ERes Manual - File naming conventions




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For multi-page / multi-file documents, ERes requires that the last digit(s) of the file name identify the page number of the document. In addition, to allow compatibility with standard document scanner software, the page numbers for documents of ten or more pages must contain two digits, even for the first nine pages. For example, the eleven pages of the document "test" would be test01.gif, test02.gif, ..., and test11.gif.
ERes can differentiate between page numbers and other numbers in a file name. For example, the first page of document "bio7hw3" would be called bio7hw31.gif.

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