By default, you cannot start a check until the Batch Checker has finished scanning your defined location for documents. The Batch Checker scans your defined location so that you can review the documents before you run a check.
However, if you scan a folder with many subdirectories or a website with several levels of links, you might have to wait several minutes before you can run a check. If you do not need to review the documents first, you can make the checking process more efficient by instructing the Batch Checker to scan and check documents simultaneously.
To scan and check documents simultaneously, follow these steps:
- In the Tools menu, select Scan and Check .
Select the type of check to run:
- A File check scans and checks files using the settings defined on the File Settings tab.
scans and checks web pages using the settings defined on the
Restriction: The Web check option is not available if you have selected a file type other than HTML.
Scan and Check
The Batch Checker scans for files and begins checking simultaneously after the first few files have been found.
- After the check is complete, click OK to close the dialog.