The top dialog window displays the character you train. The frame enclosing the character must fully enclose the character or several characters (in case you train ligatures).
|Active pattern||Displays the active pattern name. If the active pattern is not intended to recognize the open text, you should stop the recognition and deactivate this pattern (and, if necessary, activate another).|
|button||Moves the enclosing frame left. Move the frame so as to enclose the entire character.|
|button||Moves the enclosing frame right. Move the frame so as to enclose the entire character.|
|Enter character||Specify the name of the character enclosed by the frame in the top window. If you train FineReader to recognize characters you cannot type, you may use two-character combinations as captions, or you may copy the necessary character from the character table. Click the button to open the table.|
|button||Opens the character table. You may choose the necessary character from the table and copy it to the Enter character field.|
|Train (button)||Trains the character, i.e. adds the new pair "character image-character caption" to the active pattern.|
|Italic||Specifies that the current character is italic.|
|Bold||Specifies that the current character is bold.|
|Superscript||Specifies that the current character is superscript.|
|Subscript||Specifies that the current character is subscript.|
If you have made a mistake during training, you may click the Back button and the frame will go back to the previous position, and the latest pair "image-character" will be removed from the pattern. This "undo" is limited: you may only "undo" training in the last word.
Skips the current character. Use this button if what the frame
encloses is not a character, or if you weren't able to enclose a
character or a group of character fully.