Document Imaging System

When searching for documents, you can use the Quick Search or Search tab to perform your search. When you use the Quick Search feature, you can search for a document based on its name, drawer, or document property value. When you use the Search feature, you can search for a document based on a composite property or custom property value, a document property, status, or a user. You can save document searches as private filters.
Please check the following requirements/settings on your computer if you are experiencing issues using Imaging/WebNow/Perceptive Content. If you are not an administrator on your computer, you will need to work with your desktop support (local IT) to assist with these requirements/settings.
If using Adobe Reader, select Print, and select the Advanced button. Then check the Print As Image check box. If using Adobe Pro, no workaround should be required. You should be able to print into ImageNow as usual.
Make sure you have access to Imaging Make sure you have Java installed on your machine
The ImageNow Printer allows you to import an electronic file, such as a Microsoft Office document or an email, convert it to TIFF format, and store it. You can use ImageNow Printer from any software program that has a print option. The options you set in a capture profile determine how to process documents. Because documents are stored as TIFF files, you can annotate them, set the page orientation, color, and watermark options. You can also use ImageNow Printer to highlight a Word document or add a sticky note to an email.
Access Document Imaging via Wolverine Access Using any browser, navigate to Wolverine Access > Faculty & Staff > University Business. You no longer have to use Internet Explorer exclusively to view scanned images. Select the Document Imaging link (formerly WebNow).