Even if you don't have a scanner, you can still recognize image
files (see the list of supported image formats under "Supported Image Formats").
To open an image:
Click on the arrow to the right of the 1-Scan button and
select the Open Image item in the local menu. The appearance
of the 1-Scan button icon will change - the Scan
caption will be replaced with the Open caption.
Select the Open image item in the File menu.
In Windows Explorer: right-click the image file you wish to
open and select the Open with FineReader item in the local
menu. If FineReader is already running, the image will be added to
the current batch. Otherwise, before the image is added, FineReader
will be launched and the most recently used batch opened.
In Microsoft Outlook or Windows Explorer: click on the image
file you wish to open and drag it onto the minimized FineReader
window. The image will be added to the current batch and opened in
the Image window.
Select one or several images in the Open dialog. The
selected images will be displayed in the Batch window, and
the last selected image displayed in the Image and
Zoom windows. All selected images are copied into the batch
folder. See General Information
on Working with Batches for more information on batch
organization and the way in which pages are displayed within
Tip: If you want the opened images to be recognized right
away, select the Open&Read mode:
Select the Open&Read item in the Process menu
or just press CTRL+SHIFT+D. The Open
dialog will open.
Select the images for recognition in the Open dialog.