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Importing Single-Page Files


Michael Farris
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Import all JPG files into your case using manual import or the "drag and drop" method. Name your files beforehand and retain the file name when importing. TIP: A JPG is a single file. Therefore, unlike a multi-page file, you must remember to indicate whether you are grouping or separating the files when importing them into your case.

 

Import all single-page TIF files into your case using manual import or the Batch Import method. Name your files beforehand and retain the file name when importing. TIP: A TIF is a single file. Therefore, when manually importing, you must remember to indicate whether you are grouping or separating the files when importing them into your case. Best practice is to import single-page (TIF) files with a (.OLL) load file.

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Import all JPG files into your case using manual import or the "drag and drop" method. Name your files beforehand and retain the file name when importing. TIP: A JPG is a single file. Therefore, unlike a multi-page file, you must remember to indicate whether you are grouping or separating the files when importing them into your case.

 

Import all single-page TIF files into your case using manual import or the Batch Import method. Name your files beforehand and retain the file name when importing. TIP: A TIF is a single file. Therefore, when manually importing, you must remember to indicate whether you are grouping or separating the files when importing them into your case. Best practice is to import single-page (TIF) files with a (.OLL) load file.

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