Text and picturesonly - only the recognized text
and the pictures in it are saved.
Page image only - only the image is saved.
Text over the page image - the entire image is saved as
a picture. Text areas are saved as text over the picture.
Text under the page image - the entire image is saved as
a picture. The recognized text is put under it. This
option is useful if you export your text to document archives: the
full page layout is retained and the full-text search is available
if you save in this mode.
To set these options:
Select the Formats Settings item in the Tools
menu. The Formats Settings dialog will
Set the options you need on the PDF tab in the dialog.
A special Replace uncertain words with images option is
available if you use the Text and pictures only or the
Text over the page image mode. If you set this option, all
uncertain words will be replaced with their images. You may
set this option on the PDF tab in the Formats
When you save texts that use a non-Latin codepage (say,
Cyrillic, Greek, Czech, etc.), FineReader uses the fonts provided by ParaType company.
You may purchase additional fonts and multilingual
font support at www.paratype.com/shop/.
If, during the export in PDF, you are displayed a message
telling you that there are characters in your text that aren't
found in standard fonts, you must select a mode of working with
Type 1 fonts and the Type 1 fonts themselves as well. These fonts
must be available via Adobe Type Manager or via postscript font
installator (in Windows 2000). See more details about Type 1 fonts
in Using Type 1 fonts during export to
Before you may edit the PDF files that use some non-latin
codepage (say, Cyrillic, Greek, Czech, etc.) in Adobe Acrobat, you
have to change the font of the text section you edit to a font
installed on your computer.