Customizing Document Manager columns
The Document Manager presents information on the current document in table form. Each row represents one page. The Customize Columns dialog box (available in the View menu under Customize Columns…) allows you to select which columns of information you want to see and in which order. Select the checkmarks of items you want to see. Highlight an item and use the Move buttons to fix the order of the columns. Highlight an item and use the edit box to define a width for the column (you can also change column widths easily in the Document Manager by dragging the column separator).
The information columns available are:
Page and Status:
All pages are numbered. The current page is shown with . The status is displayed with an icon and also in words. Click here to see the different status icons.
The number of characters recognized on the page excluding spaces. This does not include text in Ignore or Graphics zones or falling outside zones.
The number of suspect words on the page. These are words containing suspect characters (whose recognition was unsure) and/or non-dictionary words.
The number of rejected or unrecognized characters on the page. By default these are marked ~. This marking symbol can be changed in the OCR panel of the Options dialog box.
The number of words recognized on the page. This does not include text in Ignore or Graphics zones or falling outside zones.
This is the proportion of rejected characters to the total number of characters recognized on the page, expressed as a percentage.
This is the recognition speed attained on the page. This does not include proofing time.
This is the time taken for the recognition process in seconds. It does not include proofing time.
This displays the image file path and name or states “Scanner”.
This is the time taken for image acquisition, in seconds. It is the time needed to open an image file, or to perform scanning. In both cases it includes image pre-processing, which may involve rotating, straightening and cleaning the image.
This provides the resolution of the original image in dots per inch (dpi) for each dimension. For black-and-white images, this resolution will be conserved if the image is saved and also for any graphic elements embedded in the recognized text. Grayscale or color images with 150 dpi or above are usually converted to 150 dpi for saving or embedding unless you selected ‘Keep original image resolution’ in the Process panel of the Options dialog box.
This is the image size in pixels in the two dimensions.
Black-and-white, grayscale or color.
This column accepts searchable keywords or comments from the user. Use these keywords in the Go to Page dialog box to find pages containing the entered keywords.
More columns tell which processed have already run on the image
The columns Words, Suspect words and Words/minute carry meaning for Korean, but are not useful for Japanese or Chinese.