The Multi-Page Document feature enables the structuring of a document into a customized visual series of images based on compiled metadata and provides user navigation tools to access the visual content. This feature allows the Administrator to create multi-page documents and enables the user or cataloger to link the displays of several pages within a document or book for side-by-side viewing in a sequence of their choice. Rich composites of full images, details, and side-by-side comparisons of different images are easily created.
Whether simple or complex, once a multi-page document is created, viewing it simply requires selecting a document that is a multi-page document (look for the multi-page document icon) and clicking on its icon. At the same time, every image in an Insight multi-page document is fully dynamic--all viewing functions from zooming to accessing descriptive data are always active.
The Multi-Page Document feature enable users the flexibility to show the pages of a document in any sequence, size (as determined by your screen or monitor), or to display images of pages or portions of images in the resolution and area of your choice. Multiple pages of a document can be shown together or individually. An individual page may be positioned, panned, or zoomed.
Viewing Multi-Page Documents
Editing Multi-Page Documents
How to Create/Edit Links for Current Document
How to Measure and Scale a Document Image