Image Tab - Unity Client - Foundation 23.1 - Foundation 23.1 - Ready - OnBase - Essential - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Essential - Premier

Unity Client

Platform
OnBase
Product
Unity Client
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

The Image tab allows you to view documents more efficiently and edit documents.

You can use the following buttons to navigate, resize, and reorient the document.

Navigation

Description

Selection Zoom allows you to zoom in on the selected region of the document. When this button is selected, click on the document and drag the mouse to select a region. Release the mouse button to zoom in on the selected region.

Hand Tool allows you to pan, or scroll, the document in any direction. When this button is selected, click on the document and drag the mouse to move the document.

Note:

To pan quickly, hold down the Alt key while moving the mouse.

Previous Document displays the previous document in the Document Search Results list.

Next Document displays the next document in the Document Search Results list.

Previous Page displays the preceding page of a multi-page document.

Note:

You can also press Ctrl + Page Up or F11 to display the preceding page of a multi-page document. If the document is being displayed in the Document Viewer pane, click the document prior pressing Ctrl + Page Up or F11.

Next Page displays the following page of a multi-page document.

Note:

You can also press Ctrl + Page Down or F12 to display the following page of a multi-page document. If the document is being displayed in the Document Viewer pane, click the document prior pressing Ctrl + Page Down or F12.

First Page displays the first page of the document.

Last Page displays the last page of the document.

Go To Page allows you to go to a specific page in the document.

After clicking this button, type a page number and click OK.

Toggle Thumbnails displays or hides thumbnails.

Scale

Description

Zoom In magnifies the view of a document, reducing the portion that is visible. Every zoom increases magnification by one third.

Zoom Out reduces the magnification of a document, increasing the portion that is visible. Every zoom reduces magnification by one third.

Sizing options allow you to select a standard sizing option. Select a specific percentage of reduction or magnification (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%, or 200%), Fit To Width, or Fit To Window. You can also type a custom scale.

Also displays the current magnification percentage whenever the Zoom In or the Zoom Out options are used.

Note:

Fit To Width is selected by default.

Actual Size displays the document in its actual size (as it is stored in OnBase).

Fit To Width resizes the document page so that its width is the same as the width of the document display area.

Fit To Window resizes the document page so that the entire image is displayed in the window.

Transform

Description

Rotate Left rotates the selected pages 90 degrees counterclockwise.

Note:

To rotate all pages in a document at the same time, click Ctrl + A to highlight all pages before clicking Rotate Left.

Rotate Right rotates the selected pages 90 degrees clockwise.

Note:

To rotate all pages in a document at the same time, click Ctrl + A to highlight all pages before clicking Rotate Right.

Rotate 180 rotates the selected pages 180 degrees.

Note:

To rotate all pages in a document at the same time, click Ctrl + A to highlight all pages before clicking Rotate 180.

Flip Horizontally flips the selected pages horizontally around the vertical axis.

Note:

To flip all pages in a document at the same time, click Ctrl + A to highlight all pages before clicking Flip Horizontally.

Flip Vertically flips the selected pages vertically around the horizontal axis.

Note:

To flip all pages in a document at the same time, click Ctrl + A to highlight all pages before clicking Flip Vertically.

Save Flip & Rotation saves any flips or rotations.

Note:

When the Auto-Save Flip and Rotation user option is enabled, this button is not available.

Modify

Description

Edit Pages allows you to edit the current document using the Document Separation window.

For more information, see Separating Image and PDF Documents.

This button is not available under the following conditions:

  • This button is not available during indexing.

  • This button is not available if there are unsaved changes to the document.

Toggle Overlay turns the overlay on and off, if an overlay is present.

Redaction Bitmaps opens the Redaction Bitmaps tab. For more information, see Navigating in the Bitmap Redaction Tab.