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Regions are Offset in the Image Viewer

When a region looks offset in the Image Viewer during form processing, the regions are not actually moving. If a region is in the wrong position in the Image Viewer compared to what you see on the form, this is an indication that the scanned form does not match the form template in some way. Remark Office OMR depends on consistency between the template image and the images of the scanned forms. If the regions are mispositioned, the problem is likely due to the same factors that can cause an Error #3100 (scanner skew, form duplication skew, poorly designed forms, etc.). For information on this issue, see the knowledgebase article "Error 3100".

You can also view a free, eight minute module on diagnosing a 3100 error at
http://www.gravic.com/remark/support/training/modules/Diagnosing%20And%20Fixing%203100%20Errors.wmv

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