This topic describes scanning settings that are available for the Ricoh SOP component. These settings are configured on the General tab in the form settings.
|Scan Color||Indicates whether to scan the original in color or black and white mode:
|File Format||Indicates the type of the file to save scanned data. The following file
types are supported:
Includes multiple pages in a single file.
Choose the appropriate page size from this list.
The Ricoh device console only displays the page sizes that are supported by the MFP. If you select a page size here that is not supported by the MFP, the device will map your selection to one of the supported page sizes on the MFP.
|Digital Signature Pdf||
Applies a digital signature to a PDF file. This option may not show on the device console.
Digital signatures let you identify any unauthorized changes made to a document after it is signed.
|High Compression Pdf||
Applies maximum compression to PDF files. This option may not show on the device console.
Compression helps to make your PDF files smaller but may result in lower quality images.
Uses PDF/A format, which is designed for long-term archiving of documents.
PDF/A is an ISO-standardized version of the Portable Document Format (PDF) specialized for the digital preservation of electronic documents. The "A" stands for "Archive". PDF/A differs from PDF by prohibiting features ill-suited to long-term archiving, such as font linking (as opposed to font embedding). The ISO requirements for PDF/A file viewers include color management guidelines, support for embedded fonts, and a user interface for reading embedded annotations.
Allows users to preview scanned documents before they are sent to the AutoStore workflow.
|Compression Method||Indicate the type of compression:
|Compression Level||Specifies compression level for files between Level1 and Level5. Higher levels create smaller file sizes but may result in less resolution.|
|Resolution|| Indicates the scanning resolution:
Indicates the orientation of the original being scanned.
|Simplex/Duplex||Indicates whether to scan one or both sides of the original.