages, scanning 21
magnification
page 56, 57
mail
SEE e-mail
Main Folder 65
Markup
text 71
tool 67
markups
color 74
editing 75
fonts 74
point size 74
style 74
matching fields
search criteria 85
MAX file format 79
Maximize Window at Startup option 50
memory
requirements 12
messages
control panel 28
double-sided scanning 29
error, control panel 28, 105
PaperPort error 116
Index-133
Index
orientation, page, fax 97
output data type
automatic workflow 36
overheating scanner 100
P
Page
icon 49
Navigator 56
View 47, 51, 56
pages
adding to stacks 62
copying in stacks 62
damaged error message 117
deleting 60
SEE ALSO documents
format 36
inserting in stacks 62
SEE ALSO items
magnification 56
moving 60
moving between 60
multiple, scanning 29
orientation, fax 97
reordering in stacks 61
replacing 60
rotating 52
scanning 59
scrolling between 56
size, fax 97
Paintbrush, PC, files 79
Palette, Tool
displaying 52
hiding 52
Pan Image icon 67
panning items 57
paper
jams 21, 101
scanning 23
size 26
types 23
paper size
automatic workflow 36
PaperPort
adding graphics 73
annotation tools 67
annotations 74
attached files 95
automatic workflow 35
Command Bar 49
copying items 68
cropping items 69
deleting items 53
Desktop View 54
displaying and hiding elements 52
e-mail link 95
error messages 99, 116
exporting files 79
fax link 92
features 47
files 79
folders 63
freehand annotation 72
highlighting 71
Index-134
importing files 79
inbox 41
installation 12
linking to applications 89
Markup text 71
OCR link 93
OLE 87
One-Minute Guide 14
Page View 56
pasting items 68
preferences 50
printing 91
printing to 82
problems 111
saving items 51
searching 84
spreadsheet link 93
stacks 59
Sticky Notes 70
Summary Information 83
troubleshooting 111
undoing actions 53
Viewer 95, 121
views 48
word processing link 93
parts, hardware 127
passwords 25, 46
pasting
annotations 77
between applications 68
error message 116
graphics 73
selections 56
PC Paintbrush files 79
PCX file format 79
photographs
files 79
pictures
adding 73
point size
annotations 74
Pointer tool 67
portrait mode, fax 96
preferences
links 96
PaperPort 50
preprinted forms 71
Print to File option 91
Print to Range option 91
printer
collate copies 97
Display Print dialog box 97
inbox 43
page orientation 97
scanning to 31
Printer link icon 89, 97
printers
error 105
printing
annotations 91
items 54
PaperPort 91
PaperPort, to 82
problems 112
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scaling
automatic workflow 36
Scan to Desktop option 50
Scan to Page View option 50
scanned documents
receiving 18
sending 18
viewing 47
scanned text, converting 93
scanner
control panel 15, 24, 33, 34
error messages 99
glass 21, 28
loading documents 22
overheats 100
troubleshooting 100
users 16, 25, 35, 105
scanner utility
distribution lists 37
e-mail 41
fax 40
inbox 41
notification 45
passwords 46
transaction log 46
scanner validation
error 107
scanning
e-mail 25
faxes, to 30
items 59
printers, to 31
quality 35
screen, color 50
scroll arrows 15, 24
scrolling
between items 56
between pages 56
through item 57
searching
annotations 85, 86
criteria 85
directories 84
files 84
items 84
options 85
subdirectories 84
text 70
Select an Area icon 67
select key
scanner control panel 15
Select tool 67
selecting items 54
sending
e-mail 37
faxes 92
scanned documents 18
Index
transaction log 46
private
destination lists 18, 25, 33, 34
distribution lists 34
privileges, users 16
problems 99
control panel 100
disk space 111
e-mail 114
error messages 28
exporting 113
fax 112
files 113
format 112
importin g 113
OCR 112
PaperPort 111
printing 112
scanner 100
SEE ALSO support
SEE ALSO troubleshooting
Windows 111
properties, inbox 43
public destination lists 18, 34
publishing, desktop, files 79
Q
quality
image 81, 100
scanning 35
R
range, printing to 91
reading faxes 92
receiving
e-mail 95
scanned documents 18, 45
redial, fax 40
Redo 53
reducing image 56, 57
registered users 16, 35, 46
remote file
error 107
renaming
folders 65
reordering pages in stacks 61
repairs 125
replacing pages 60
requirements, installation 12
resetting scanner 100
resizing annotations 76
resolution
automatic workflow 36
image 56
retitle items 51
reversing images 57
right rotation 52
Rotate icon 49
rotating items 52
S
saving
automatic 51
desktop preferences 50
items 51, 53
transaction log 46
Index-135
Index
service information 125
setting, automatic workflow 36
settings, control panel 24
Setup options, fax 97
Show Annotations 77
Show Text with icons option 50
Show Tool Tips option 50
single page scanning 59
single/double-sided key 15
size
display 57
exported file problems 113
image 36, 56
image error message 116
image, problems printing 112
page, fax 97
paper 21, 23, 26, 36
soft keys
scanner control panel 15
software
error messages 99
SEE HP Network ScanJet 5 Utility
PaperPort 12
space
disk problems 111
speed, export 81
spreadsheet
application option 97
format 97
OCR link 97
orientation 97
PaperPort link 93
Spreadsheet link icon 89, 97
Stack icon 49
Stack Selected Items command 60
stacks
adding pages 62
copying pages 62
creating 59
folders 63
inserting pages 62
navigating within 60
organizing 63
PaperPort 47
reordering pages 61
searching 86
Summary Information 83
unstacking 60
Status Bar 48, 52, 56
status messages 15, 28
Sticky Notes 70
color 74
editing 75
fonts 74
point size 74
style 74
stopping scanning 15
Straighten Page tool 67
style, annotations 74
subdirectories, searching 84
Summary Information 59, 61, 83, 84
support
SEE ALSO error messages
SEE ALSO problems
Index-136
SEE ALSO troubleshooting
switching views 48
system memory
error message 117
T
Tagged Image File Format files 79
text
annotations 71, 74, 75
converting scanned 93
copying 69
pasting 69
searching for 70, 84
thumbnails
PaperPort 47
TIFF file format 51, 79
timed out
error 107
titles
folders 65
items 51
search options 85
Summary Information 83
Tool Bar 67
Tool Palette
displaying 52
hiding 52
tools
annotation 67, 74
transaction log 46
transparencies, scanning 21
transport connection
error 107
troubleshooting 100, 111
SEE ALSO error messages
SEE ALSO problems
SEE ALSO support
U
Undo 53, 78
Unstack 60
Unstack Current Page command 60
Unstack icon 49
unstacking stacks 60
updating OLE items 88
Use Gray Dialog Background option 50
users
general 17
privileges 16
registered 35, 46
scanner 16, 25, 35, 105
Utility, HP Network ScanJet 5
automatic workflow 35
custom paper size 23, 27
destination lists 34
installation 12, 33
passwords 25
Utility, scanner
distribution lists 37
e-mail 41
fax 40
inbox 41
notification 45
passwords 46
transaction log 46
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V
validation
error 107
Viewer
PaperPort 95, 121
viewing
private destination lists 34
transaction log 46
views
Desktop 54
Page 56
PaperPort 47
switching between 48
W
warranty 125
weight, paper 21
white-on-black images 57
width, paper
automatic workflow 36
window
flash 45
PaperPort 50
Windows
bitmap files 79
error message 116
images files 79
installation 12, 13, 33
PaperPort Viewer 122
problems 111
word processing
application option 97
format 97
OCR link 97
orientation 97
PaperPort link 93
Word Processor link icon 89, 97
WordPerfect Office 115
words, whole, search criteria 85
World Wide Web 79
Z
Zoom Navigator 56, 57
Index-137
Index
Index-138
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