To set the image quality for new items
Using PaperPort Options, you can set the image quality for new PaperPort Image (.max) files and PDF files that are created during certain operations. Specifically, you can set the quality for whenever you:
Save a file as a PaperPort Image item
Print a file to the PaperPort desktop as a PaperPort Image (.max) or PDF file.
The level of file compression determines image quality. Higher compression levels result in a loss of image quality, while lower compression levels increase image quality but also increase file size. Large files occupy disk space and can take a long time to send and display over the Internet.
To set the image quality
Click on the PaperPort button, choose Options, and then click the Advanced tab.
Select the image quality you want to use.
To set the image quality for scanned items, in the Scan pane, click Settings, and then select the Output tab. The Options button is available whenever you select a valid file type.
To set the image quality when saving an item as a JPEG or PDF file, click Options in the Save As dialog box.