Use this tab to set the parameters for saving the recognized text as an HTML file.
|Synthesis mode||This option allows you to specify if the page layout should be retained
partly or completely. Select one of the following options:
|Keep line breaks||Set this option if you want the original arrangement of lines to be retained, otherwise, the text is formatted in a single line in the HTML file.|
|Keep text color||Set this option if you want the original character color to be retained. If the Retain only paragraphs is selected in Synthesis mode combo box, then this check box is disabled.|
|Use solid line as page breaks||The original arrangement of pages is retained, and pages are separated by a
Note: This option is only available, when Format option is set to Simple.
|Keep pictures||Select this check box to save the pictures together with the recognized text.|
|Picture formats||Select a color image format for exporting to an HTML file with embedded
|Reduce picture resolution to||Sometimes you may want to reduce the image resolution. For example, HTML
files are usually viewed in a browser, so there is no sense to save
high-resolution pictures in such files. So, you may reduce the image
resolution (so reducing the HTML file size) without actually loosing the
visual image quality: enter the necessary resolution value in this field.
This property specifies the value of the JPEG quality for color pictures saved in HTML format in percent. The so-called "quality loss" algorithm is used to compress the image, that is, the compressing technology is based on averaging the groups of pixels, so that a whole region is saved as a single number and not as a large number of numbers that describe each pixel. The higher the value you specify in this field, the higher will be the quality of the image you save. The default value for this property is 75%.
Note: This value is ignored for PNG pictures.
|HTML fields||Click to open HTML Fields dialog box to set property
Note: When HTML is used as the output file format, you get an HTML file and some images that the HTML file references. Renaming the images breaks the internal links. Do not use the rename schema when exporting to HTML format.