Set the layout retention. The following choices are available:
- Original layout
Select this option if you wish the recognition results look
exactly like the original document.
Note: This option will not allow a lot of
editing in the recognized text. It is most suitable for short artistic or brochure-like documents.
- Remove all
Only structure of tables and
arrangement into paragraphs are retained. The text is set in the same font of the same size.
- Retain font and font size
Structure of tables, arrangement into paragraphs, font and font size are retained in this mode.
Tip. If you wish to retain pictures in the recognition results, make sure that the Keep pictures option is selected in the
Picture settings group.
||Set the saving mode. The following choices are available:
If you set this option, the
new HTML format - HTML 4 - is used. It supports any type of
the document layout retention (the actual retention type used depends on the options selected from the Retain layout drop-down list); the built-in style sheet
Explorer 4.0 or later is required for viewing a document saved
in this mode.
This saving mode provides documents compatible with all browsers. If you set
this option, the HTML 3 format is used. The document layout is
retained approximately: first line indent and indents in tables are
not retained. This HTML format is supported by all browsers
including out-of date versions, for example, Internet Explorer 3.0.
|Text settings group
|Keep line breaks
Set this option if you want the original
arrangement into lines to be retained in HTML format,
otherwise the text in the HTML file will be formatted as a single line.
|Retain text color
||Set this option if you want the original character color to be retained.
|Use solid line as page break
||The original arrangement into pages will be retained, pages will be separated by a solid line.
|Picture settings group
||Set this option to keep pictures in the recognized
The option is set by default.
||Set the quality for saving pictures. Select one of the following values:
- High if you are planning to print the recognition results.
- Medium if the recognition results are intended for viewing on the screen. This value is set by default.
- Low if you are planning to place the recognition results on the Web.
The higher the value you specify in this field, the higher
will be the quality of the pictures you save. The size of the file
is also affected by this value: the higher the value, the larger
the file you get.
order to tune the best proportion size/quality, try to save the recognition results with different
Quality values, and then open them in an image viewing application.
Note: This option is disabled if the
Keep pictures option is not selected.
||Specify the format for saving pictures. The following choices are available:
If this option is selected ABBYY FineReader
will automatically select the most suitable format.
This value is set by default.
JPEG, Color (for photos),
JPEG, Gray (for photos),
PNG, Color (for charts, diagrams),
PNG, Gray (for charts, diagrams),
PNG, Black and white.
Note: This option is disabled if the Keep pictures option is not selected.
||By default the code page is detected automatically. Select the Automatic
value to use the automatic detection. Still, you may select
the code page manually if necessary, just choose the value you need from the list.
|Code page type
||Specifies the code page type (Windows, DOS, Macintosh, ISO).