File Functions

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As described in the previous section, there are three main types of Viewers.  They are as follows:

Image Viewer:

This is used for image files and functions include: print, convert, rotate, and navigate to other images in the folder.

Text Viewer:

This is used for text files and functions include: print, changing font size, text editing, and saving edit changes.

Archive Viewer:

This is used to open archive files and you can extract files within the archive and get info on any archived file.

Questions and Answers

The following is a Knowledge Base question and corresponding answer relevant to the topics in this section.


toggle_expand_16 What functionality do I have with my unregistered version?


The trial version of the program offers you the ability to run the program and see how well it handles opening file formats.  There are some restrictions though including not being able to print or convert files without having a "watermark" placed on the image.


Here is an example of a watermarked image:




There is also a semi-transparent diagonal block area in the Viewer as can be seen here.  The right pane panel is also present here and is not in the registered version.


The full list of function restrictions for an unregistered version include:

When you print an image or text file a watermark is included.
When you convert an image a watermark is included with the image.
No text editing is possible for text files.
The Viewers appear as seen here to the right.


For more information on how to register the product, see: Trial Version & Registration.