The Grooper Document viewer is the portal to your documents.
Understanding the Document Viewer means knowing the functionality of its main toolset.
Document Viewer Toolbar
The Document Viewer Toolbar runs along the top of the pane on the right of the screen, just above the document you are viewing. (Some buttons do not apply to certain file types and will be hidden in those contexts.)
This lets the user re-position the document in the viewer typically as a result of it being at some level of zoom.
This lets users make a rectangular zoom selection and fits that selection to the display window.
This lets users click & drag to see a magnified overlay window, great for viewing character or image quality details close-up.
Transform and File System Tools
These tools allow the user to rotate the document in 90° in either a clockwise or counter-clockwise fashion.
Print and Save Page Tools
These tools allow a user to either print or save (as a PDF, among other image formats) the currently displayed page.
This drop-down lets the user select which rendition of the file to display. For OCR’ed documents, you can choose between the image or the OCR text. For PDF documents that have been Recognized, you can view the PDF in its Native Format or its Character Data renditions. XML-Based Word and Excel Documents (.docx and .xslx files from Office 2007 onward) can be viewed their component XML files, where users can see versioning, formatting, style, application, workbook, sheet, and other information within the document.
Page View Tools
Prior to Grooper 2.9 the Rendition Selector, and most of the image adjustment tools on pages did not exist.