How to Set the File Format

To set format for the output file, double-click the ImagePrinter Pro desktop icon and choose the File Format tab on the left panel.

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On the left panel there are radio buttons for supported formats and on the right area you’ll see options for the currently selected format. In the Color radio group you can choose the color quality for the output image (available options depend on the selected format, see the table below for more details). The Extract text to file checkbox allows you to set the encoding (ANSI or UTF-8) and the end-of-line character (Windows-type, Unix-type, or none, which means that all the text will be extracted into a single line).

For a complete description of all the formats, see the table below.

File Format

Options

BMP

No additional optionsAvailable colors:

·Monochrome

·256 colors

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

PNG

No additional optionsAvailable colors:

·Monochrome

·256 colors

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

JPG

·Quality of image compression list box enables you to set the quality of the output file in percent (100 stands for the best possible quality).

Available colors:

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

JP2

No additional optionsAvailable colors:

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

TIFF

·Quality of image compression list box enables you to set the quality of the output file in percent (100 stands for the best possible quality).

·Method of compression radio group lets you to configure the compression algorithm. Note that most image viewers do NOT support TIFF images with JPEG or ZIP compression, so use this options only if it is really necessary.

·Multipage checkbox indicates that each initial document will be converted into a single page of the TIFF file rather than separate TIFF file.

Available colors:

·Monochrome

·256 colors

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

GIF

No additional optionsAvailable colors:

·Monochrome

·256 colors

·Grayscale

PDF

·Quality of image compression list box enables you to set the quality of the output file in percent (100 stands for the best possible quality).

·Multipage checkbox indicates that each initial document will be converted into a single page of the PDF file rather than separate PDF file.

·Add Text Layer checkbox allows you to choose whether you need a text layer in the output file or not.

·Maximal file quality list option indicates that the output file has the highest quality possible (usually it is 300 dots per inch).

·Minimize file size list option indicates that output file will be as small as possible, but with relatively low quality (90 dots per inch).

·The Advanced button displays the Advanced PDF Settings dialog with two tabs where you can set up PDF properties (title, subject, author, etc.) and also enable the security level of your document (that is, what other people can do with it — print, modify, extract text and/or images, etc.)

Available colors:

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

SWF

·Quality of image compression list box enables you to set the quality of the output file in percent (100 stands for the best possible quality).

·Multipage checkbox indicates that each initial document will be converted into a single page of the SWF file rather than separate SWF file.

·Add Text Layer checkbox allows you to choose whether you need a text layer in the output file or not.

·Protect SWF checkbox activates the password field where you can set the password to prevent people from editing your output file.

·Animate checkbox enables animated page flipping in the output SWF file.

Available colors:

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

RTF

No additional options

Available colors:None

DjVu

·Multipage checkbox indicates that each initial document will be converted into a single page of the DjVu file rather than separate DjVu file.

Available colors:

·Grayscale

·TrueColor

XLS

No additional optionsAvailable colors: None

HTML

Quality of image compression list box enables you to set the quality of the output file in percent (100 stands for the best possible quality).
·Multipage checkbox indicates that each initial document will be converted into a single page of the HTML file rather than separate HTML file.
·Add Text Layer checkbox allows you to choose whether you need a text layer in the output file or not.Available colors:

·Grayscale
·TrueColor

Note. By default, each change you make will be applied for all users. If you want to apply changes only for yourself, disable the Settings for all users checkbox in the bottom left corner.