WYNN Tip: Scanning
To scan a page
or document, click the Scan button from the blue tool bar.
While the page
is being scanned, a dialog box informs you that WYNN is processing
the page. To interrupt scanning, you can press the Cancel
button on this dialog box. There may be a slight delay before WYNN
interrupts the scanning process. Once scanning is done, WYNN displays
the scanned page on your screen in Text View.
Click the Exact View button to see an
exact image of the original page.
This menu lets
you control how WYNN scans and displays the page after scanning
Scan and Insert
New Page (Scan Menu item) (I).
menu item to scan a page and have it inserted before the page where
the cursor is currently located. WYNN lets you insert a new scanned
page into any document, including a word processing file that was
opened in WYNN.
Scan and Replace
Current Page (Scan Menu item) (R).
menu item when you are in a scanned document, to scan a page and
have it replace the current scanned page. This option is useful
if you are reading a scanned document and come to a page that contains
many recognition errors. Scan and Replace Current Page lets you
re-scan that page and put it in the right place in your document.
You may wish to adjust contrast or other scanning settings prior
to re-scanning the page.
to the items on the Scan menu, WYNN provides a number of other ways
to modify the scanning process.
Use this to
have WYNN automatically correct recognition errors.
Set up batch
scanning, change contrast settings, and modify other settings that
fine tune the scanning process.
lets you change the reading order on any page. You can also use
Dynamic Zoning to have WYNN ignore areas of a page, such as page
numbers and diagrams, that you don’t want spoken. See the
Dynamic Zoning tip sheet for more details.