||The name that will be displayed on the MFP for this form.
Single Touch Scan
||Select this check box if you do not want the user to enter any indexing
data about the document. By selecting this option, the scan operation will
start immediately after the user presses the "form" button on the
||Access to the form can be control with the following options:
Public — Allows unrestricted public access to
Restricted Access — Restricts access to users
or groups listed. Users can also search for users and groups by
Active Directory Integrated — Accessing the
active directory to authenticate users.
||This table lists all of the available scan settings. Configure settings in
the four columns:
Settings for Basic Options:
Page Size — Select from the list of available
Sides — Specifies Simplex (one-sided), Duplex
Short Edge (two-sided, bound on short edge) and Duplex Long Edge
(two-side, bound on long edge).
Page Orientation — Orientation of the target
document, either “portrait” or “landscape”.
Resolution — Resolution in dpi (dots per inch)
of the scan.
File Format — File format of the scanned
document (TIFF, JPEG, PDF, RAW (2.0), Secure PDF, XPS).
Multi-Page Tiff — Specifies whether the TIFF
file contains a single page image or a multi-page images
Color Mode — Provides the enumeration for an
available color mode. The target document will be rendered in Black
and White (grayscale) or Color. If no value is specified, Color will
be used. If the device is only able to scan in monochrome then all
scans will be monochrome, regardless of the setting here.
Mono Bit Depth — Specifies bit depth and used
only when Color Mode is set to Black
and White. This setting is ignored if Color
Mode is set to Color and
bit-depth will be set to 24-bit. This setting is only available with
devices using Framework versions 2.x. For previous versions, use the
Composition — Specifies the image composition
of the job. The image composition defines the bit depth, number of
planes, and color space of the image data to be generated by the job.
Not all combinations of image composition, file format and compression
are valid for Framework versions 1.x. This setting is not used and has
no effect for devices running Framework versions 2.x.
Content — Contents of the target
Compression — Specify different formats for
compression of the scanned image. Not available with devices using
Framework versions 2.x.
Settings for Advanced Options:
Note: Not all Lexmark MFPs support these options. Refer to the
user manual for a device for more information.
Custom Job — Allows a user to concatenate sets
of original scan jobs into one single job. Jobs may from different
sources and different settings.
Darkness — The darkness level of the scan with
(1) being the lightest and (9) the darkest.
Edge Erase (Top, Left, Right,
Bottom) — Specifies the amount of image data to erase at
either the top, left, right or bottom of the original image window.
This option allows the user to eliminate unwanted marks along the edge
of the target document.
Scan Preview (hard drive) — When enabled, the
user will see a thumbnail of the image scanned. With flatbed devices,
a thumbnail will be displayed for each page scanned. For ADF devices,
a thumbnail will be displayed for only the first page.
Background Removal — Specify the background
removal level of a scan. Higher values change lighter shades to white.
A value of zero (0) is neutral.
Color Dropout (2.0) — Turns the selected color
to white in order to aid with forms processing functions. Also turns
dark marks and notations to black. This setting only affects grayscale
Color Dropout Threshold (2.0) — Specify the
threshold for shades to become either black or white. By increasing
the threshold, darker shades become black while lighter shades become
white. By decreasing the threshold, darker shades become white while
lighter shades become black.
Contrast — Specify the contrast level of the
scan. Higher values results in more contrast.
JPEG Quality — The amount of image quality and
detail to be retained by the JPEG compression algorithm.
Source — Specify the scanning source.
Negative Image (2.0) — Specify whether the
image produced by the scan is to be inverted.
Shadow Detail — Specifies the black-point level
of the scan.
Scan Edge to Edge — Specify whether target
document will be scanned from edge to edge or only within the
Sharpness — Specify the sharpness of the image.
Increasing the value may be useful for blurry text. Decreasing the
value may be useful for patterns.
Action Button Text (2.0) — Specify the text to
be displayed on the “Action” button. If no text is specified, the
default text for the action is used.
One Page Copy — Specify whether scanner scans
an entire job at one time or one page.
Pdf Password (1.2 on X940e, X945e) — User can
specify a password to use for secure PDF. File
Format must be set to SECURE
PDF. This setting does not apply to Framework versions
Pdf Algorithm (1.2 on X940e, X945e) — Specify
the encryption algorithm to use with secure PDF. File
Format must be set to SECURE PDF. With Framework
versions 2.x, the encryption algorithm is selected automatically.
Restart Job (1.2 and older) — Specify whether
the job must be resubmitted when the job is canceled for any reason.
This setting does not apply to Framework versions 2.x. For Framework
versions 2.x, the user can use Scanner Jam
Recovery instead of this setting.
Scan Recovery (1.2 and older) — Specify whether
a job resumes immediately after the MFP devices jams. Successfully
scanned pages will be preserved and scanning will resume after the
last good page. If setting is not selected, the job will not resume
after the MFP device jam.
Scanner Jam Recovery (2.0) — Specify whether
the full or partial job must be resubmitted when the job is canceled
for any reason. If Page-level is selected and
the entire job must be restarted, then the job must be resubmitted.
The Page-level setting saves all properly
scanned pages but all pages after the first jammed must be
Standard behavior of a form can be modified by responding to events.
Enable Dynamic Form — This check box allows the workflow sever to load
form snap-ins. Here are some examples of what enabling dynamic forms
- Add and remove fields.
- Change field contents, for example, load the contents of a list
field from a database)
- Validate field contents before the document is scanned into the
Snap-in path — Specifies the full path to the
compiled snap-in (.NET assembly) that contains the code to respond to
form and field events. If you have an existing snap-in to use, click
the browse button (...) to locate the
Source Path — Specifies the full path to the
source code of the snap-in. This path is used by code editor to
compile the snap-in only during design time.
Create/Edit Snap-in — You can click this button to
open a code editor window with basic snap-in code. For details of the
code editor window and the object model used to respond to form and
field events, click Help in the code editor window to refer to the
Lexmark Capture Component Snap-in Documentation.
Raise event when Form is loaded — Check this
check box to cause the form to initiate an event every time the user
enters the form.
Raise event when Form is submitted — Select this
check box to make the form to initiate an event every time the user
presses Scan button for the form.