The E-Mail Pages Dialog

Use this dialog to specify the parameters of the recognized text that will be sent by e-mail.

Option name

Option description

Attachment options
Attach as type Specifies the format of the text that will be sent by e-mail.
Formats Settings (button) Opens the RTF/DOC/Word XML, PDF, PPT, HTML, TXT, CSV, DBF and XLS dialogs so you may set advanced text saving options for these formats. 
Process Pages Select one of the two options depending on what pages you want to save:
  • All - if you want to save all the batch pages. 
  • Selected - if you only want to save selected batch pages;
File options Specify the saving mode:
  • Create a separate file for each page - each batch page is saved to a separate file. The batch page number is automatically added to the end of the file name.
  • Name files as source images - use this option to save each page in separate files the names of which are the same as the names of source images. 
    1. Pages which do not contain the information about the source image (for example scanned pages) will not be saved in this mode. A warning will be displayed if such page occurs between the saved ones.
    2. If a group of batch pages next to each other have the same image as the source image or their source images have the same name, these pages are treated as if they were pages of a multipage TIFF and the text of these pages will be saved into a single file. In case the pages with the same names of source images aren't located next to each other, the pages are treated as if their image files are different, and so the text is saved in different files with the same name to which an index is appended: _1, _2, etc.
  • Create a new file at each blank page - the whole batch is treated as a set of page groups, each group ending with a blank page. The pages from different groups are saved into different files with names that are formed from a user specified name with an index appended: -1, -2, -3 and so on.
  • Create a single file for all pages - all (or all selected) batch pages are saved to a single file.