Quick Image Navigator

If you are looking for Quick Image Navigator, you have come to the right place. We explain what Quick Image Navigator is and point you to the official download.

What is Quick Image Navigator?

Quick Image Navigator is an application software that is used for exporting images from a network scanner to the user’s computer. It can also be used for managing loaded images. Folders found in the computer will be displayed in a hierarchy. Selecting a folder by clicking it, displays files in the folder in the File window. Quick Image Navigator automatically imports images that are captured with scanners, and displays them in thumbnail format. The Quick Image Navigator also allows the user to preview these files, edit, and save them with annotations.

Quick Image Navigator supports the following file formats: Adobe PDF, BMP format, TIFF format, JPEG format, and PNG format. The Quick Image Navigator software also has faster and more intuitive image handling capabilities, and allows making previews of PDFs as well as other graphic files. The user can also annotate, edit, and send files to the interface that is similar to Windows Explorer. Quick Image Navigator software may be of benefit if the user wishes to manage a lot of scanned documents. Scanned data can also be quickly displayed and edited.

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About file types supported by Quick Image Navigator

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Last updated: : March 8, 2014