How to Compress and Decompress Folders and Files (87)

 
1 The procedure below shows how to compress and decompress folders and files

 2  If not too large, Users can send them email.  

Size Limits for Attachments

 3 The size limit for attachments to an email depends on software of the e-mail sender.

 4 Some software has a size limit for attachments of 5 or 10 MB. 

 5 If the folder size rates as too large to email, Senders can split it into two or more folders – possibly with compression  –  and mail each folder separately.

Compress and Uncompressed files (zip files)

 Advantages of Compressed Files

6 Compressed files <mshelp://windows/?id=4c7a98ab-e99e-485d-ae81-28110bfe3b9c> take up less storage space and Users can  transfer tjem  to other computers more quickly than uncompressed files.

 7 Users can work with compressed <mshelp://windows/?id=1a90864b-9827-4d9d-a1a4-a513ee999fba>  files and folders in the same way that Users work with uncompressed files and folders

 8 Users can combine several files into a single compressed folder, making it easier to share a group of files, since Users need only to attach one folder to an e­mail message instead of several files.

 Procedure

9. Locate the compressed folder that contains the files desired to extract.  

10   Do one of the following:

(a) To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag <mshelp://windows/?id=a02f310e-c1c4-4bc9-8706-4d0aadd51b6d>  the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location.

(b) To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

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To compress a file or folder <mshelp://>

11.  Locate the file or folder that you want to compress.

12.  Right-click the file or folder, point to Send To, and then click the Compressed (zipped) Folder.  A new compressed folder is created. To rename it,right-click the folder, click Rename, and then type the new name.

 To extract files or folders from a compressed folder <mshelp://>

13.  Locate the compressed folder from which  to extract <mshelp://windows/?id=0e424ae7-e619-4fbf-a66d-7eaa48c10a84> 

14.  Do one of the following –

15 To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag <mshelp://windows/?id=a02f310e-c1c4-4bc9-8706-4d0aadd51b6d>  the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location.

16 To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

17 Compressed files <mshelp://windows/?id=4c7a98ab-e99e-485d-ae81-28110bfe3b9c> take up less storage space and Users can transfer them  to other computers more quickly than uncompressed files. Users can work with compressed   files and folders in the same way that they can work with uncompressed files and folders.

18  Users can also combine several files into a single compressed folder, making it easier to share a group of files, since Users need  only  attach one folder to an e­mail message instead of several files.

19. Locate the file or folder to compress.

20. Right-click the file or folder, point to Send To, and then click Compressed (zipped) Folder. This action creates a new compressed folder. To rename it,
right-click the folder, click Rename, and then type the new name.

21. Locate the compressed folder  or files that Users want to extract <mshelp://windows/?id=0e424ae7-e619-4fbf-a66d-7eaa48c10a84> 

22  Do one of the following –

(a) To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag <mshelp://windows/?id=a02f310e-c1c4-4bc9-8706-4d0aadd51b6d>  the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location.

 (b) To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

 

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How to send a completed questionnaire (78)

1. Open Email

2. Open attachment (the questionnaire called FORM – GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE – 30-3-10 4) (After the “4”, some other numbers may exist – ignore them.)

3. Fill in the questionnaire.

4. Use File.  Click on “Save as”.  This action should open the “Save As” box. At the bottom, it has white spaces. On the top panel beside the words “File Name”, change whatever in the panel to read

FORM – GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE – 30-3-10 5.

5, Note you must have a “5” instead of the “4” at the end.. Continue reading

Some Information about Site and Design Options (79)

1. The following gives information not necessarily in good order, I need to change – later.

2. HOME LINK – shows home link in Nav Menu – Tick or untick   ? action

3. The bottom of the Home Page – shows NO index, No follow, and No archive.

Need to find out when to use.

4. The Nav menu can use Menu – WordPress or … Which does what.

5. In Design Options – alters the page list in colour at the top of the page menu. Continue reading

Some Ideas to help with Form Notification (80)

1. Difficulties exist in knowing what to enter in the various items that relate to notification .

2. The following show the explanation that exists for the various items. However ,what do they mean.

Send to email

From name

3. Enter the name you would like the Administrator notification email sent from, or select the name from available name fields .

From email address.

4. Enter the email address you would like the Administrator notification email sent from, or select the name from available email form fields .

Reply to

5. Enter the email address you would like to be used as the reply to address for the administrator notification Continue reading

How to test if Hyperlinks work (81)

I put in a link or a hyperlink to – (a) my web site,  (b) a folder and (c) a file.  They all work perfectly when I try them out in the word document.

However when I send the word document by email, the links to the folder and the file do not work. This document aims to test this situation.

Web site – http://www.bowlsmaterial.com

TEST HYPERLINKS PAGE AND FILE 1.doc

Folder – ..\ALL ABOUT BOWLS

File – TEST HYPERLINKS PAGE AND FILE 2.doc

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How to transfer a Page from the original web site to WordPress (83)

1. Open a page in the web site (that Visitors can open) that needs transferring.

2. Use cursor to highlight the whole page. Start from the page heading, not the “Go to Home” item.

3. Click the Edit button and click Copy.

4. Open WordPress administrative area. Hold down control and click – http://bowlsmaterial.514d3.com/wp-admin/

5. The home page opens. Continue reading

Some Details about the Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage (84)

 

1. Go to All Programs.

 

2. Scroll up to Scansoft OmniPage SE4 and a panel opens on the right showing Guide and OmniPage SE 4.

 

3. Click OmniPage

 

4. A page opens called “Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage.”

Some Details about the Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage (84)

1. Go to All Programs.

2. Scroll up to Scansoft OmniPage SE4 and a panel opens on the right showing Guide and OmniPage SE 4.

3. Click OmniPage

4. A page opens called “Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage.”

5. It shows the following items at the top – File, Edit, View, Format, Tools, Process, and Help.

6. Click File and a menu open that shows in black – Open OPD, Get Page, Export Results, and Print.

7. It also shows the name of files recently copied.

8. Click “Open OPD” and a page called – “Open OmniPage Document (OPD). opens

9. It has “Look in “at the top on the left of a panel that shows the name of the folder (e.g. Training and developing people.) with a list of files underneath.

10. Right click on the name of a file and a menu opens starting with Select, Open, Scan for Viruses, and “Open with”. This last item has an arrow that opens four options – OmniPage application, Firefox, Adobe Reader, and “Choose Program”.

11. Click “Select “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

12. Click “Open “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

13. Click Firefox and a page open called “Some Principles 3.opd

14. It has two options “Open with’ and “Save
Files”.

15, Click the radio button for “open with”.

16. Click OK and a warning shows – Unable to open…already opened.

17. The next line shows “Send to”. It has seven options – Compressed (Zipped) Folder, Desktop, (create shortcut), Mail Recipient, My Documents, 31/2 Floppy (A :) Disc 1 – Data Disc (D :) This latter item “not supported”.

18. Click open and the Image Panel opens with each page shown as a thumbnail,

19. Click View and a menu opens. It includes – Toolbars, Document Manager, Page Image. Text Editor, Text Editor Views…

20. Click Document Manager and below the image Panel a section called document Manager opens that shows a row for each page.

21. Click file and then Open OPD and the Image Panel opens.

22. Click on one of the pages and it shows in blue.

23. Click View and Text Editor and a section on the right called Text Editor Opens with a grey page.

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24. Click … and three different sections open – Image Panel, Text Editor, and below these two “Document Manager”.

25. Each has a square that opens the section into a whole page.

26. At the bottom, very small icons exist for – next page, last page, thumbnail images, page image, document manager, text editor.

27. The middle part shows “image panel “on the left and text editor on the right with document manager underneath. Each has a square. Click on the square and that page opens in full

28. To return to the original size click the top squares.

29. Note – shift plus F3 do not alter the size and type of the font.

30. . . . Click edit and all the items show in grey.

31 . Click View and the menu shows – toolbars, Ruler, Workflow Results, Document Manager, Page Image, Text Editor (in grey), Thumbnail Images, Customise: Full, Text editor – it has three options – True Page, Formatted Text, and Plain Text.

32. . There are fire has six options – Sue (various percentages), Character Map (three options show, recent characters only, and character sets.)

33 . At the bottom will open various percentages.

34. Click format and mostly grey items show it does have is a picture with… And cell alignment.

35. Click tools and it shows Workflow Assistant, Workflows, Use a dictionary, Training file, Zone Template, Enhanced Template, Export converters (opens a page called….)

36. Click process and the following items show – Workflows, Get Page, Perform OCR, Export Results, Rotating image, and Batch Manager.

37. That shows four Windows at the top.

38. The first window has 1, 2, and 3 in small numbers with an arrow over the “3.”

39. Click this window and a panel opens called “workflow results “reports processing facts or problems.

40. And a page called “Load Files opens.

41. It has a “Look in” at the top and the arrow beside the panel that opens shows a long list of folders and files.

42. The left side shows – My Recent Documents, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places.

43. The page called “Automatic Processing “opens with three options – Finish processing existing pages, Add more pages, and Reprocess all pages.

44. Note – users can click on a “? and drag it to find out about a particular item.

45. The panel below – if clicked – opens a new menu

46. It has (a) an arrow and 1-2-3 and (b) new workflow.

47. Click the 1-2-3 and nil happens.

48. Click the first item on the menu and get…?

49. Click “New workflow “and a panel opens called quote OmniPage is C that states Workflow, Workflow Assistant and Workflow… OmniPage 15. It states, “Only supplied with OmniPage 15. “

50. The second window operates scanning.

51. Click the window and it opens a panel called Workflow Results.

52. The panel below called “Scan B and W “ opens with the following four options – Load file, Scan B & W, Scan greyscale, and Scan colour.

53. A large section opens called “Image Panel “opens with a page showing a dark background.

54… Click “Image Panel” and nil happen.

(Suddenly the second page appears in the image panel).

55. Right click the third window and the following menu opens – Standard, Image, Formatting, and OmniPage Toolbox. The user can check each of these items. Opens OHS see as proofreader – page 2 of 2.

56. A second click opens a panel called OmniPage with the wording – “This page has already been recognised “are you…. It… (The current text will be replaced).

57. The panel was the panel below called “Automatic “opens the new seven options beginning with “Automatic “.

58. (Number three) opens a page called “Saved to file “.

59. The top panel has a “looking in “. The panel shows the name of the file to a white space.

60. File name – blank.

61. Save as – has three options shown by radio buttons – Text, Image, and Multiple.

62. Click text and….

63. Click “Image” and one file opens.

64. Click “Multiple “and many files open – of different types.

New section

65. The “Go to” page opens the panel called “Go to page “with four options – First page, Page, Last page, and where note.

51. Put a number in the panel after page and click “OK” and it puts a blue mark across the appropriate page (though). – Current on left after the number.

52. “Select all “puts a blue background on each row.

53. Do you want to save the current document? Click…

New section.

54. As each page scanned, the Document Manager shows a row for each page.

55. Click “Stop loading pages ” and Document Manager shows with unfilled columns for – note, RE, modified, proofed, scanning, pending.

56. A right click on each produces a menu as follows – Clear, Select all, Go to page, it is note (figure 2).

New section.

57. View – Menu. The toolbar has six options and an” image panel “shows.

58. Next comes Document Manager, as page 10 each, Text Editor,

59. Click Document Manager and the page called “untitled OmniPage document – OmniPage opens.

60. Click “Image Panel “and nil appears to happen.

61. Return to View and click “Text Editor” and a panel on the left has the title “Image panel “.

62. The panel on the right as the title “T – Text Editor “.

63. Click on Text Editor and it lights up while Image Panel becomes grey.

64. Click on the box at top right and it takes up the whole page.

65. Three different views of text editor exist at the bottom left.

66. The following three different text editor views exist – Plain text, Formatted text view, and True Page view.
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Some Details about the Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage (84)

1. Go to All Programs.

2. Scroll up to Scansoft OmniPage SE4 and a panel opens on the right showing Guide and OmniPage SE 4.

3. Click OmniPage

4. A page opens called “Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage.”

5. It shows the following items at the top – File, Edit, View, Format, Tools, Process, and Help.

6. Click File and a menu open that shows in black – Open OPD, Get Page, Export Results, and Print.

7. It also shows the name of files recently copied.

8. Click “Open OPD” and a page called – “Open OmniPage Document (OPD). opens

9. It has “Look in “at the top on the left of a panel that shows the name of the folder (e.g. Training and developing people.) with a list of files underneath.

10. Right click on the name of a file and a menu opens starting with Select, Open, Scan for Viruses, and “Open with”. This last item has an arrow that opens four options – OmniPage application, Firefox, Adobe Reader, and “Choose Program”.

11. Click “Select “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

12. Click “Open “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

13. Click Firefox and a page open called “Some Principles 3.opd

14. It has two options “Open with’ and “Save
Files”.

15, Click the radio button for “open with”.

16. Click OK and a warning shows – Unable to open…already opened.

17. The next line shows “Send to”. It has seven options – Compressed (Zipped) Folder, Desktop, (create shortcut), Mail Recipient, My Documents, 31/2 Floppy (A :) Disc 1 – Data Disc (D :) This latter item “not supported”.

18. Click open and the Image Panel opens with each page shown as a thumbnail,

19. Click View and a menu opens. It includes – Toolbars, Document Manager, Page Image. Text Editor, Text Editor Views…

20. Click Document Manager and below the image Panel a section called document Manager opens that shows a row for each page.

21. Click file and then Open OPD and the Image Panel opens.

22. Click on one of the pages and it shows in blue.

23. Click View and Text Editor and a section on the right called Text Editor Opens with a grey page.

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24. Click … and three different sections open – Image Panel, Text Editor, and below these two “Document Manager”.

25. Each has a square that opens the section into a whole page.

26. At the bottom, very small icons exist for – next page, last page, thumbnail images, page image, document manager, text editor.

27. The middle part shows “image panel “on the left and text editor on the right with document manager underneath. Each has a square. Click on the square and that page opens in full

28. To return to the original size click the top squares.

29. Note – shift plus F3 do not alter the size and type of the font.

30. . . . Click edit and all the items show in grey.

31 . Click View and the menu shows – toolbars, Ruler, Workflow Results, Document Manager, Page Image, Text Editor (in grey), Thumbnail Images, Customise: Full, Text editor – it has three options – True Page, Formatted Text, and Plain Text.

32. . There are fire has six options – Sue (various percentages), Character Map (three options show, recent characters only, and character sets.)

33 . At the bottom will open various percentages.

34. Click format and mostly grey items show it does have is a picture with… And cell alignment.

35. Click tools and it shows Workflow Assistant, Workflows, Use a dictionary, Training file, Zone Template, Enhanced Template, Export converters (opens a page called….)

36. Click process and the following items show – Workflows, Get Page, Perform OCR, Export Results, Rotating image, and Batch Manager.

37. That shows four Windows at the top.

38. The first window has 1, 2, and 3 in small numbers with an arrow over the “3.”

39. Click this window and a panel opens called “workflow results “reports processing facts or problems.

40. And a page called “Load Files opens.

41. It has a “Look in” at the top and the arrow beside the panel that opens shows a long list of folders and files.

42. The left side shows – My Recent Documents, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places.

43. The page called “Automatic Processing “opens with three options – Finish processing existing pages, Add more pages, and Reprocess all pages.

44. Note – users can click on a “? and drag it to find out about a particular item.

45. The panel below – if clicked – opens a new menu

46. It has (a) an arrow and 1-2-3 and (b) new workflow.

47. Click the 1-2-3 and nil happens.

48. Click the first item on the menu and get…?

49. Click “New workflow “and a panel opens called quote OmniPage is C that states Workflow, Workflow Assistant and Workflow… OmniPage 15. It states, “Only supplied with OmniPage 15. “

50. The second window operates scanning.

51. Click the window and it opens a panel called Workflow Results.

52. The panel below called “Scan B and W “ opens with the following four options – Load file, Scan B & W, Scan greyscale, and Scan colour.

53. A large section opens called “Image Panel “opens with a page showing a dark background.

54… Click “Image Panel” and nil happen.

(Suddenly the second page appears in the image panel).

55. Right click the third window and the following menu opens – Standard, Image, Formatting, and OmniPage Toolbox. The user can check each of these items. Opens OHS see as proofreader – page 2 of 2.

56. A second click opens a panel called OmniPage with the wording – “This page has already been recognised “are you…. It… (The current text will be replaced).

57. The panel was the panel below called “Automatic “opens the new seven options beginning with “Automatic “.

58. (Number three) opens a page called “Saved to file “.

59. The top panel has a “looking in “. The panel shows the name of the file to a white space.

60. File name – blank.

61. Save as – has three options shown by radio buttons – Text, Image, and Multiple.

62. Click text and….

63. Click “Image” and one file opens.

64. Click “Multiple “and many files open – of different types.

New section

65. The “Go to” page opens the panel called “Go to page “with four options – First page, Page, Last page, and where note.

51. Put a number in the panel after page and click “OK” and it puts a blue mark across the appropriate page (though). – Current on left after the number.

52. “Select all “puts a blue background on each row.

53. Do you want to save the current document? Click…

New section.

54. As each page scanned, the Document Manager shows a row for each page.

55. Click “Stop loading pages ” and Document Manager shows with unfilled columns for – note, RE, modified, proofed, scanning, pending.

56. A right click on each produces a menu as follows – Clear, Select all, Go to page, it is note (figure 2).

New section.

57. View – Menu. The toolbar has six options and an” image panel “shows.

58. Next comes Document Manager, as page 10 each, Text Editor,

59. Click Document Manager and the page called “untitled OmniPage document – OmniPage opens.

60. Click “Image Panel “and nil appears to happen.

61. Return to View and click “Text Editor” and a panel on the left has the title “Image panel “.

62. The panel on the right as the title “T – Text Editor “.

63. Click on Text Editor and it lights up while Image Panel becomes grey.

64. Click on the box at top right and it takes up the whole page.

65. Three different views of text editor exist at the bottom left.

66. The following three different text editor views exist – Plain text, Formatted text view, and True Page view.
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5. It shows the following items at the top – File, Edit, View, Format, Tools, Process, and Help.

 

6.  Click File and a menu open that shows in black – Open OPD, Get Page, Export Results, and Print.

 

7. It also shows the name of files recently copied.

 

8. Click “Open OPD” and a page called – “Open OmniPage Document (OPD). opens

 

9. It has “Look in “at the top on the left of a panel that shows the name of the folder (e.g. Training and developing people.) with a list of files underneath.

 

10.  Right click on the name of a file and a menu opens starting with Select, Open, Scan for Viruses, and “Open with”.  This last item has an arrow that opens four options – OmniPage application, Firefox, Adobe Reader, and “Choose Program”.

 

11. Click “Select “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

 

12. Click “Open “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

 

13. Click Firefox and a page open called “Some Principles 3.opd

 

14. It has two options “Open with’ and “Save

Files”.

 

15, Click the radio button for “open with”.

 

16. Click OK and a warning shows – Unable to open…already opened.

 

17. The next line shows “Send to”. It has seven options – Compressed (Zipped) Folder, Desktop, (create shortcut), Mail Recipient, My Documents, 31/2 Floppy (A :) Disc 1 – Data Disc (D :)  This latter item “not supported”.

 

18. Click open and the Image Panel opens with each page shown as a thumbnail,

 

19. Click View and a menu opens. It includes – Toolbars, Document Manager, Page Image. Text Editor, Text Editor Views…

 

20. Click Document Manager and below the image Panel a section called document Manager opens that shows a row for each page.

 

21. Click file and then Open OPD and the Image Panel opens.

 

22. Click on one of the pages and it shows in blue.

 

23. Click View and Text Editor and a section on the right called Text Editor Opens with a grey page.

 

 

24. Click … and three different sections open – Image Panel, Text Editor, and below these two “Document Manager”.

 

25. Each has a square that opens the section into a whole page.

 

26. At the bottom, very small icons exist for – next page, last page, thumbnail images, page image, document manager, text editor.

 

27. The middle part shows “image panel “on the left and text editor on the right with document manager underneath. Each has a square. Click on the square and that page opens in full

 

28. To return to the original size click the top squares.

 

29. Note – shift plus F3 do not alter the size and type of the font.

 

30. . . . Click edit and all the items show in grey.

 

31 . Click View and the menu shows – toolbars, Ruler, Workflow Results, Document Manager, Page Image, Text Editor (in grey), Thumbnail Images, Customise: Full, Text editor – it has three options – True Page, Formatted Text, and Plain Text.

 

32. . There are fire has six options – Sue (various percentages), Character Map (three options show, recent characters only, and character sets.)

 

33 . At the bottom will open various percentages.

 

34. Click format and mostly grey items show it does have is a picture with… And cell alignment.

 

35. Click tools and it shows Workflow Assistant, Workflows, Use a dictionary, Training file, Zone Template, Enhanced Template, Export converters (opens a page called….)

 

36. Click process and the following items show – Workflows, Get Page, Perform OCR, Export Results, Rotating image, and Batch Manager.

 

 37. That shows four Windows at the top.

 

38. The first window has 1, 2, and 3 in small numbers with an arrow over the “3.”

 

39. Click this window and a panel opens called “workflow results “reports processing facts or problems.

 

40. And a page called “Load Files opens.

 

41. It has a “Look in” at the top and the arrow beside the panel that opens shows a long list of folders and files.

 

42. The left side shows – My Recent Documents, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places.

 

43. The page called “Automatic Processing “opens with three options – Finish processing existing pages, Add more pages, and Reprocess all pages.

 

44. Note – users can click on a “? and drag it to find out about a particular item.

 

45. The panel below – if clicked – opens a new menu

 

46. It has (a) an arrow and 1-2-3 and (b) new workflow.

 

47. Click the 1-2-3 and nil happens.

 

48. Click the first item on the menu and get…?

 

49. Click “New workflow “and a panel opens called quote OmniPage is C that states Workflow, Workflow Assistant and Workflow… OmniPage 15. It states, “Only supplied with OmniPage 15. “

 

50. The second window operates scanning.

 

51. Click the window and it opens a panel called Workflow Results.

 

52. The panel below called “Scan B and W “ opens with the following four options – Load file, Scan  B & W, Scan greyscale, and Scan colour.

 

53. A large section opens called “Image Panel “opens with a page showing a dark background.

 

54… Click “Image Panel” and nil happen.

 

(Suddenly the second page appears in the image panel).

 

55. Right click the third window and the following menu opens – Standard, Image, Formatting, and OmniPage Toolbox. The user can check each of these items.  Opens OHS see as proofreader – page 2 of 2.

 

56. A second click opens a panel called OmniPage with the wording – “This page has already been recognised “are you…. It… (The current text will be replaced).

 

57. The panel was the panel below called “Automatic “opens the new seven options beginning with “Automatic “.

 

58. (Number three) opens a page called “Saved to file “.

 

59. The top panel has a “looking in “. The panel shows the name of the file to a white space.

 

60. File name – blank.

 

61. Save as – has three options shown by radio buttons – Text, Image, and Multiple.

 

62. Click text and….

 

63. Click “Image” and one file opens.

 

64. Click “Multiple “and many files open – of different types.

 

New section

 

65. The “Go to” page opens the panel called “Go to page “with four options – First page, Page, Last page, and where note.

 

51. Put a number in the panel after page and click “OK” and it puts a blue mark across the appropriate page (though). – Current on left after the number.

 

52. “Select all “puts a blue background on each row.

 

53. Do you want to save the current document? Click…

 

New section.

 

54. As each page scanned, the Document Manager shows a row for each page.

 

55. Click “Stop loading pages ” and Document Manager shows with unfilled columns for – note, RE, modified, proofed, scanning, pending.

 

56. A right click on each produces a menu as follows – Clear, Select all, Go to page, it is note (figure 2).

 

New section.

 

57. View – Menu. The toolbar has six options and an” image panel “shows.

 

58. Next comes Document Manager, as page 10 each, Text Editor,

 

59. Click Document Manager and the page called “untitled OmniPage document – OmniPage opens.

 

60. Click “Image Panel “and nil appears to happen.

 

61. Return to View and click “Text Editor” and a panel on the left has the title “Image panel “.

 

62. The panel on the right as the title “T – Text Editor “.

 

63. Click on Text Editor and it lights up while Image Panel becomes grey.

 

64. Click on the box at top right and it takes up the whole page.

 

65. Three different views of text editor exist at the bottom left.

 

66. The following three different text editor views exist – Plain text, Formatted text view, and True Page view.

Some Details about the Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage (84)

1. Go to All Programs.

2. Scroll up to Scansoft OmniPage SE4 and a panel opens on the right showing Guide and OmniPage SE 4.

3. Click OmniPage

4. A page opens called “Untitled OmniPage Document – OmniPage.”

5. It shows the following items at the top – File, Edit, View, Format, Tools, Process, and Help.

6. Click File and a menu open that shows in black – Open OPD, Get Page, Export Results, and Print.

7. It also shows the name of files recently copied.

8. Click “Open OPD” and a page called – “Open OmniPage Document (OPD). opens

9. It has “Look in “at the top on the left of a panel that shows the name of the folder (e.g. Training and developing people.) with a list of files underneath.

10. Right click on the name of a file and a menu opens starting with Select, Open, Scan for Viruses, and “Open with”. This last item has an arrow that opens four options – OmniPage application, Firefox, Adobe Reader, and “Choose Program”.

11. Click “Select “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

12. Click “Open “and a panel opens that states – Unable to open…already opened.

13. Click Firefox and a page open called “Some Principles 3.opd

14. It has two options “Open with’ and “Save
Files”.

15, Click the radio button for “open with”.

16. Click OK and a warning shows – Unable to open…already opened.

17. The next line shows “Send to”. It has seven options – Compressed (Zipped) Folder, Desktop, (create shortcut), Mail Recipient, My Documents, 31/2 Floppy (A :) Disc 1 – Data Disc (D :) This latter item “not supported”.

18. Click open and the Image Panel opens with each page shown as a thumbnail,

19. Click View and a menu opens. It includes – Toolbars, Document Manager, Page Image. Text Editor, Text Editor Views…

20. Click Document Manager and below the image Panel a section called document Manager opens that shows a row for each page.

21. Click file and then Open OPD and the Image Panel opens.

22. Click on one of the pages and it shows in blue.

23. Click View and Text Editor and a section on the right called Text Editor Opens with a grey page.

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24. Click … and three different sections open – Image Panel, Text Editor, and below these two “Document Manager”.

25. Each has a square that opens the section into a whole page.

26. At the bottom, very small icons exist for – next page, last page, thumbnail images, page image, document manager, text editor.

27. The middle part shows “image panel “on the left and text editor on the right with document manager underneath. Each has a square. Click on the square and that page opens in full

28. To return to the original size click the top squares.

29. Note – shift plus F3 do not alter the size and type of the font.

30. . . . Click edit and all the items show in grey.

31 . Click View and the menu shows – toolbars, Ruler, Workflow Results, Document Manager, Page Image, Text Editor (in grey), Thumbnail Images, Customise: Full, Text editor – it has three options – True Page, Formatted Text, and Plain Text.

32. . There are fire has six options – Sue (various percentages), Character Map (three options show, recent characters only, and character sets.)

33 . At the bottom will open various percentages.

34. Click format and mostly grey items show it does have is a picture with… And cell alignment.

35. Click tools and it shows Workflow Assistant, Workflows, Use a dictionary, Training file, Zone Template, Enhanced Template, Export converters (opens a page called….)

36. Click process and the following items show – Workflows, Get Page, Perform OCR, Export Results, Rotating image, and Batch Manager.

37. That shows four Windows at the top.

38. The first window has 1, 2, and 3 in small numbers with an arrow over the “3.”

39. Click this window and a panel opens called “workflow results “reports processing facts or problems.

40. And a page called “Load Files opens.

41. It has a “Look in” at the top and the arrow beside the panel that opens shows a long list of folders and files.

42. The left side shows – My Recent Documents, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places.

43. The page called “Automatic Processing “opens with three options – Finish processing existing pages, Add more pages, and Reprocess all pages.

44. Note – users can click on a “? and drag it to find out about a particular item.

45. The panel below – if clicked – opens a new menu

46. It has (a) an arrow and 1-2-3 and (b) new workflow.

47. Click the 1-2-3 and nil happens.

48. Click the first item on the menu and get…?

49. Click “New workflow “and a panel opens called quote OmniPage is C that states Workflow, Workflow Assistant and Workflow… OmniPage 15. It states, “Only supplied with OmniPage 15. “

50. The second window operates scanning.

51. Click the window and it opens a panel called Workflow Results.

52. The panel below called “Scan B and W “ opens with the following four options – Load file, Scan B & W, Scan greyscale, and Scan colour.

53. A large section opens called “Image Panel “opens with a page showing a dark background.

54… Click “Image Panel” and nil happen.

(Suddenly the second page appears in the image panel).

55. Right click the third window and the following menu opens – Standard, Image, Formatting, and OmniPage Toolbox. The user can check each of these items. Opens OHS see as proofreader – page 2 of 2.

56. A second click opens a panel called OmniPage with the wording – “This page has already been recognised “are you…. It… (The current text will be replaced).

57. The panel was the panel below called “Automatic “opens the new seven options beginning with “Automatic “.

58. (Number three) opens a page called “Saved to file “.

59. The top panel has a “looking in “. The panel shows the name of the file to a white space.

60. File name – blank.

61. Save as – has three options shown by radio buttons – Text, Image, and Multiple.

62. Click text and….

63. Click “Image” and one file opens.

64. Click “Multiple “and many files open – of different types.

New section

65. The “Go to” page opens the panel called “Go to page “with four options – First page, Page, Last page, and where note.

51. Put a number in the panel after page and click “OK” and it puts a blue mark across the appropriate page (though). – Current on left after the number.

52. “Select all “puts a blue background on each row.

53. Do you want to save the current document? Click…

New section.

54. As each page scanned, the Document Manager shows a row for each page.

55. Click “Stop loading pages ” and Document Manager shows with unfilled columns for – note, RE, modified, proofed, scanning, pending.

56. A right click on each produces a menu as follows – Clear, Select all, Go to page, it is note (figure 2).

New section.

57. View – Menu. The toolbar has six options and an” image panel “shows.

58. Next comes Document Manager, as page 10 each, Text Editor,

59. Click Document Manager and the page called “untitled OmniPage document – OmniPage opens.

60. Click “Image Panel “and nil appears to happen.

61. Return to View and click “Text Editor” and a panel on the left has the title “Image panel “.

62. The panel on the right as the title “T – Text Editor “.

63. Click on Text Editor and it lights up while Image Panel becomes grey.

64. Click on the box at top right and it takes up the whole page.

65. Three different views of text editor exist at the bottom left.

66. The following three different text editor views exist – Plain text, Formatted text view, and True Page view.
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Some Information about Site and Design Options (79)

1. The following gives information not necessarily in good order, I need to change – later.

2. HOME LINK – shows home link in Nav Menu – Tick or untick   ? action

3. The bottom of the Home Page – shows NO index, No follow, and No archive.

(Need to find out when to use.).

4. The Nav menu can use Menu – WordPress or … Which does what.

5. In Design Options – alters the page list in colour at the top of the page menu. Continue reading