Add a form when your workflow requires capture of index data. To add a form, fill out the following 3 tabs:
|Form Name||The name of the form to be displayed by client software, such as QuickCapture Desktop.|
|Icon File||Browse to the folder location that contains GIF, PNG, or JPEG file for this form entry. The Form icon is 48x48 256 color.|
|Form Style||Click the browse button (...) to customize the look and feel of the form you are designing. See Style Builder for specific attribute information.|
|Script File||The Script File feature extends the functionality of otherwise static Forms by allowing
custom VBScripts to be executed on
the server at runtime to update form field values/settings, and to perform any necessary
form field validation based on
available runtime data. Enter the VBScript name for validating the index data on the
For more information, see VBScripting.
|Form Fields||Add fields by clicking the New field button appearing as the first column header and labeled
N. Once you have added the first row, you can tab through to get additional fields
For each field you can configure the field attributes:
|Allow user to change default Original Type||If enabled, user will see an icon representing this scanner setting on the QuickCapture Desktop user interface which allows the user to change the settings. If this option is disabled, the setting is "locked", i.e., the user cannot change scan settings defined for the form.|
|Resolution||Determines the quality of the scanned image. The image resolution is defined by the number of dots-per-inch that are used to create the image. The higher the resolution the sharper the image. 300 dpi is optimal for creating text PDF files.|
|Color||The following options are supported:
|Document Type||Allows you to select from a list of document type to get the optimum scanner setting
for proper documents:
|Contrast (min 1 max 100)||Enhances the edges contained in an image by adjusting the difference between black-and-white,
and thereby making an image
sharper or softer.
In a low contrast setting, the difference between black and white is small, so the image is softer. In a high contrast setting, the difference between black and white is large, so the image is clearer. Thus, the higher the contrast level, the more enhancement of the image edges.
|Threshold (min 0 max 255)||Converts a gray scale image to a black-and-white image. A low threshold value produces a lighter image, and can be used to subdue backgrounds and subtle, unneeded information. A high threshold value produces a darker image, and can be used to help pick up faint images.|
|Output Format||The following options are supported:
|JPEG Quality||The following options are supported:
|Brightness||Determines how light or dark a color will be. The higher the brightness value, the closer a color will be to white, the lower the value, the closer it is to black.|
|Page Size||Displays paper size options based on what is allowed by the individual scanner. If the paper size is not chosen, the scanner will default to 8.5 x 11.0.|
|Show TWAIN user interface|
List of all process components, their description, type, and the configuration button to set their configuration attributes. The configure button (…) appears in the last column within each row.
Select a component by clicking the left-most column next to each component and then configure the component for this form by clicking the configure button (...) in the right-most column on the row.