Selecting a page in the Thumbnails window displays the content of this page in a document viewing area for displaying images. Note that it is not possible to edit the content of TIFF documents.
A toolbar is provided with controls for navigating and viewing images, and adding annotations. Section Viewer Toolbar Functions provides a table with all viewer toolbar functions and their description. The following sections describe some of these functions in detail:
To zoom a page in and out, you can also click on the page and use the mouse wheel. The page can be moved by dragging it via the mouse over the canvas.
For details on the annotations
The following toolbar functions are available in the TIFF viewer:
|Jump to first page of a document||Disabled when user is on first page of document|
|Jump to previous page of a document||Disabled when user is on first page of document|
|Jump to next page.||Disabled when user is on last page of document, or when displaying a single page TIFF|
|Jump to last page of a document||Disabled when user is on last page of document or when displaying a single page TIFF|
|Zoom In||Magnifies image 10% each time clicked|
|Zoom Out||Shrinks image 10% each time clicked|
|Fit to Window||Shrinks or enlarges the image to the largest size that will fit entirely within the window|
|Fit to Height||Shrinks or enlarges the image so that it is the same height as the window|
|Fit to Width||Shrinks or enlarges the image so that it is the same width as the window|
|Rotate Right||Rotates the page 90 degree clockwise|
|Rotate Left||Rotates the page 90 degree counterclockwise|
|Grayscale||Converts the color to grayscale (temporary viewing tool; not saved as part of annotations)|
|Invert||Inverts the color of the page (temporary viewing tool; not saved as part of annotations)|
|Sticky Note||Adds Sticky Note Annotation|
|Highlight||Enables highlighter tool|
|Select Stamp||Enables the Stamp tool|
|Selected Stamp||Small thumbnail image of the selected stamp. The drop arrow next to the image of the selected stamp activates the Stamp Selection window when clicked.|
|Show/Hide Annotations||Toggles the display of all added Annotations. Enabled (show) by default.|
The icons Rotate Right and Rotate Left allow rotating an image in the desired direction.
Figure: Rotate a Page 90 degree clockwise.
To convert the current page to grayscale, click the Grayscale icon .
Figure: Convert Page to Grayscale.
Gray scale changes are not saved as part of annotations. They serve as temporary supporting tools while viewing the image.
Click the Invert icon to invert the color of the current page.
Figure: Invert Image Color.
Inverting color changes are not saved as part of annotations. They serve as temporary supporting tools while viewing the image.
To add a note to the current page, click the Note icon in the toolbar and subsequently click a location on the page where you like to paste the note.
Figure: Click to add a note.
A note field is added to the page. Double-click the field to make it editable.
Figure: Double-click to edit the note.
Now you can enter text.
Figure: Enter a text.
The Highlighter allows you to draw a semi-transparent rectangular overlay to highlight an area of the document.
To add a highlighter to the current page, click the Highlighter icon in the toolbar and subsequently click a location on the page where you like to paste the highlight.
Figure: Add a Highlighter to the document.
To resize the highlight area, click in the lower right corner and drag the rectangle accordingly.
Figure: Resize and drag the Highlighter.
The Stamp tool allows you to add predefined images onto the document as stamps. This might could be e.g. scanned signatures or stamps to mark sections as approved or rejected. All images, residing in the repository folders documents/stamps and realms/realm/users/users/documents/stamps, can be added as stamps to your document pages. You can upload them to your Document Repository. For details refer to chapter Viewing and Managing Document Repository Resources. For example:
Figure: Example repository containing uploaded stamps.
To select a stamp:
To add a selected stamp to your page: