Print to Image-Master Introduction

Information from many sources can be converted into electronic files by using the Image-Master printer object in Windows. The documentation regarding Print to Image-Master explains how to set up and use the Print to Image-Master features. The Print to Image-Master printer object appears as a virtual printer in Microsoft Windows.

Any application that can print to a Windows printer can utilize Print to Image-Master. When a print job is sent to the Image-Master printer, Image-Master converts the paper representation into an electronic file, saving the image as if the document had been printed to a physical printer and then scanned.

Once a document has been filed using Print to Image-Master, there is no distinction between a Print to Image-Master document and one that has been scanned through a traditional scanner.

Print to Image-Master topics include:

Using Print to Image-Master

Completing the Document Filing Task

Viewing the Print to Image-Master Document

Selecting Filing Databases

Advanced Concepts - Automating the Document Filing Task

Specifying a Specific Database to Receive the Document

Embedding the Filing String Within a Document

Example of Automating the Filing of a Reply to an Email Message

Advanced Concepts - Controlling the Image Attributes

Add Image-Master Macro to Default Collection-Master Template

Document Batch Tracking