The menu commands in the Scan application let you access commands for executing many different tasks.
If you are using macOS, the Scan menu commands let you display product and version information, and close the Harmony.
|About Scan||Displays product and version information.|
|Exit||In macOS, closes the Harmony and ends the current session.|
The File menu commands let you open drawings, select scanned drawings to load, create a list of labelled cells and close your session.
|Open Drawings||Opens the Database Selector dialog box in which you select the drawings to be scanned or add new scenes and elements to a job.|
|Load From File||Lets you select a previously scanned drawing to load into the Scan module.|
|Build Manual List||Opens the Manual List dialog box for you to create a list of labeled cells.|
|Exit||In Windows or Linux, closes the Scan module and ends your current session.|
The Edit menu commands let you open the drawing list, reverse the drawing list, select the vectorization style, and create a plain text file for each scan.
|Drawing List||Opens the Drawings Selector dialog box for labelling cells to accept drawings.|
|Reverse Drawing List||Reverses the sequence of drawings in the Drawing List.|
Opens the Vectorization Styles dialog box for selecting the vectorization style to apply when scanning drawings.
|Create ScanInfo File||Creates a plain text file for each subsequent scan. This file contains information such as the paper size and DPI used during scanning. Each plain text file is located in the same directory and has the same file name as the scanned image with the file extension SI.|
The Scanner menu commands let you eject paper from a scanner and access scanner information.
|Info||Opens the Scanner Information dialog box to view scanner name, device, model, and description information.|
Ejects a page from a scanner’s automatic document feeder (ADF). This command is only activated when a paper jam occurs. This option is not available on all the scanners.
The Help menu commands let you access scanner information, identify problems when scanning and access the documentation.
|About||In Windows or Linux, displays product and version information.|
|Debug Mode||Identifies a problem encountered in Harmony.|
|Help||Opens the online help product documentation.|