Changing Image Documents

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Pages of an archived document cannot be edited. The administrator may specify whether users can or cannot edit documents based on the document type.

Annotations on layers that you cannot remove will become a fixed part of images after every change and can no longer be removed.

In image documents, you can only add or delete pages. Unlike in image editors, you cannot edit the individual pages themselves.

To Change an Image Document, Follow These Steps

  1. Mark an image document in a hit list, a folder window, or the filing tray.

  2. Click Content > Edit content in the Image editing ribbon tab or Content in the context menu.

    The module used to edit images will now open. You can scan new pages, delete pages, or attach marked areas of document pages as new pages (see Creating and Filing Images).

  3. In the Image editing ribbon tab, click File.

The document is saved with the changes. Your user name and the date of the change are saved in the properties (see Searching via the Basic Parameters).

While you are editing the document, it is marked with a Lock icon Lock icon and locked for editing by other users. When you save the document, it will automatically be released.

Splitting Image Documents

Documents which comprise more than one image can be split.

Mark an image document and locate the Split pages function in the Folder ribbon tab or the Hit ribbon tab. This feature lets you open the image document in batch scan mode (see Creating and Filing Images). The assigned images are combined into a batch. Like in batch scan mode, you can add or split images here, too.

When you save a batch, select the desired document type and index the document. The location is always the same as the original document.

If you save all batches as new documents, the original document is moved to the recycle bin.

Annotations on layers that you cannot remove will become a fixed part of images and can no longer be removed. Private layers from other editors are lost.