Ricoh menu and right mouse button popup menu
The Table Ricoh and right click menu options describes the options you can select from the Ricoh menu that is added to the Adobe Acrobat Pro menu bar and when you right click in a PDF file.
Ricoh and right click menu options
Left-mouse button menu
The Table RICOH ProcessDirector Plug-in for Adobe Acrobat left mouse menu describes the options you can select from the RICOH ProcessDirector Plug-in for Adobe Acrobat menu that you see when you use the left mouse button to draw a box in the PDF file. To use the left mouse button, you must first make RICOH ProcessDirector Plug-in for Adobe Acrobat the active tool in Adobe Acrobat by either clicking the plug-in icon or by clicking . You draw a box in a PDF when you want to select text or define an area to place markup. To draw a box, click the left mouse button, and without letting go of the mouse button, drag the cursor down and to the right until you have either selected the text you want or have drawn a box the size that you want. When you release the mouse button, a menu pops up with the following options.
RICOH ProcessDirector Plug-in for Adobe Acrobat left mouse menu
|Define Page Group||Defines a page group to break a PDF file into mailpieces, such as statements or invoices. You must define the page group before you add markup or define document properties.|
|Define Conditional Trigger||Defines a conditional trigger from text in the PDF. You use a conditional trigger in a conditional placement rule that defines the pages on which markup is printed or document properties are extracted. For example, you want to add a QR barcode only on the page where the word Invoice occurs near the top left of either the first or second page of a statement. You first define the word Invoice as a conditional trigger. Then, when you are defining the QR barcode, you select that trigger as a conditional placement rule on the QR barcode so it only prints on the pages where the word Invoice occurs in the location you selected.|
|Define Document Property||Defines existing data in your sample PDF file as a document property so RICOH ProcessDirector can use that data in different steps (such as adding barcodes). After you define
document properties, you can later search for them in the RICOH ProcessDirector viewer for reprint and other actions.
You can also define a document property on any text or DataMatrix barcode that you want to extract from the PDF file. In that case, you do not select a standard RICOH ProcessDirector document property; instead, you provide your own name for the property.
|Define Multiple Properties||Defines document properties from a block or multiline section of text.|
|Define Address Block||Defines document properties for an address block.|
|Hide Area||Creates a cover block to hide content in a PDF file. Hidden content does not print and is not viewable in RICOH ProcessDirector Plug-in for Adobe Acrobat preview or in the PDF viewer in RICOH ProcessDirector. You can hide an area and then place other markup over the hidden area.|
|Add Barcode||Adds and configures a barcode. First you select the area where you want to place the barcode. Then, you select a barcode type and add content. When adding a barcode for downstream processing of mailpieces, you must understand the precise optical marks required by your machinery and have configuration specifications from your supplier.|
|Add OMR||Adds and configures optical markings to help manage downstream processing of mailpieces in the PDF file. When adding an OMR, you must have an understanding of the precise optical marks required by your machinery and have configuration specifications from your supplier.|
|Add Image||Adds an RGB JPEG-formatted image to create new content or to cover existing content.|
|Add Text||Adds text to any location in a PDF file. You designate the area where you want the text to print and select content from a combination of options, including typing text.|