Imaging for Windows release 4.0
Transform your paper documents into digital image files with Imaging for Windows
Global 360 Imaging for Windows® from OpenText is an intuitive, easy-to-use image viewing application that enables users to scan, edit, annotate, and store paper-based documents. Using Imaging for Windows®, users can convert paper documents into electronic formats, moving paper from the desktop into computers and storage devices. Users can view, edit, email, upload and download image documents to and from the Internet.
As one of the most widely distributed applications worldwide, Imaging for Windows® is a one-size-fits-all solution. It is ideal for any size organisation ready to replace its manual, paper-based environment with a desktop imaging solution. With Imaging for Windows®, users get an advanced system that makes document scanning, storage and retrieval more efficient, secure, and cost effective.
Furthermore, users who are familiar with Imaging for Windows® from an earlier version of the Microsoft® Windows® operating system will be pleased to know that they can now purchase the 4.0 version with its familiar capabilities to use with Windows 7, Windows Vista® or Windows® XP environments.
Imaging for Windows® also includes Flow, a tool that can be used to automate repetitive desktop processes. The Flow application provides a number of sample Flow files that can be used to automate the process of scanning, enhancing, converting, routing, and storing documents and faxes with a single mouse click. For more sophisticated tasks, such as organizing and distributing information based on document content, custom Flow files can be easily created by simply pointing and clicking.
Compatible with Microsoft®
Windows 7, Windows Vista® and Windows® XP, Imaging for Windows 4.0 introduces a range of
new features that enable greater efficiency and productivity, most notably
the ability to view and print
PDF files and a new Multiple Document Interface (MDI) within the
application viewer that lets you display multiple documents at the same time,
with each document displayed in its own window. This enables you to work on
different document types using a common viewing platform. For example, you can
view both a TIFF image from a scanning application and a PDF document on the
same screen at the same time.
For Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Vista users seeking the familiar Kodak Imaging for Windows capabilities and for developers who have used the ActiveX (OCX) controls to integrate imaging functionality within applications, Imaging for Windows is for you. Imaging for Windows makes it easy for you to find, print, photocopy, and distribute paper-based documents. The desktop scanning feature replaces manual data entry; the annotation feature does away with paper memos and stick-on notes and replaces endless photocopying and distribution.
Imaging for Windows leaflet
Prices are in UK pounds Sterling and do not include tax. Please contact us for pricing for more than 100 user licences.
A 14 day downloadable evaluation of Imaging for Windows 4.0 is available. Note that you cannot extend the trial period.
Download Imaging for Windows 14-day evaluation.
Save the downloaded file into a temporary folder, then run 'imaging40.exe' (by double-clicking it) to unzip the contents, and then run 'Setup.exe' to install.
Note Imaging for Windows 4.0 will overwrite earlier versions of Imaging for Windows.
Imaging for Windows is suitable for use with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows 2000.
Hotfixes (Service Packs)
Download Hotfix for Imaging for Windows - hotfixes for release 4.0 and release 2.8
Imaging for Windows Developer Resources
The Imaging for
Windows Developer Resources is a separately packaged and licensed
offering that enables organisations to leverage powerful, highly-developed
ActiveX controls to create robust custom applications with integrated
Download Imaging for Windows 4.0 development guide - guide for programmers of Imaging Developer Resources 4.0
Download Imaging for Windows 2.8 development guide - guide for programmers of Imaging OCXs 2.8
specialise in developing imaging software applications using Imaging
for Windows to your requirements.
An Imaging for Windows software development kit (SDK) is available for developers to image-enable your software.
Document Batch Scanning
Alliance BatchScan provides volume scanning
for TWAIN compatible imaging scanners. Documents may be scanned for
Indexing into Alliance Imager document management software or Alliance PaperChase
records management software or saved into a Windows folder.
Documents are saved as multi-page TIFF files or as PDF files.
Alliance BatchScan is compatible with Global360 Imaging for Windows.
Document Management and Document Imaging
document management and imaging (EDMS) software transforms paper documents and faxes into electronic
documents that can be viewed, edited and distributed within a PC environment and
provides document management of
scanned and electronically generated documents
(such as Word or Excel) in a searchable database.
Alliance Imager indexes your scanned paperwork comprehensively and brings savings in storage space and costs. Instead of searching for that stray document, Alliance Imager enables you to retrieve it on your PC and then view, edit and annotate it!
Alliance Imager is compatible with Global360 Imaging for Windows.
is barcode-driven Records Management (EDRMS) software for file-tracking, storage and
retrieval of original documents, files and archive boxes, and with the Alliance
PaperChase Imaging option
scanned documents may also be stored, retrieved and displayed on screen.
Alliance PaperChase is
Intranet and Internet compatible.
Alliance PaperChase Imaging is compatible with Global360 Imaging for Windows.
Global360 were formerly eiStream, Eastman Software, Kodak and Wang and are now Open Text. Imaging for Windows was formerly known as Kodak Imaging Professional, Kodak Tif Viewer or Imaging for Windows Professional Edition. Imaging for Windows is sometimes known as Microsoft Imaging-for-Windows or Windows Imaging.