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Mobile Access for iPad

Mobile Access for iPad
Foundation 22.1

If necessary, you can crop an image to make it smaller or to remove extra portions of the image. Perform the following steps to crop an image:

  1. With the selected image in view, tap Crop in the lower left-hand corner of the screen:

    A box displays on the image.

  2. Move or resize the box by pressing and dragging the circles so that the area of the image you want to save is displayed within the box.

    Images captured using the Photo option in the camera viewfinder can be cropped from four (4) adjustment points, indicated on the box by lightly-colored circles. Because of this, the crop box is limited to a rectangular shape.

    Images captured using the Document option can be deskewed, and the crop box is not limited to a rectangular shape. These images can be cropped from eight (8) adjustment points. This allows you to get as close as possible to the edges of a document if the document captured in the photo is misaligned. When a document is cropped, the cropped image is automatically deskewed and straightened into a rectangular document.

    • To move the box, press and drag the box to the desired location.

    • To resize the box, press and drag a side or corner of the box to the desired position.

    • For precise cropping, a magnifier is displayed as you resize the box:

    The following example shows an image that is ready to be cropped:

  3. When you are ready to crop the image, tap Apply.