WYNN Tip: Dynamic
Zoning in WYNN
Zoning Toolbar Buttons
allows you to define your own reading order on a scanned page. Dynamic
Zoning can also be used to avoid recognition errors from graphics,
or to exclude the speaking of headers, footers, or other unwanted
text. WYNN's Dynamic Zoning
Toolbar facilitates the process.
From the Advanced
menu, choose Dynamic Zoning, and then Enable
Dynamic Zoning. Alternatively, Ctrl-F5 enters Dynamic Zoning.
This brings up the Dynamic Zoning toolbar.
Select Re-define to remove the current zone indicators
so that you can redraw the zones in the correct order.
Use your mouse
to draw a box around each block of text you wish to have spoken.
The reading order is determined by the order in which you define
the zones. Do not draw zones around pictures or other graphic images
that can’t be spoken.
Hit the Page
Down key if you want to change the zones on the next page. You will
see existing zones in blue for that page. Follow the steps above
to re-define the reading order for that page. Repeat this process
for each page you wish to re-zone.
When you are done defining new zones on all pages that apply, select
the Re-Process button. This tells WYNN to re-recognize
the document using the newly defined zones, in the order in which
they were created.
Use Revert prior to re-processing your new zones,
if you wish to return to the original zones on the page.
Use Erase if you wish to erase all the zones you
have created and start from scratch.
* Use Dynamic
Zoning prior to doing Document Clean-up!