To change the photo name and file type
When using the Scan or Get Photo pane to download digital photos, you can set the default naming convention and file type for your photos.
This feature applies only to photos you download by using the Scan or Get Photo pane. When you drag and drop your photos from an attached storage device, such as a USB memory card, you can rename the images before or after you copy them to PaperPort.
To change the default photo name and file type:
On the Desktop ribbon, choose Scan Settings.
In the Scan or Get Photo pane, select the profile Color Photograph, then select Settings and click the Output tab.
In the Enter name box, enter text you want to use to name the downloaded photos or choose from several different date formats.
PaperPort uses a numbering scheme to ensure that items have unique names. The Suffix label tells you the default numbering scheme in effect. (The numbering scheme is set in the Items tab under Options.) PaperPort will consecutively number each new item according to the default numbering scheme; for example, Photo (2), Photo (3), and so on, when the suffix is ( n).
In the File type box, select the file type for your digital images: JPEG (.jpg), PaperPort Image (.max), PDF Image (.pdf), PDF Searchable Image (.pdf), TIFF (.tif), or Windows Bitmap (.bmp). In PaperPort Professional you can also choose PDF-MRC Image (.pdf) or PDF-MRC Searchable Image (.pdf)
For these image file types, except for TIFF and Windows Bitmap, you can click Options to further adjust image quality.
Click on the PaperPort button, choose Options, and then click the Advanced tab to adjust the image quality for PaperPort Image (.max) files.
Click on the PaperPort button, choose Options, and then click the Item tab to set the default numbering scheme.