Imaging for Windows 4
Imaging for Windows provides the Imaging
component for Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and 8.
OpenText Global 360 Imaging for Windows 4.0 has desktop imaging functions in a
single, easy-to-use application that enables users to scan, edit and store
paper-based documents. With Imaging for Windows, users can easily convert
paper-based information into digital documents that can be viewed, edited, OCRd,
distributed via email, and posted to or downloaded from the Internet.
Compatible with Microsoft® Windows 7, Windows Vista® and Windows® XP, Imaging for
Windows 4.0 introduces a range of new features that enable greater efficiency
and productivity, most notably the ability to view and print PDF files and a new
Multiple Document Interface (MDI) within the application viewer that lets you
display multiple documents at the same time, with each document displayed in its
own window. This enables you to work on different document types using a common
viewing platform. For example, you can view both a TIFF image from a scanning
application and a PDF document on the same screen at the same time.
Imaging for Windows Developer Resources
The Imaging for Windows Developer Resources is a separately packaged and
licensed offering that enables organisations to leverage powerful,
highly-developed ActiveX controls to create robust custom applications with
integrated imaging capabilities.
The Imaging for Windows ActiveX controls enable software developers to add
imaging capabilities to custom applications and programs that support ActiveX,
including the Visual Basic (VB6) and Visual C++ programming languages.
The following controls are included with the Imaging for Windows Developer
• Image Administration Control (imgadmin.ocx) – Administers image
files, provides common dialog boxes for image operations, and manipulates pages
within an image file.
• Image Edit Control (imgedit. ocx) – Displays, annotates,
manipulates, and manages image files.
• Image Annotation Tool Button Control (included with imgedit.ocx) –
Adds text and graphical annotations to displayed image files.
• Image Scan Control (imgscan.ocx) – Scans paper documents via
• Image Thumbnail Control (imgthumb.ocx) – Displays thumbnail views
of images contained in an image file.
• Image OCR Control (imgocr.ocx) – Converts image files to formatted,
• Image PDF Control (imgpdf.ocx) – Adds PDF display and print
functions to applications
- 166 MHz Intel Pentium PC or greater
- Microsoft Windows® 98, Windows NT 4.0 (SP6a or later), Windows® 2000
Pro, Windows XP SP1, Vista or Windows 7
- 32 MB or more of RAM for Windows 98; 64 MB of RAM or more for Windows 2000,
Windows NT 4.0, XP, Vista and Windows 7
- 30 MB of available hard-disk space
- CD-ROM drive for installation
- TWAIN-compliant device (optional) and fax/modem card (optional) to take
advantage of Global 360 Imaging for Windows scanning and faxing capabilities.
Imaging for Windows was formerly known as
Kodak or Wang Imaging Professional or Imaging for Windows. Imaging for Windows
was included as part of Microsoft Windows up to and including Windows 2000 and
is now available for XP, Vista and Windows 7 and 8.
A software development kit 'Imaging for
Windows Developer Resources' is available to allow integration with
your own software. Supplied as an ActiveX, it is compatible with several
programming languages including Visual Basic (VB6).
Imaging for Windows is not included
in Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.
For further details see Imaging
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