document alignment

document alignment

[′däk·yə·mənt ə‚līn·mənt]
(computer science)
The phase of the reading process in which a transverse force is applied to a document to line up its reference edge with that of the reading station.
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Additional notable features of the wI:Deal include automatic document alignment, franking (marking an item as deposited), endorsement printing, multiple processing modes to automatically detect the document type, document capture settings specific to various document types, TWAIN 2.
In addition to great photo and film scans, users that need to scan documents can use impressive features such as automatic document alignment to create straight scans that save time and hassle.

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