|Image Viewer Help|
To see document images you will need to have an image capable browser of the correct version. Below is a list of the most popular browsers and the requirements for viewing images.
If you are using I.E. you must have version 6.0 or higher. To find out what version of I.E. you are running, click on Help then About Internet Explorer. If you do not have the required version, you can download it for free from the Microsoft Web site www.microsoft.com or obtain a CD from your local computer store.
When using the IE browser, the JIT Compiler option must be enabled in order to view images. From the main menu of IE, go to Tools --> Internet Options --> Advanced, and enable the Java JIT compiler enabled option under the Java VM section near the bottom of the options list.Back to Top
If you are using Netscape you must have Netscape Communicator 4.7 or higher. To find out what version of Netscape Communicator you are running, click on Help then About Communicator. If you do not have the required version, you can download it for free from the Netscape Web site www.netscape.com or obtain a CD from your local computer store.Back to Top
AOL is an Internet service provider and uses Netscape Communicator as its default browser.Back to Top
PDF is a document format developed by Adobe. In order to view a PDF, you will need a program called Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer. This program can be downloaded for free from the Adobe Web site www.adobe.comBack to Top
The 'Zoom In' button controls the magnification of the image displayed in the viewer window. The visual effect of enlarging an image is achieved by pressing the 'Zoom In' button until the image reaches the desired enlarged size.
The image can then be panned by holding down the primary mouse button and dragging the mouse in the viewer window. The cursor changes to a hand to indicate that panning is enabled. Any image may be dragged or panned if it is scaled so that not all of the image data is visible in the viewer window.Back to Top
The 'Zoom Out' button controls the magnification of the image displayed in the viewer window. The visual effect of reducing an image is achieved by pressing the 'Zoom Out' button until the image reaches the desired reduced size.Back to Top
The 'Best Fit' button is used to scale the image so that it fits exactly within the viewer window without hiding any of the image data.Back to Top
The 'Fit To Width' button is used to scale an image so that it fits exactly within the width of the viewer window (left to right).Back to Top
The 'Fit To Height' button is used to scale an image so that it fits exactly within the height of the viewer window (top to bottom).Back to Top
The 'Rotate' button controls the document orientation. When the button is pressed, the image will be rotated 90 degrees to the right (clockwise rotation) of its original orientation position.Back to Top
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