Document image files include TIFF, TIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, or PDF files created from native document files. The document’s image appears if Enterprise imaging was previously done in Eclipse. If this is not the case, an image can be generated on the fly from the Web Viewer toolbar for viewing in the Image View.
Before you get started, you might want to watch the video about the Image and Production Viewers.
Image and Production Viewers video
The following video provides a basic review of the Image and Production Viewers. The purpose of the video is to help you:
- Learn how to apply annotations to documents
- Understand the tools available on both viewer tabs
Tip: If necessary, enlarge the Document View window to view the entire toolbar.
Image View Toolbar
displays the current page and total number of pages in the document. To move to a specific page in the document, enter the page number in the box. Use the arrows located on either side of the image to move to the previous page or the next page.
Use the zoom slider to increase or decrease the document size. Position the mouse pointer over the slider to view the current percentage size. The mouse scroll wheel can also be used to adjust the document size.
Click to fit image to the width or height of the view window. Also resets the zoom percentage back to the default settings for the width or the height.
To rotate the image in 90 degree increments, either right or left, click .
From the Redaction drop-down , select a pre-defined redaction category. Point, click, and drag over the desired text in the image to be redacted and release the mouse button. To move an existing redaction to a different location in the image, mouse over the redaction and when the pointer turns to a four-headed arrow, click and drag the redaction to the new location. Each redaction has the same font and background color as it appears in the drop-down list.
Note: The selected redaction settings persist when navigating to next or previous documents and pages.
To delete the redaction, click located in the upper right corner of the redaction.
The following example shows redacted text that matches the redaction category shown in the previous figure.
To show/hide the redactions in the image, click. By default the redactions are hidden. To hide the redactions, again, click .
Click to activate the highlighting function. Point, click, and drag over the desired area in the image to add a highlight. Repeat to add additional highlights. To move the existing highlight to a different location in the image, mouse over the highlight and when the pointer turns to a four-headed arrow, click and drag the highlight to the new location.
To delete the highlight, click located in the upper right corner of the highlight.
To add a comment on the image, click , point, click, and drag on the desired area in the image to display the comment box. Enter a comment and click OK. Repeat to add additional comments. To move an existing comment to a different location in the image, mouse over the comment and when the pointer turns to a four-headed arrow, click and drag the comment to the new location.
To delete the comment, click located in the upper right corner of the comment.