3. Multi-page files

Using TestsChecker, it is possible to evaluate scanned forms that have been saved in common graphic formats such as BMP, JPG, PNG, TIFF and PDF. Files in TIFF and PDF formats can contain multiple pages. When working with multi-page files, all processed forms must have identical number of pages.

To correctly evaluate forms with multiple pages, it is necessary to set two values:

The following table includes examples of input files, method of setting of number of pages and whether they are collated.

Table 3.1. Examples of multi-page files

Scanned dataNumber of pagesCollated
PDF file containing 20 one-page forms; only front pages have been scanned.1--
PDF file containing 20 one-page forms, both sides scanned, the front and back page follow immediately one after another, i.e. total of 40 pages2Yes
PDF file containing 20 one-page forms, both sides scanned, front pages first and subsequently all back pages, i.e. total of 40 pages2No
Set of TIFF files where each contains 5-page form based on which the first page is to be processed.5Yes