|Recognition language||Sets the recognition language.
In case you don't see the language you need in the list or in case you want to recognize a text written in several languages, click the Edit languages button. The Language Editor dialog will open. You may create a new language or a new language group in the dialog.
|Edit languages (button)||Opens the Language Editor dialog. You may create a new language or a new language group in the dialog.|
|Document Type group|
|Autodetect layout||If you set this option, the text arrangement on the page is detected automatically: recognition of all text types, including multi-column texts, texts with tables and pictures is performed automatically. This value is set by default.|
|Single column||Specifies that the text to be recognized is formatted in one column. Use this option if automatic page layout analysis incorrectly determined the text type as multi-column.|
|Plain text formatted with spaces||Specifies the text is formatted in one column and set in monospaced font of a same size. In the recognized text left indents will be represented as spaces; every line is made a separate paragraph and the original paragraphs will be separated by empty lines. Use this option if, say, you recognize code printouts.|
|Clear background noise||Clears the background noise in the document. Only used for
recognition of images of documents that have a colored
background in a uniform color (say, newspaper and journal
|Look for barcodes||Set this option if you want FineReader to recognize barcodes on
your documents. FineReader will create separate barcode type blocks
for them; the barcode will be displayed as a series of letters and
numbers in the recognized text.
This option is not set by default.
|Print Type group|
|Auto||Set this option to have the text print type to be detected automatically. This option is set by default. It suits all print types.|
|Typewriter||Set this option if you recognize a typewriter printout. The recognition quality increases in this case.|
|Dot matrix printer||Set this option if you recognize a dot matrix printer printout. The recognition quality increases in this case.|
|One line of text per cell||Set this option if you only recognize tables with one line of text per each cell. The table layout will be analyzed more readily.|
|No merged cells in table||Set this option if you only recognize tables with no merged cells. The table layout will be analyzed more readily.|
|Do not use user patterns||This option is set by default. It will suit you in most cases.|
|Train user pattern||Set this option to train your user pattern during recognition.
If this option is set, the 2-Read button will start the
recognition in the Train user pattern mode. The
training dialog will open. You may then train the
system to recognize the uncertain characters.
Note: The created pattern is useful only for recognizing texts set in the same font of the same size and scanned with the same resolution as the document you trained your pattern on.
|Use user pattern||Set this option if you want your user pattern to be used during recognition.|
|Opens the Pattern Editor dialog. You may create, rename, delete, edit and activate patterns in the dialog.|
|Use built-in patterns||Specifies that the built-in patterns are used during recognition; this option is set by default. Do not use this option if you want to train FineReader to recognize decorative or non-standard fonts (e.g. Tibetan).|