Save Index Values
Performs the same function as the Save Index button.
Save All with Current Values
Performs the same function as the Save All button.
Find in List
Searches in the current field to find a specific value. This is useful when a list field is very long and items are not easily found alphabetically. The search string is matched against any part of the list value.
The keyboard shortcut Control+F can be used to quickly access this function.
If there are multiple matches in the list, you can repeat the find to locate subsequent matches.
Reloads all drop-down list fields from the database or text file. Lets you add records to the list during batch processing and refresh the list to use it as an index value in a list field.
Brings up the Edit Text dialog box. This lets you read and edit fields that are too long to view in the standard indexing box.
The Format button applies the space trimming, character stripping, and find/replace functions defined for the current field to the text in the box.
This makes it possible to select blocks of text with the PDF text selection tool, copy it to the clipboard, paste it into the Edit Text box, and quickly reformat the text to match the requirements of your index field. This proves to be a highly efficient way to capture whole paragraphs of text.
Edit Fixed Fields
Selecting this option enables pre-filled field types like Fixed, Autonumber and Autofill so the user can edit the values directly.
Mark/Unmark for Deletion
Performs the same function as the Delete toolbar button.
Performs the same function as the Duplicate toolbar button.
Prompts the user to select Scanner or Existing File, then inserts the new file before the current file in the batch.
Splits the current multi-page file into 2 files, making the current page the first page of the new file.
Performs the same function as the Undo toolbar button.