||A viewer for PDFs and Tiff
images that collects index information for uploading to a database.
Doc Viewer is a program designed to allow a user to
quickly enter indexing information for a document, create a simple work
flow, move, rename, split and combine tiff images and PDF files.
Used in its most basic form it is a quick way to rename and move scanned
images into a logical file folder hierarchy. In its most complex use it
can be used in workflow to move documents based on decisions or capture
data for importation into a database.
Along with the CSV file the user also has the option of embedding the indexing
information into custom tags if using PDF Files.
program can monitor numerous folders allowing different indexing information to
be collected for different document types.
example would be a mixture of different document types. The user selects
Accounting and the file is moved to the accounting folder, when the accounting
folder is processed the user selects what type of accounting document such as
Purchase Order, Credit Memo, Invoice etc. Once it is in the document type
folder, information is collected about the particular document (Purchase Order
Number, Vendor Amount etc. Because of this it can also be used for simple work
flow. When the user enters the information it can be passed on again for
The program opens a document (Tiff or PDF) in a viewer that has data entry
boxes. The user enters information about the document and it is moved to an
output folder along with the index information.
It is assumed that all like document types are in the same folder. To move them
into a folder where all documents are alike a separate job can be used. The user
can create an unlimited number of Jobs for different document types.
For instance, folder "A" can contain a mixture of documents and the only data
entry needed is to select a document type. When selected the file is moved into
a folder with similar documents. The user opens a job for a particular document
type (the output from folder "A") and enters the index information, once entered
it is moved to an output folder. From here more data can be entered by another
user or it could be made available for importation into a database.
The data entry screen allows the user to have up to 50 fields of information
entered. The options for entry are, text boxes, drop down lists, check boxes and
one comments field. The drop down lists can be populated from a list, a text
file or a CSV file if nicknames are being used. A nick name is a short name for
longer data, such as "Bob", when "Bob" is selected from the list instead of the
word "Bob" being entered it could be a file folder path for Bob's files or his
email address etc.
Can be used to quickly route faxes and PDF files to email
accounts or file folders
Quickly Names and moves files
Standardizes index information
Can be used to create simple workflows
Allows up to 50 pieces of Index information to be collected
about a document
Separates Tiff and PDF files
Automatically loads previous index information for
confirmation (allows a user to confirm index information and append to it
Converts Tiff images to PDFs
Drop down lists can be populated by text or csv files.
Using "Nicknames" a file can be emailed or delivered to a
folder outside of a logical filing scheme
Windows XP, Vista, or Windows Seven
A method of creating or acquiring Tiffs or PDF files such as a scanner, fax
machine, copier with a scan to folder option or an application with a virtual
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