Scrapbook+
 Version 2.2




User Manual
 Edition by Steven Ortiz—May 1999
Scrapbook+
Version 2.2
Copyright 1992 by:

Central Point Software, Inc.
15220 N.W. Greenbrier Pkwy.
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Scrapbook+ User Manual                                                                            Contents




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Scrapbook+ User Manual                                                                            Glossary




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Scrapbook User\'s Manual

  1. 1. Scrapbook+ Version 2.2 User Manual Edition by Steven Ortiz—May 1999
  2. 2. Scrapbook+ Version 2.2 Copyright 1992 by: Central Point Software, Inc. 15220 N.W. Greenbrier Pkwy. Beaverton, Oregon 97006
  3. 3. Scrapbook+ User Manual Contents Preface This manual provides enough information to get you started using Scrapbook+ Version 2.2. Throughout the manual you will find this information symbol that indicates important points and notes. The manual also uses a keyboard symbol to note keyboard shortcut entries. iii
  4. 4. Contents Scrapbook+ User Manual Table of Contents Introduction................................................................................................................... 1 Installing Scrapbook+ ................................................................................................... 2 Starting Scrapbook+ ..................................................................................................... 3 Capturing an Image....................................................................................................... 5 Saving a Scrapbook+ File ............................................................................................. 7 Opening an Existing File............................................................................................... 8 Starting a New Scrapbook File ..................................................................................... 9 Exporting a Page to a File........................................................................................... 10 Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Pages .......................................................................... 12 Importing Files to a Page ............................................................................................ 13 Merging Scrapbook+ Files.......................................................................................... 14 Configuring Scrapbook+............................................................................................. 15 Configuring the Main Display............................................................................ 15 Setting Scrapbook+ Preferences ........................................................................ 16 Deleting Pages ............................................................................................................ 18 Moving Around Pages ................................................................................................ 19 Finding a Scrapbook Page .......................................................................................... 20 Appendix A Menus ....................................................................................................................... A-1 Toolboxes ................................................................................................................. A-1 Keyboard Shortcuts................................................................................................... A-2 Glossary iv
  5. 5. Scrapbook+ User Manual Contents List of Figures Figure 1. The Scrapbook+ Main Display ........................................................................... 1 Figure 2. Scrapbook+ Folder and Files .............................................................................. 2 Figure 3. The Scrapbook+ Display..................................................................................... 4 Figure 4. Current .ART File Properties .............................................................................. 4 Figure 5. Autopaste Option Dialog .................................................................................... 5 Figure 6. ScreenCapture Options Dialog............................................................................ 6 Figure 7. The Save Dialog.................................................................................................. 7 Figure 8. The Open Existing File Dialog ........................................................................... 8 Figure 9. The Create New File Dialog ............................................................................... 9 Figure 10. Export Page to Disk Dialog ............................................................................ 11 Figure 11. The Camera, Block, and Lasso Tools ............................................................. 12 Figure 12. Import Data from Disk Dialog ........................................................................ 13 Figure 13. The Merge Dialog........................................................................................... 14 Figure 14. The View Menu .............................................................................................. 15 Figure 15 Preferences Dialog ........................................................................................... 16 Figure 16. The Edit Dialog for Custom Clipboard Format............................................... 17 Figure 17. Erase Page Option Dialog............................................................................... 18 Figure 18. Cut Page Dialog .............................................................................................. 18 Figure 19. The Page Menu ............................................................................................... 19 Figure 20. Go To Page Dialog ......................................................................................... 19 Figure 21. The Thumbnail Only View ............................................................................. 19 Figure 22. Find Page Dialog ............................................................................................ 20 v
  6. 6. Contents Scrapbook+ User Manual List of Tables Table A. Minimum Requirements ...................................................................................... 1 Table B. To Install Scrapbook+ ......................................................................................... 2 Table C. To Start Scrapbook+............................................................................................ 3 Table D. To Capture Scrapbook+ Pages with Autopaste ................................................... 5 Table E. To Place Images Into Scrapbook+ Using ScreenCapture .................................... 6 Table F. To Save a Scrapbook+ File.................................................................................. 7 Table G. To Open a Scrapbook+ File ................................................................................ 8 Table H. To Start a New Scrapbook+ File ......................................................................... 9 Table I. To Export a Page ................................................................................................ 10 Table J. Export File Types and Use ................................................................................. 11 Table K. To Cut and Paste a Page.................................................................................... 12 Table L. Import File Types .............................................................................................. 13 Table M. To Import a File................................................................................................ 13 Table N. To Merge Scrapbook+ Files.............................................................................. 14 Table O. To Configure the Main Scrapbook+ Display .................................................... 15 Table P. To Set Scrapbook+ Preferences......................................................................... 16 vi
  7. 7. Scrapbook+ User Manual Introduction Introduction Scrapbook+ is a Windows application that holds frequently used text and graphics objects, such as a company letterhead—clippings. While the standard clipboard only remembers the last item you cut or copied to the clipboard and holds data only for the current session, Scrapbook+ holds and saves up to 4500 clippings depending on available memory. Table A lists the minimum operating requirements. Table A. Minimum Requirements • IBM PC or Compatible • Windows 3.x operating system • 500-megabyte hard disk • 8-megabyte RAM Scrapbook+ can also automatically maintain a history of data that has been on your clipboard. Every time data is copied to the clipboard, Scrapbook+ takes a snapshot of it, creates a thumbnail image, and stores the image in its history file. Much like clipart indexes used in large graphics programs, such as Corel Draw™, Scrapbook's thumbnails allow you to visually locate information for later use. As Figure 1 shows, thumbnails and pages help you organize clippings for easy access. Figure 1. The Scrapbook+ Main Display 1
  8. 8. Installing Scrapbook+ Scrapbook+ User Manual Installing Scrapbook+ Use the following procedure to install Scrapbook+ from a distribution diskette to your PC. Table B. To Install Scrapbook+ Step Procedure 1 Create a new folder on your hard drive. 2 Name the folder something you would recognize as the scrapbook folder. Scrapbook+ is a good name. 2 Open the floppy drive view using My Computer or File Manager. 3 Copy the three scrapbook files from the floppy drive to the hard drive scrapbook folder. Figure 2 shows the three files are: scrap.art, scrap.exe, and scrapl.dll inside the Scrapbook+ folder. Note that Scrapbook+ normally comes with a scrap.hlp file. The help file is deleted from this training version. Figure 2. Scrapbook+ Folder and Files 2
  9. 9. Scrapbook+ User Manual Starting Scrapbook+ Starting Scrapbook+ Once you have installed Scrapbook+, you can start working with Scrapbook+ as the following procedure describes. Table C. To Start Scrapbook+ Step Procedure 1 Open the scrapbook folder. 2 Double click on the scrapbook.exe file. The Scrapbook+ display opens (Figure 3) with its default history file—Scrap.art. 3 If you wish, you can set a different initial (default) history-file preference using the Edit menu, Preferences option (see Configuring Scrapbook+). 3
  10. 10. Starting Scrapbook+ Scrapbook+ User Manual Figure 3. The Scrapbook+ Display The default Scrapbook+ file, Scrap.art, has some example pages of clipart and text files. Use the Info option of the File menu to find information about the active .ART file. This option opens a window (Figure 4) that shows the .ART file properties. Figure 4. Current .ART File Properties 4
  11. 11. Scrapbook+ User Manual Capturing an Image Capturing an Image Any file that can be cut or copied to the Windows clipboard can be placed onto a page of your scrapbook. The following describes two methods to get clipboard images or screen captures into your scrapbook. Note: Scrapbook+ may not create thumbnails for complex images and large files that you Autopaste from the Windows clipboard. Table D. To Capture Scrapbook+ Pages with Autopaste Step Procedure 1 Select the Autopaste Option on the Edit menu. The dialog box below indicates how and what images paste from the clipboard into Scrapbook+. Alternatively, press Ctrl+A on the keyboard to activate Autopaste. 2 Click OK on the Autopaste dialog box to activate Autopaste. Figure 5. Autopaste Option Dialog Note: After pasting a number of pages into your Scrapbook files run Info from the File Menu and click Pack. This compresses the .Art file that gets larger after you add pages. 5
  12. 12. Capturing an Image Scrapbook+ User Manual Table E. To Place Images Into Scrapbook+ Using ScreenCapture Step Procedure 1 Select ScreenCapture from the Edit menu. The ScreenCapture Options screen (Figure 6) opens. Alternatively, press Ctrl+N to activate ScreenCapture. 2 Click one of the radial buttons to define what the keyboard hot- buttons (Alt+F1) allow you to capture. 3 Click the check box to convert any captured image to monochrome—black and white. 4 Click the On button to activate the ScreenCapture hot buttons. 5 Once you've captured a screen, select Paste from the Scrapbook+ Edit menu to place the image in your scrapbook. Alternatively, press Shift+Ins to paste the screen to a Scrapbook+ page. Figure 6. ScreenCapture Options Dialog 6
  13. 13. Scrapbook+ User Manual Saving a Scrapbook+ File Saving a Scrapbook+ File In the event you reach the 4500-page limitation in one file, you can start a new scrapbook file. Table F. To Save a Scrapbook+ File Step Procedure 1 In the file menu select Save New. The Save Current File window opens (Figure 7). 2 In the File name box type a name for your .ART file, such as MY.ART 3 Change the path or location for the file using the drive/path selection area of the dialog box. If you select an alternate directory to save the new .ART file, Scrapbook+ saves the file in the Scrapbook+ folder and a copy in the alternate directory. 4 The title bar of the Scrapbook+ window will change to show that the current .ART file is MY.ART as in Figure 7. Figure 7. The Save Dialog Note: After pasting a number of pages into your Scrapbook files run Info from the File Menu and click Pack. This compresses the .Art file that gets larger after you add pages. 7
  14. 14. Opening an Existing File Scrapbook+ User Manual Opening an Existing File Scrapbook+ opens with the file set as the initial file preference of the Edit menu, preferences option. Use the following procedure to open a file that is different than the default. Table G. To Open a Scrapbook+ File Step Procedure 1 Select File open from the File menu or press Ctrl+O on the keyboard. The Open Existing File window opens to the Scrapbook+ directory. 2 Select a file from the current directory or change the directory to open a different .ART file. Check the Open read only box to view what is in the file without the ability to change its content. This option will help you open large files faster. Figure 8. The Open Existing File Dialog 8
  15. 15. Scrapbook+ User Manual Starting a New Scrapbook File Starting a New Scrapbook File Use the following procedure to start a new .ART file. Since each file holds 4500 pages, this extends the number of files you can place into Scrapbook+ to the size limitation of your hard drive. Table H. To Start a New Scrapbook+ File Step Procedure 1 Select File New from the File menu. The Create New File dialog opens (Figure to the Scrapbook+ directory. 2 Type a file name other than SCRAP in the File name entry box. If you want to, change the directory for the file a different drive or folder. 3 Type in the maximum number of pages you want in your new file. Some users prefer to organize their clippings with fewer pages and more Scrapbook files. 4 Click on the radial buttons under Horz and Vert to set the horizontal and vertical size of the thumbnails on the main display. Large thumbnail size means fewer thumbnails that display on the screen. 5 Click Create to open the new file. Figure 9. The Create New File Dialog 9
  16. 16. Exporting a Page to a File Scrapbook+ User Manual Exporting a Page to a File The following procedure lets you save a Scrapbook+ page to an individual file for editing and distribution. Table I lists the export file types. If the captured or imported graphic is: • A draw-type (vector) graphic, such as a logo drawn in a graphics application, you can export the graphic as if it had been drawn with the drawing tools. • A bitmap, the export file is a single bitmap object. • A text file, you can export as a text file or a vector graphic. • A table or spreadsheet, you can export the file as a text file, a vector graphic, or a comma-separate (delimited) text file. • A postscript text or image, you can export the file as an encapsulated postscript files, postscript text, or, export the postscript header as a tagged image file. Table I. To Export a Page Step Procedure 1 With the page you want to export open, select the Export To option of the File menu. The export dialog opens to allow you to save the thumbnail to specific file types to match the complexity of the page. Table G lists export file types. On the keyboard press Ctrl+B (control and B simultaneously). 2 Select the file type from the type list. 3 Type a name for the file you are exporting in the File Name field. 4 Change the drive or directory you want to export the file to using the drive/directory listing. 5 Click the Export button to complete the export. 10
  17. 17. Scrapbook+ User Manual Exporting a Page to a File Figure 10. Export Page to Disk Dialog Table J. Export File Types and Use File Type Use .BMP Windows bitmap used for raster images. .PCX PC Paintbrush used for raster images. .BMP OS/2 1.x bitmap used for raster images under IBM OS/2 operating system. .MSP Microsoft Paint images—application specific. .BMP Windows 2.x bitmap used for raster images under Windows 2.x operating system and earlier. .WMF Metafile. A draw-type (vector) graphic. .TXT A plain text file. .RTF Rich text format. A text file with formatting. .CSV Comma Separated Value. Text file with commas inserted between columns of a table. Imports well into Excel or Lotus 123. .EPS Encapsulated postscript and postscript text. A page- .PS description language used to send instructions to a PostScript printer. All the objects in a print job are represented by lines of PostScript code that the printer uses to reproduce your work. PostScript lets you compress the images and text in a print job to make the file size smaller. If you use PostScript options, you must use a PostScript printing device for your work to print properly. .TIF Tagged image file format. A file format that was developed for page-layout applications and is supported by all image- editing applications. TIFF files can save RGB, CMYK, and LAB color mode information. This format is used as the postscript header information—the encapsulation in a .EPS file—for display on the computer screen. 11
  18. 18. Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Pages Scrapbook+ User Manual Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Pages Cut and paste allows you to share Scrapbook+ pages with other applications on your computer, such as MS Paint—a bitmap editing application—without saving or exporting the individual page to a file. Table K. To Cut and Paste a Page Step Procedure 1 Open a page you want to cut or copy. 2 Select the image, or area of the image, with the camera, block, or lasso tool. This copies the image to the clipboard. To copy the entire image to the clipboard, select the Copy option of the Edit menu. The tools available in the toolbox depend on the image type imported or captured on the Scrapbook+ page. The Figures below show that the lasso and block tools are available for a bitmap page, but only the camera tool is available for a TIFF page. Alternatively, press Ctrl+Ins (insert) on the keyboard to copy the entire image to the clipboard. 3 Open the program or document where you want to paste the image. 4 Select the paste option of the Edit menu. Alternatively, paste the image by pressing Ctrl+V on the keyboard. Figure 11. The Camera, Block, and Lasso Tools Note: Use the same procedure that you use to cut or copy and paste a clipping to another application to copy the clipping to another page. 12
  19. 19. Scrapbook+ User Manual Importing Files to a Page Importing Files to a Page Other than copying the clipboard to a page, Scrapbook+ lets you import files into your clippings for easy retrieval. Table L lists the import file types and Table M is the procedure for importing a file. Table L. Import File Types File Type Use .BMP Windows bitmap used for raster images. .PCX PC Paintbrush used for raster images. .MSP Microsoft Paint images—application specific. .WMF Metafile. A draw-type (vector) graphic. .TXT A plain text file. .RTF Rich text format. A text file with formatting. .CSV Comma Separated Value. Text file with commas inserted between columns of a table and exported from programs like Excel or Lotus 123. .EPS Encapsulated postscript and postscript text. A page-description .PS language used to send instructions to a Postscript printer. All the objects in a print job are represented by lines of PostScript code that the printer uses to reproduce your work. .TIF Tagged image file format. A file format that was developed for page-layout applications and is supported by all image-editing applications. Table M. To Import a File Step Procedure 1 Select the Import From option of the File menu. The import dialog opens (Figure 12) to allow you to select a file to bring into your Scrapbook+ page. Table J lists the import file types. 2 Change the drive or directory you want to export the file to using the drive/directory listing. 3 Select the file from the files listed. 4 Optionally, you can check the option box to delete the file after you import it into Scrapbook+. This lets you conserve disk space. 5 Click the Import button to complete the file import. The image or text becomes a new page in your scrapbook. Figure 12. Import Data from Disk Dialog 13
  20. 20. Merging Scrapbook+ Files Scrapbook+ User Manual Merging Scrapbook+ Files The merge feature lets you organize your clipped images and text files by combining pages from two Scrapbook+ files into one. Use the following procedure to merge files. Table N. To Merge Scrapbook+ Files Step Procedure 1 Select Merge from the File menu. The Merge into Current File window opens. 2 Click on one of the files in the *.ART list, other than the active file, to merge. MY.ART is selected in the example—Figure 13. 3 Set the merge options on the radial buttons. Merge All means to add all the pages from MY.ART. Merge From allows you to merge only the number of pages you want to add to your current file. 4 Click the Merge button to complete the merge. A dialog box indicates the progress of the merge. Figure 13. The Merge Dialog 14
  21. 21. Scrapbook+ User Manual Configuring Scrapbook+ Configuring Scrapbook+ Use Scrapbook's configuration features to make it easier for you to use. The following sections describe how. Configuring the Main Display You can configure your view preferences using the View menu (Figure 14) as Table O describes. Figure 14. The View Menu Table O. To Configure the Main Scrapbook+ Display Step Procedure 1 Select or deselect Toolbox feature from the View menu to set the view of the toolbox on the main Scrapbook+ display on or off. Ctrl+T is the keyboard shortcut to this feature. 2 Select or deselect the Description feature to turn the file information bar on or off. The file information bar sits under the menu bar, and lists the file name and data and time created. Ctrl+D is the keyboard shortcut to this feature. 3 Set one of Page Only, Page & Thumbnails, or Thumbnails Only to set the main display as the features indicate. Ctrl+P is the keyboard shortcut to Page Only. Ctrl+U is the keyboard shortcut to Page & Thumbnail. Ctrl+H is the keyboard shortcut to Thumbnail Only. Alternately use the view buttons on the toolbox to set the display. Set Page Only with . Set Page & Thumbnails with . Set Thumbnail Only with . 4 When a page has more than a single display type—an encapsulated postscript file for example has both the TIF preview and the postscript information—the View menu lists the available displays. You can select any of the available display views. The View Menus in Figure 14 only lists Picture as the available view. 15
  22. 22. Configuring Scrapbook+ Scrapbook+ User Manual Setting Scrapbook+ Preferences Use the Preference option of the Edit menu to set the initial file preference, set your display format preference for multi-format files, such as postscript, and include your custom formats. Follow the procedures in Table P to set preferences. Table P. To Set Scrapbook+ Preferences Step Procedure 1 Open the Edit menu and select Preferences. The Scrapbook+ Preferences dialog opens (Figure 15). 2 Add or edit custom Clipboard view formats. These view formats show when you select Clipboard in the Page Menu (Ctrl+C), then pull down the View menu. If you edit this format, the Edit Custom Clipboard Format dialog (Figure 16) opens to let you change the format settings. 3 Check the Displayed Format Preference radial buttons to set your display preference for thumbnail displays of multi-format clippings—such as encapsulated postscript files. The thumbnails can display the same as the page or in the best display format. 4 Check the Initial File Preference radial button to set your default start file option. For the File name option type in the file's name and extension. Figure 15 Preferences Dialog 16
  23. 23. Scrapbook+ User Manual Configuring Scrapbook+ Figure 16. The Edit Dialog for Custom Clipboard Format 17
  24. 24. Deleting Pages Scrapbook+ User Manual Deleting Pages Select the Erase option on the Edit menu to delete one or multiple pages from your Scrapbook file. This opens the Erase dialog that lets you specify the page(s) you want to erase. Figure 17. Erase Page Option Dialog You can also select Cut from the Edit menu to delete a page. Cut opens a dialog that lets you confirm that you want to delete the page. Click OK to delete the page. Figure 18. Cut Page Dialog Cut also places the clips the page onto the clipboard, so you can retrieve the place the clipping in another application of file. 18
  25. 25. Scrapbook+ User Manual Moving Around Pages Moving Around Pages Use Page Menu options to move around the pages in your Scrapbook file. Next and Prev Page lets you move one page forward or back in sequence. Figure 19. The Page Menu Select Go To Page if you know the page number. A page number dialog opens for you to type in a page number. Type in the page number and click Go To to open that page. Figure 20. Go To Page Dialog Another method of moving around pages is to switch to the Thumbnail Only option of the View menu, or use Ctrl+H, or use the Thumbnail Only button on the toolbox. Double click the thumbnail of the page you want to open and Scrapbook+ opens that page. Figure 21. The Thumbnail Only View 19
  26. 26. Finding a Scrapbook Page Scrapbook+ User Manual Finding a Scrapbook Page Select the Find Page option of the Page menu (Figure 19) to locate a page that may be among up to 4500 pages of your scrapbook. Alternately, press Shift+F3 on the keyboard. The Find Page option dialog opens for you to enter as much information as you know about the page. Click Find to search for the file. Figure 22. Find Page Dialog Once Scrapbook displays the page you can search again by pressing F3 on the keyboard or selecting Find Again on the Page menu. 20
  27. 27. Scrapbook+ User Manual Appendix A Menus Title bar Menu bar Not used in the Training Version Toolboxes A-1
  28. 28. Appendix Scrapbook+ User Manual Keyboard Shortcuts A AutoPaste O Open B Block Tool P Page Only View C Clipboard Page R Scroll tool D Description View S Scrapbook Page E Export To T Toolbox View G Change Thumbnail U Page and Thumbnail View H Thumbnail Only View W Change to B/W L Lasso Tool N Screen Capture ‘ Help “ Find Next “ Find ” Go To Page • Camera Cut §± Copy ± Paste Erase A-2
  29. 29. Scrapbook+ User Manual Glossary Glossary The following list defines the file types used in Scrapbook+. Extension Description ART The Scrapbook+ history file. BMP Windows bitmap used for raster images. OS/2 1.x bitmap used for raster images under IBM OS/2 operating system or Windows 2.x bitmap used for raster images under Windows 2.x operating system and earlier. CSV Comma Separated Value. Text file with commas inserted between columns of a table. Imports well into Excel or Lotus 123. EPS/PS Encapsulated postscript and postscript text. A page-description language used to send instructions to a PostScript printer. All the objects in a print job are represented by lines of PostScript code that the printer uses to reproduce your work. PostScript lets you compress the images and text in a print job to make the file size smaller. MSP Microsoft Paint images—application specific. PCX PC Paintbrush used for raster images. RTF Rich text format. A text file with formatting. TIF Tagged image file format. A file format that was developed for page-layout applications and is supported by all image-editing applications. TIFF files can save RGB, CMYK, and LAB color mode information. This format is used as the postscript header information—the encapsulation in a .EPS file—for display on the computer screen. TXT A plain text file. WMF Windows Metafile. A draw-type (vector) graphic. Glossary 1
  30. 30. Glossary Scrapbook+ User Manual Glossary 2
  31. 31. Scrapbook+ User Manual Index Index A K automatic, 1 keyboard Autopaste, 5 shortcut, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20 B L Block, 12 Lasso tool, 12 C M Camera, 12 memory, 1 clipping, 12, 18 Merging, 14 clippings, 1 P D Pages deleting, 13, 18 finding, 20 locating, 1, 20 moving around, 19 F paste, 5, 6, 12 Files postscript, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16 .art, 4, 7, 8, 9 preferences, 3, 8, 16 .bmp, 11, 13 print job, 11, 13 .csv, 11, 13 .eps, 11, 13 R .msp, 11, 13 .pcx, 11, 13 Requirement .rtf, 13 minimum, 1 .tif, 11, 13 operating, 1 .txt, 11, 13 .wmf, 11, 13 bitmap, 10, 11, 12, 13 S copying, 2, 12 Scrapbook+ cutting, 12 .art file, 4 exporting, 10 configuring, 3, 15 graphic, 10, 11, 13 diskette, 2 image, 1, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13 files, 2 importing, 13 help file, 2 merging, 14 history file, 1, 3 new, 7, 9 initial file, 3 opening, 8 starting, 3 pack, 5, 7 ScreenCapture, 6 paste, 12 settings, 16 pasting, 5, 7 postscript files, 10 saving, 7 T text, 1, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14 thumbnail, 1, 9, 10, 16, 19 G W Go To, 19 Windows clipboard, 1, 5, 12, 13, 18 Index 1
  32. 32. Index Scrapbook+ User Manual Index 2

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