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(rē-fōr'mat),
In computed tomography, when data from a series of contiguous transverse scan images are recombined to produce images in a different plane, such as sagittal or coronal.
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Unlike other mobile browsers that typically repurpose, reformat or remove content so it will fit on small screen devices, ThunderHawk Java/J2ME Edition displays full HTML Web pages just as they would appear on the desktop for a superior user experience.
CoSORT's primary user interface, SortCL, can also simultaneously: select, sort/merge/join, aggregate, calculate, convert, reformat, and report.
Powered by a rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery, the DocuPen RC800 can be recharged via a USB port, and comes complete with a refined leather case, USB cable, Scansoft Paperport SE and Twain Drivers software, allowing users to convert scanned material into an editable and searchable format without needing to retype or reformat.
Picsel PDF Viewer will allow Treo smartphone users to access full, native PDF documents directly from their handsets, without having to convert or reformat content.
Manufacturers who reformat crackers to look like other snacks (marketing them in pouches or cups that fit in car cup holders, for example) may start regaining some of the ground lost during the height of the low-carb diet fad.
While some browsers reformat the Web page for quick reading, users still have to scroll through several pages before finding the information they need.
Hawkins said the group would aim to complete about 100 reformats during quarter four, taking the total of stores converted from a third of the 480-store estate to about half.
Oasis is the industry's first and only "Author Once, View Anywhere"(TM) solution that automatically reformats any HTML-based Web content for the leading non-PC devices.