Navigating in the Content Raven Document Viewer, April 20, 2016

End-user view of document:

The document viewer icons will be seen at the top section of the document panel, and on the left side panel of the document. The icons are explained below.

1. Icon – Cover Continuous

Clicking on the “Cover Continuous” icon will provide the following view of the document:

   

 2. Icon – Facing Continuous

Selecting the “Facing Continuous” icon provides the following view:

3. Icon – Continuous

Selecting the “Continuous” icon provides the following view:

4. Icon - Download

Clicking on the “Download” icon allows the end-user to download the document to local device.

5. Icon - Comments

Clicking on the “Comments” icon will display a pop-up window space for the user to enter any comments to record on the selected page. Once the comments are entered, clicking the “Submit” button at the bottom of the “Add Page Comment” space will save the comment on this page. This saved comment will be available any time the user accesses the document.

The comment that has been saved by clicking the “Submit” button will be listed in the “Add Page Comment” space. The “Add Page Comment” space can be closed by clicking on the “X” at the top right hand corner.

6. Icon - Notes 

Clicking on the “Notes” icon will display a pop-up window space for the user to enter notes on the selected page. Once the notes are entered, clicking the “Submit” button at the bottom of the “Notes” space will save the notes on this page. This saved note will be available any time the user accesses the document.

The “Notes” pop-up window can be closed by clicking on the “X” icon in the top right hand corner of the “Notes” window.

7. Icon - Next

The “Next” icon provides a means to navigate the pages of the document. Clicking this icon will take the user to the next page.

8. Icon – “Previous”

The “Previous” icon provides a means to navigate the pages of the document. Clicking this icon will take the user to the previous page.

9. Icon - "1/57" pages found

The current page number and the total number of pages in the document are displayed as shown below:

10. Icon - Zoom Out

Clicking the “Zoom out” icon reduces the document size in the viewer.

11. Icon - Zoom In

12. Icon - Rotate

Clicking the “Rotate” icon will rotate the document 90 degrees in the clockwise direction. The view after one click is shown below:

 13. Icon - Fit Width

Clicking on the “Fit Width” icon will expand the content side-ways to fit the width of the viewer.

14. Icon - Fit Page

15. Icon - Back

Clicking on the green back arrow will take the user back to the content catalog.

16. Icon - Search (Top Right Hand Corner)

User can search for a word occurrence in the entire document. The word needs to be entered in the space provided in the top right hand corner. The search icon is visible to alert the viewer to this function. The search space and the search icon are highlighted in screen shot below.

The word of interest will be highlighted in every occurrence as shown above. In this example the word that was searched was “guide”.

Once the word is entered in the “Search” space in the top right-hand corner, all occurrence of that word will be listed in the left navigation panel. User can click on the desired occurrence on the left navigation panel to go directly to that page. The user can also get to the next occurrence by pressing the “Enter” key on the computer.

17 Icon – Search (First Icon on the Left Navigation Bar)

The user has another “Search” icon option on the left navigation bar. It provides the same functionality, as the “Search” ability in the top right hand corner of the document. The user can enter the word to search, and all occurrence of the word will be listed in the left navigation bar. The user cannot use the “Enter” key to get to the next occurrence in this scenario. In the example shown below the search word was “Account”.

There are two options for the word search:

  • Whole word Only
  • Case Sensitive

These options are highlighted in the screen shot below:

18 Icon - Annotations

The icon below the search icon on the left navigation bar is the “Annotations” icon highlighted below. This icon has 4 different functions that will be discussed.

 

18 a. Icon - Sticky Notes

 Clicking on the “Sticky Note” icon will give you an active “+” icon (cursor control) that lets you place a comment in any location in the current page. The user can make a comment on the page.

Clicking the “Submit” button will enter the comment into the specific page. If the comment needs to be available for future reference, you can save the comment by clicking on the “Save” button shown in the left navigation bar. The yellow sticky provides the option to “Delete” the note. You can view the note/comment by clicking on “Note” (located above the yellow sticky) - The comment will be displayed in the right side panel of the document as shown above.

18 b. Icon - Text strikeout

The user can strike out text on the document using the “Text strikeout” tool. Clicking on this icon (highlighted below) will provide an active cursor that can be used to strike out the text. If the text strikeout needs to be available for future reference, the text strikeout needs to be saved using the “Save” button.

18 c. Icon - Text Underline

The user can underline any text using this tool. Clicking on this icon will provide the user an active cursor that can be used to perform the function. You can save this change by clicking on the “Save” button.

 

 

18 d.Icon - Text Highlight

The user can highlight text as shown below using the “Text Highlight” tool. Clicking on the “Text Highlight” icon will provide an active cursor that will highlight text as shown below. The text “User Guide” has been highlighted using the “Text Highlight” tool. The highlighted text can be saved using the “Save” button.

18 e. Icon - Page

Clicking on the “Page” button will place the annotation actions, relative to their position in the page, on the right panel of the document.

18 f. Icon - Time

Clicking on the “Time” button will place the annotation actions performed on the document, relative to the time of these actions, on the right panel of the document.

19. Icon - Thumbnails

The user can see “Thumbnail” view of the document if the document has thumbnail content associated with it. If the document does not have such content, the system will display a message “No Thumbnails”.

The user can scroll down the thumbnail images and select the page for expanded view on the main display portion of the document as shown below. The highlighted page on the left panel is the selected page.

20. Icon - Outline View

Clicking on the “Outline View” will provide the “Outline View” of the document on the left navigation panel. This view will be shown only if the document has this information. If the document does not have an “Outline View”, then the user will be alerted with the message “This document has no outlines”. The “Outline View” shows the structure of the document and user can navigate to select the chapter of interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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