Opens the Select Batch dialog box which will list only those batches that are in the QA module. Select a batch by highlighting it and clicking Select.
Brings up the Close Batch dialog box. Prompts the user to select one of three options described below:
Close Batch - Closes the current batch. The user stays in the Quality Assurance Module, and the Select Batch dialog comes up.
Close Batch and Continue in Next Workflow Step - Closes the current batch and the Quality Assurance Module. The batch is immediately reopened in the next module of the workflow.
Suspend Batch in Quality Assurance - Suspends the batch in the Quality Assurance workflow step for processing at a later time. The Quality Assurance Module remains open and the Select Batch dialog box comes up.
Opens the Batch Information dialog. The button for Modify Capture Profile Definition as well as the Batch Overrides tab will not be available.
Allows the user to easily perform individual image processing to a specific page, document, or folder.
Selecting any of the processes will bring up a preview window showing the original image and the new image. The drop down list allows the user to apply the process to the current page, document, folder, entire batch, or flagged items. To accept the new image, the user must then click Apply.
Automatically advances through pages for viewing. See QA Settings for more information.
Attempts to automatically orients all pages in the current batch.
Allows various QA auto processing commands to be configured and run on the current batch.
Toggles the Thumbnail Viewer on or off. The Thumbnail Viewer displays the pages of the current document as thumbnails in the Image Viewer pane. The user can choose smallest, small, medium, or large for thumbnail sizes.
Opens a new viewer in the Image Viewer pane.
Allows the users to choose which type of records to show in Data View. The record types available are: Folder/Document Hierarchical view, Folder Records only or Document Records only.
Allows the selection of the device used to capture images.
Allows for the creation of device profiles for capture device settings. For scanners, driver settings can be configured and named for quick recall during capture operations. For the Import Device, folder paths can be specified for quick access to image directories.
Print - Prints the current batch or the current data view.
Export Data View - Exports data to an external data file.
Import/Export Device Profiles - Enables users to export a device profile on a workstation, and import that profile to an alternate workstation. Because device profiles are unique on each workstation this is often helpful.
Device Driver Information - Provides information on the device driver. The information is unique per application.
QA Setup - Brings up the Quality Assurance Settings dialog. NOTE: All settings should be defined previously by the system administrator. However, some QA operators may wish to make adjustments to the individual batch’s settings to suit the operator's needs.
Image Processing Options - Brings up the Image Processing Profiles dialog where various profiles are listed. A new profile can be added, or an existing profile can be edited, enabled, or disabled. NOTE: All settings should be defined previously by the system administrator. However, some QA operators may wish to make adjustments to the settings to suit the needs of a particular batch or page. See Capture Profile - Image Processing for more details.