Load the images to include in the
Click on the
The Settings dialog box will appear.
Zoom: This is the initial zoom setting for all images.
Fit to Frame: Set the zoom factor so the image will fit in
Frame Size: The size in pixels of each frame.
Text: Include annotation text in each frame.
Framing: Outline each frame.
Page Format: The format for each page
Click on the Set Zoom/Pan button to visually adjust the image within the
Click OK to display the 1st page.
Use the image select
function to display subsequent pages (if applicable).
Disabling Multi-Format: Click on the
button again to return to single image mode.
Selecting Frames: One or more frames may be selected to perform
zoom, pan and W/L functions. To select/de-select a frame, move
the cursor over the desired frame and click on the right mouse button.
Selected frames will be outlined in red.
Deleting an Image: Depress the Delete key to delete
the image from the selected frame.
Inserting Images: Depress the Insert key to insert
images starting at the selected frame. One or more image files may
be selected from the File dialog.
Loading/Appending Image files: You may use all of the File
load functions when the viewer is in Multi-Format display mode.
The Zoom and Pan operation may be applied to selected
frames. When no frames are selected, the operation will apply
to all of the frames in the page.
Zoom: Click on the
button. Drag the mouse up to increase the zoom factor, down to decrease.
Pan: Click on the
button. Drag the mouse in the direction to pan.
Pages may be saved to disk using the Save
Image As menu function. Enable the Save All Images option to
save all of the pages at once.
IMG: This will save the page(s) in multi-format mode.
All multi-format functions will be enabled when these files are viewed.
JPEG: A special feature of saving pages in JPEG format
is that the text and graphics will be overlayed over the compressed image
when viewed with FP Image. This will create smaller files while displaying
the text crisp and sharp as opposed to compressing them along with the
Others: All other formats are saved as normal picture files.