JP2014238873A - Information processing apparatus, information processing method, and program - Google Patents

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JP2014238873A
JP2014238873A JP2014160932A JP2014160932A JP2014238873A JP 2014238873 A JP2014238873 A JP 2014238873A JP 2014160932 A JP2014160932 A JP 2014160932A JP 2014160932 A JP2014160932 A JP 2014160932A JP 2014238873 A JP2014238873 A JP 2014238873A
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高広 市川
Takahiro Ichikawa
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The present invention provides a mechanism for efficiently editing electronic data with an intuitive operation while reducing complicated operations by a user.
Page information is displayed on a display screen having a multi-touch function, and a pinch-in or pinch-out operation is received from a user via the display screen. When a pinch-in or pinch-out operation is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, the page information is edited with the boundary between adjacent page information as a boundary.
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  The present invention relates to an information processing apparatus, an information processing method, and a program.

  In recent years, tablet terminals have become widespread. Since the tablet terminal has a touch panel, various operations can be performed with a fingertip.

  Therefore, the tablet terminal is utilized in various business scenes.

  For example, it is used when an insurance salesman presents a life insurance design document to a customer at a business location.

  However, in the tablet terminal, when editing a document having a plurality of pages, inconvenience arises when it is desired to separate a certain page and after into another file. For example, if a document file with 10 pages (hereinafter referred to as file C) is desired to be divided into another file (hereinafter referred to as file D) after the 5th page, a new file D is created, and the file from file C is created. It is necessary to copy and paste the fifth and subsequent pages to D, which is very troublesome.

  Therefore, in the invention described in Patent Document 1, when a plurality of pages are arranged on one screen, a page on the currently displayed screen is moved to another screen that is not currently displayed. In addition, a technique for efficiently moving by using a scroll symbol is introduced.

JP 2012-053662 A

  However, since Patent Document 1 is not intended to divide a file in the first place, when dividing a file, a new file must be newly created and the pages to be divided must be moved one page at a time. In addition, the operation is complicated and the operation is complicated.

  Therefore, an object of the present invention is to provide a mechanism for efficiently editing electronic data through an intuitive operation while reducing a complicated operation by a user.

  The present invention provides storage means for storing page information of electronic data, display control means for controlling the page information stored in the storage means to be displayed on a display screen having a multi-touch function, and the display control means. Through the display screen on which the page information is displayed, a receiving unit that receives a pinch-in or pinch-out operation from a user, and a pinch-in or pinch-out operation received by the receiving unit is between adjacent page information. And editing means for editing the page information with the boundary between the adjacent page information as a boundary.

  Further, the present invention is a method for controlling an information processing apparatus including a storage unit that stores electronic data page information, wherein the display control unit of the information processing apparatus stores the page information stored in the storage unit, A display control step of controlling to display on a display screen having a multi-touch function, and a receiving means of the information processing device pinch-in from the user via the display screen on which the page information is displayed by the display control step Or the receiving step for accepting a pinch-out operation and the editing means of the information processing apparatus, when the pinch-in or pinch-out operation accepted in the accepting step is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, And an editing step of editing the page information with the boundary between the adjacent page information as a boundary.

In addition, the present invention provides a program that can be read and executed by an information processing apparatus having a storage unit that stores page information of electronic data. Display control means for controlling to display on a display screen having a touch function; and accepting means for receiving a pinch-in or pinch-out operation from a user via the display screen on which the page information is displayed by the display control means; When the pinch-in or pinch-out operation received by the receiving means is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, the editing is performed to edit the page information with the adjacent page information as a boundary. It is made to function as a means.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, while reducing the complicated operation by a user, the mechanism which edits electronic data efficiently by intuitive operation can be provided.

1 is a configuration diagram of an information processing system according to an embodiment of the present invention. It is a block diagram which shows the hardware constitutions of the information processing apparatus applicable to PC101 (information processing apparatus) or the server 102 (information processing apparatus) shown in FIG. It is a block diagram which shows the hardware constitutions of the information processing apparatus applicable to the tablet terminal 100 (information processing apparatus) shown in FIG. It is a figure which shows an example of the flowchart which performs the control process in CPU201 of the tablet terminal 100 or PC101. It is a figure which shows an example of the flowchart which shows the flow of the initial process performed on CPU201 of the tablet terminal 100 or PC101. FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating an example of a flow chart showing a flow of processing when editing processing is executed on the PC. It is a figure which shows an example of the flowchart which shows the flow of a process in the case of performing an edit process with the tablet terminal. It is a figure which shows an example of the flowchart which shows the flow of a process in the case of performing an edit process with the tablet terminal. FIG. 10 is a diagram showing a flow of page replacement operation in the tablet terminal 100. 6 is a diagram illustrating a flow of file division operation in the tablet terminal 100. FIG. It is a figure which shows an example of the data table produced | generated before and after the page replacement operation. It is a figure which shows an example of the table produced | generated before and after the division | segmentation operation of a file. It is a figure which shows an example of the flowchart which shows the flow of a process in the case of performing an edit process with the tablet terminal. 6 is a diagram illustrating a flow of file division and new page insertion operations in the tablet terminal 100. FIG. FIG. 10 is a diagram showing an example of a flowchart showing a flow of file division operation in the tablet terminal 100. It is a figure which shows an example of the table produced | generated before and after the division | segmentation operation of a file. 6 is a diagram showing a flow of a new page insertion operation in the tablet terminal 100. FIG. It is a figure which shows an example of the table produced | generated before and after the insertion operation of a new page. 6 is a diagram illustrating an example of a flowchart showing a flow of a header and footer non-display operation in the tablet terminal 100. FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a flow of a header and footer non-display operation in the tablet terminal 100. FIG.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
<Description of FIG. 1>

  FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram of an information processing system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

  In the information processing system of FIG. 1, the tablet terminal 100, the PC 101, and the server 102 are in a state where they can be connected via the network 1.

  In the present embodiment, the tablet terminal 100 and the PC 101 are provided with an Internet browser for accessing the network 1. In addition, the tablet terminal 100 and the PC 101 transmit page information and the like edited by a user operation to the server 102.

In the present embodiment, the server 102 manages page information.
<Description of FIG. 2>

  Hereinafter, the hardware configuration of the information processing apparatus applicable to the tablet terminal 100, the PC 101, and the server 102 illustrated in FIG. 1 will be described with reference to FIGS. 2A and 2B.

  FIG. 2A is a block diagram illustrating a hardware configuration of an information processing apparatus applicable to the PC 101 (information processing apparatus) and the server 102 (information processing apparatus) illustrated in FIG.

  FIG. 2B is a block diagram illustrating a hardware configuration of the information processing apparatus applicable to the tablet terminal 100 (information processing apparatus) illustrated in FIG.

  2A and 2B, reference numeral 201 denotes a CPU that controls each device and controller connected to the system bus 204 in an integrated manner. Further, the ROM 202 or the external memory 211 is necessary to realize a BIOS (Basic Input / Output System) or an operating system program (hereinafter referred to as an OS), which is a control program of the CPU 201, or a function executed by each server or each PC. Various programs to be described later are stored.

  A RAM 203 functions as a main memory, work area, and the like for the CPU 201. The CPU 201 implements various operations by loading a program or the like necessary for execution of processing from the ROM 202 or the external memory 211 into the RAM 203 and executing the loaded program.

  An input controller 205 controls input from an input device such as a keyboard (KB) 209 or a pointing device such as a mouse (not shown). A video controller 206 controls display on a display 210 such as a liquid crystal display. The display 210 is a touch panel and functions as an input device that can be operated by pressing a screen on the display.

  A memory controller 207 is provided in an external storage device (hard disk (HD)), flexible disk (FD), or PCMCIA card slot for storing a boot program, various applications, font data, user files, editing files, various data, and the like. Controls access to an external memory 211 such as a compact flash (registered trademark) memory connected via an adapter.

  A communication I / F controller 208 connects and communicates with an external device via a network, and executes communication control processing on the network. For example, communication using TCP / IP is possible.

  Note that the CPU 201 enables display on the display 210 by executing outline font rasterization processing on a display information area in the RAM 203, for example. Further, the CPU 201 enables a user instruction with a mouse cursor (not shown) on the display 210.

  A display controller 212 controls display on a display device such as the touch panel 213.

  A touch panel 213 functions as an input device that can be operated by pressing a screen on the display.

  Note that the CPU 201 enables display on the display 210 by executing outline font rasterization processing on a display information area in the RAM 203, for example. Further, the CPU 201 enables a user instruction with a mouse cursor (not shown) on the display 210.

Various programs to be described later for realizing the present invention are recorded in the external memory 211 and executed by the CPU 201 by being loaded into the RAM 203 as necessary. Furthermore, definition files and various information tables used when executing the program are also stored in the external memory 211, and a detailed description thereof will be described later.
<First embodiment>
<Description of FIG. 3>

  FIG. 3 is an example of a flowchart for performing control processing in the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 in the present invention.

  In step S301, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 performs initial processing. A detailed description of the initial processing will be described in detail with reference to FIG.

  In step S302, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 performs editing processing on the file that has been subjected to the initial processing in step S301. Details of the editing process will be described in detail with reference to FIGS.

When the editing process of step S302 is executed, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 ends the process of FIG.
<Description of FIG. 4>

  FIG. 4 shows a flow of initial processing executed by the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 when the application is started on the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 when the already created file is stored in the external memory 211 of the server 102. FIG.

  Specifically, a file generated by the server 102 (for example, FIG. 10a) is downloaded to the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101, stored in the external memory 211 (an example of storage means in the present invention), and stored in the external memory 211. FIG. 6 is a diagram showing a flow until the file is displayed on a display screen such as the display 210 of the PC 101 or the touch panel 213 of the tablet terminal 100.

  In step S401, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 receives an instruction from the user and determines whether the instruction is newly created or edited. If it is editing, the process proceeds to step S402. If it is a new creation, the process ends. Note that when initial processing is executed on the tablet terminal 100, new creation is not performed in the first place.

  In step S <b> 402, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 acquires page data of a file that has been created and saved in the server 102.

  In step S403, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 executes the processing of steps S404 to S407 for each page for all page data.

  In step S404, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 identifies unprocessed page data from the page data.

  In step S405, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 determines whether there is a replacement page in the identified page.

  Specifically, when there are a plurality of replacement pages on the third page, such as 1001 to 1003 in FIG. 10a, “−1”, “−2”, and “−3” are added to the end of the same page number. In this case, it is determined that there is a replacement page.

  If it is determined that there is a replacement page (YES), the process proceeds to step S406. If it is determined in step S405 that there is no replacement page (NO), the process proceeds to step S408.

FIG. 10A is an example of a data table of a file created in advance or a data table generated in steps S504 and S606 described later.
In FIG. 10 a, “˜page” indicates a page number. In addition, “-1”, “−2”, and “−3” at the end of the page number as in 1001 to 1003 indicate that there is a replacement page with the same page number. Reference numeral 1004 indicates which page is a valid page when there is a replacement page. Valid here is a page that is preferentially displayed when a file is displayed. In FIG. 10a, since 1001 is a valid page, 1004 is stored in association with 1001.

  In step S406, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 adds the replacement page presence information (identification information) to the data table of the read file. The replacement page presence information added in step S406 is, for example, replacement page presence information 1005 added to 1001 to 1003 (replacement page) in FIG.

  In step S407, when there is a replacement page, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 sets which page is valid as indicated by 1004 in FIG. 10a.

  In step S408, if there is still unprocessed page data, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 proceeds to step S403. If all the page data has been processed, the process proceeds to step S409.

  In step S409, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 displays the page after the processing is finished on the touch panel 213 of the tablet terminal 100 or the display 210 or the touch panel 213 of the PC 101. The screen displayed in step S406 is, for example, the screen of FIG.

The replacement page presence information 1005 added in step S406 is displayed in an identifiable manner as indicated by reference numeral 801 in FIG. FIG. 8 is generated based on the information of FIG. 10A, for example. In the case of FIG. 10a, replacement page information 1005 is added to the third page. Accordingly, in FIG. 8, 801 is displayed on the third page so as to be identifiable.
By displaying 801, the user can easily know which page has the replacement page.

When there is a replacement page in one page as in 1001 to 1003 in FIG. 10a, the page set as the valid page in step S407 is displayed.
<Description of FIG. 5>

  FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating a flow of detailed processing in which the PC 101 executes the editing processing in step S302.

  In step S501, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 receives an operation by the user for the file displayed in step S409.

  In step S502, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 determines whether or not the user operation accepted in step S501 is a page addition operation. If it is an additional operation (YES), the process proceeds to step S503, and if not (NO), the process proceeds to step S505.

  In step S503, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 adds a blank page below the page currently selected by the user.

  In step S504, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 receives a page setting by the user. Specifically, the added page is accepted and set from the user as to whether the added page is one of the replacement pages with the same page number as in 1001 to 1003 or a new page number. Then, after the setting, for example, the data table shown in FIG.

  When the process of step S504 is completed, the process returns to step S501 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S505, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 determines whether the user operation accepted in step S501 is a page editing operation. If it is an editing operation (YES), the process proceeds to step S506, and if not (NO), the process proceeds to step S507.

  In step S506, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 receives a page editing operation such as character input by the user.

  When the process of step S506 is completed, the process returns to step S501 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S507, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 determines whether or not the user operation accepted in step S501 is a page deletion operation. If it is a delete operation (YES), the process proceeds to step S508; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S509.

  In step S508, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 deletes the page specified by the user.

  When the process of step S508 is completed, the process returns to step S501 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S509, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 determines whether or not the user operation accepted in step S501 is a file saving operation. If it is a save operation (YES), the process proceeds to step S510; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S511.

  In step S510, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 stores the file in the storage format specified by the application in the server 102 or the external memory 211 of the PC 101.

  When the process of step S510 is completed, the process returns to step S501 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S511, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 determines whether or not the user operation received in step S501 is an instruction to end the editing process. If it is an end instruction (YES), the editing process is ended; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S512.

  In step S512, the CPU 201 of the PC 101 executes arbitrary processing instructed by the user other than adding / editing / deleting a page, saving a file, and ending the editing process.

When the process of step S512 is completed, the process returns to step S501 and accepts an operation by the user again.
<Description of FIG. 6>

  FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a flow of detailed processing in which the tablet terminal 100 executes the editing processing in step S302. Note that the touch panel 213 of the tablet terminal 100 has a multi-touch function.

  In step S601, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 accepts an operation by the user for the file (an example of the display control unit in the present invention) displayed in step S409. Step S601 is an example of an instruction receiving unit in the present invention.

  The screen displayed in step S601 is, for example, the screen 8-1 in FIG. The screen of FIG. 8 is generated based on the data table of FIG. 10a. In the screen 8-1 in FIG. 8, since there are a plurality of third pages, replacement page information is added as in 801. On the screen 8-1, the third page -1 is displayed as an effective page.

  In step S602, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether or not the user operation received in step S601 is a vertical flick. If it is a vertical flick (YES), the process proceeds to step S603; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S604.

  In step S603, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 sends the page to the page next to the page currently selected by the user.

  When the process of step S603 is completed, the process returns to step S601 to accept the user's operation again.

  In step S604, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the operation performed by the user received in step S601 is a horizontal flick, for example, as indicated by 8-2 in FIG. If the flick in the horizontal direction (YES), the process proceeds to step S605; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S607.

  In this embodiment, a horizontal flick is used, but a horizontal swipe may be used as another embodiment.

  In step S <b> 605, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether there is a replacement page in the page that is currently receiving an operation by the user. If there is a replacement page (YES), the process proceeds to step S606. If not (NO), the process returns to step S601 to accept the operation by the user again.

  Specifically, as in step S504, when there are a plurality of replacement pages on the third page, such as 1001 to 1003 in FIG. 10a, “-1”, “−2”, “−” at the end with the same page number. In this case, it is determined that there is a replacement page. Alternatively, it is possible to determine from the information 1005 with replacement page added to the data table in step S406.

  In step S606, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 displays a replacement page when a horizontal flick is performed. For example, in FIG. 8, the third page-2 is displayed like 8-3. At that time, 1004 representing the valid page stored in association with 1001 in the data table of FIG. 10A is associated with 1002 and stored in the tablet terminal 100 or the external memory 211 of the server 102 again.

  When the process of step S606 is completed, the process returns to step S601 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S <b> 607, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs a pinch-out (predetermined by multi-touch) in which the user operation received in step S <b> 601 is an operation in which the screen of the touch panel is spread with two fingers and the pages are separated. Whether or not). If it is pinched out (YES), the process proceeds to step S608; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S609.

  Step S607 is an example of a determination unit in the present invention.

  In step S608, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 executes processing at the time of a pinch-out operation. Details of the process during the pinch-out operation will be described later with reference to FIG.

  When the process of step S608 ends, the process returns to step S601 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S609, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the operation performed by the user received in step S601 is a storage operation in a format different from the storage format of the application used in the present invention. If it is going to be saved in another format (YES), the process proceeds to step S610; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S612.

  When the processing from step S609 to step S611 is stored in a format different from the storage format of the application used in the present invention, there is a possibility that the data table of FIG. 10a may not be read and displayed depending on the application. Since there is, it is a process performed to prevent it.

  In step S610, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 acquires a valid page for each page. For example, in the case of the data table of FIG. 10a, since the pages other than the third page are not replacement pages, each page is acquired as an effective page. However, since there is a replacement page for the third page, the third page-1 stored as the valid page by 1004 in FIG. 10a is acquired as the valid page.

  In step S611, the external memory 211 of the tablet terminal 100 stores the valid page acquired in step S610 in the tablet terminal 100 or the external memory 211 of the server 102 in the storage format specified by the user. The data table stored in step S611 is a data table as shown in FIG. 10b, for example.

  In step S612, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the user operation received in step S601 is a print instruction. If it is a print instruction (YES), the process proceeds to step S613; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S615.

  The processing from step S612 to step S614 is processing for preventing replacement pages other than the valid pages from being printed when the edited file is printed. For example, this is processing for preventing printing of 1002 and 1003 which are not valid pages in FIG. 10a.

  In step S613, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 acquires an effective page for each page, as in step S610.

  In step S614, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 sends a print instruction to a printing apparatus (not shown) to print the valid page acquired in step S613 with the print settings specified by the user.

In step S615, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the operation by the user accepted in step S601 is an end instruction. If it is an end instruction (YES), the editing process is ended. If not (NO), the process returns to step S601 to accept the operation by the user again.
<Explanation of FIG. 7>

  FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating a flow of processing executed by the tablet terminal 100 when it is determined in step S608 in FIG. 6 that a pinch-out operation has been performed.

In step S701, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 acquires the coordinates (position information) where the pinch-out operation has occurred in step S608.
Step S701 is an example of an acquisition unit in the present invention.

  In step S702, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the coordinates (position information) acquired in step S701 are on the page. If it is on the page (YES), the process proceeds to step S703, and if not (NO), the process proceeds to step S704.

  In step S <b> 703, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 changes the display scale of the page for which the operation is accepted in accordance with the movement of the finger. Step S703 is an example of an enlargement / reduction display means in the present invention.

  In step S704, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the coordinates (position information) acquired in step S701 are between pages (between adjacent page information) as shown in 9-1 of FIG. To do. If it is between pages (YES), the process proceeds to step S705; otherwise (NO), the process of FIG. 7 is terminated. In 9-1, a user pinch-out instruction is accepted between the 11th and 12th pages.

  FIG. 9 is a diagram illustrating screen transitions in the processing from steps S704 to S707.

  Further, 11-1 in FIG. 11 is an example of a data table of the file (file X) displayed in 9-1 or 9-2 in FIG. This file has multiple pages.

  In step S705, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 displays on the touch panel 213 in FIG. 2b a pop-up (selection screen) that accepts an instruction from the user as to whether or not to divide the file. The pop-up (selection screen) displayed in step S705 is the pop-up (selection screen) 901 in FIG. Step S705 is an example of the selection screen display means in the present invention. By performing the processing in step S705, it is possible to prevent the file from being divided when the user accidentally performs a pinch-out operation between pages when attempting to enlarge the page. Can do.

  In step S706, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 accepts an operation by the user for the pop-up (selection screen) displayed in step S705. For example, in 9-2 of FIG. 9, the user's selection for the button 902 “Yes” or the button 903 “No” is accepted. Step S706 is an example of the division selection unit in the present invention.

  In step S707, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the instruction received in step S706 is a division instruction. If it is a division instruction (YES), the process proceeds to step S708; otherwise (NO), the process of FIG. 7 is terminated. The division instruction in step S707 is, for example, that the button 902 “Yes” is pressed at 9-2 in FIG.

  In step S708, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs file division / save processing.

  Here, the file division / save processing performed in step S708 will be described in detail with reference to the examples of FIGS. When a pinch-out operation is performed between the 11th page and the 12th page as shown in 9-1 of FIG. 9, and “Yes” is selected by the user in 9-2, 11-1 ( The data table of file X) is divided into 11-2 (file A) and 11-3 (file B) and stored in the tablet device 100 or the external memory 211 of the server 102. Further, when saving, an input of a file name by the user is accepted (not shown).

  Note that 11-2 (file A) created by the division includes up to 11 pages. Also, 11-3 (file B) includes the 12th and subsequent pages, and 12 pages are newly set as the first page, and new page numbers are assigned to the subsequent pages.

  In step S709, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 receives from the user a selection of which file to edit among the plurality of files generated by the division / save processing in step S708. For example, in FIG. 11, selection of which file to edit among 11-2 (file A) and 11-3 (file B) is received from the user.

In step S710, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 displays the file selected by the user in step S709 on the touch panel 213, and ends the process in FIG.

<Second embodiment>

The second embodiment of the present invention is an embodiment in which the editing process in step S302 of FIG. 3 is performed as shown in FIGS.

<Description of FIG. 12>

  FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating a flow of detailed processing in which the tablet terminal 100 executes the editing processing in step S302. Note that the touch panel 213 of the tablet terminal 100 has a multi-touch function.

  Since the processing from step S1201 to step S1207 is the same as the processing from step S601 to step S607 in FIG. 6, detailed description thereof is omitted.

  In step S1208, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 executes processing at the time of pinch-out operation. Details of the process during the pinch-out operation will be described later with reference to FIG.

  When the process of step S1208 is completed, the process returns to step S1201 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  In step S <b> 1209, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs a pinch-in (multi-touch) operation in which the user's operation received in step S <b> 1201 moves the operation target on the touch panel screen with two fingers to reduce the screen. Whether or not a predetermined instruction). If pinch-in (YES), the process proceeds to step S1210; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S1211.

  Step S1209 is an example of a receiving unit that receives a pinch-in or pinch-out operation from the user via the display screen on which the page information is displayed by the display control unit according to the present invention.

  In step S1210, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 executes processing at the time of pinch-in operation. Details of the process during the pinch-in operation will be described later with reference to FIG.

  When the process of step S1210 is completed, the process returns to step S1201 and accepts an operation by the user again.

  The process in step S1211 is the same as the process in step S609 in FIG.

  The process in step S1212 is the same as the process in step S610 in FIG.

  Since the process of step S1213 is the same as the process of step S611 of FIG. 6, detailed description is abbreviate | omitted.

  The processing in step S1214 is the same as the processing in step S612 in FIG.

  The processing in step S1215 is the same as the processing in step S613 in FIG.

  Since the process of step S1216 is the same as the process of step S614 of FIG. 6, detailed description thereof is omitted.

Since the process of step S1217 is the same as the process of step S615 of FIG. 6, detailed description is abbreviate | omitted.

<Description of FIG. 13>

  FIG. 13 is a diagram illustrating a flow of processing executed by the tablet terminal 100 when it is determined that the pinch-out operation is performed in step S1208 of FIG.

  Since the processing from step S1301 to step S1303 is the same as the processing from step S701 to step S703 in FIG. 7, detailed description thereof is omitted.

  In step S1304, for example, as illustrated in 14-1 of FIG. 14, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines that the coordinates (position information) acquired in step S1301 are between pages (a plurality of page information between pages). Or not). If it is between pages (YES), the process proceeds to step S1305; otherwise (NO), the process of FIG. In 14-1, a pinch-out instruction from the user is accepted between the 11th and 12th pages.

  FIG. 14 is a diagram showing screen transitions of the processes in steps S1304 to S1306, S1309, and S1310. In FIG. 14, the file displayed in step S409 of FIG. 4 is displayed.

  15 is an example of a data table of the file (file X) displayed in 14-1 or 14-2 of FIG. This file has multiple pages.

  In step S1305, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 displays on the touch panel 213 in FIG. 2b a pop-up (selection screen) that accepts an instruction from the user as to whether or not to divide the file. The pop-up (selection screen) displayed in step S1305 is the pop-up (selection screen) 1401 in 14-2 of FIG. Step S705 is an example of the selection screen display means in the present invention. By performing the process of step S1305, it is possible to prevent the file from being divided when the user accidentally performs a pinch-out operation between pages when attempting to enlarge the page. Can do.

  In step S1306, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 accepts an operation by the user for the pop-up 1401 (selection screen) displayed in step S1305. For example, the selection of the user with respect to the “insert new page” button, “divide file” button, and “copy page and divide file” button of the pop-up 1401 in FIG. 14 is accepted. Note that step S1306 is an example of a selection receiving unit in the present invention.

  In step S1307, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the instruction received in step S1306 is a division instruction. If so (YES), the process proceeds to step S1308; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S1309. The division instruction in step S1307 is, for example, that the “divide file” button in the pop-up 1401 in FIG. 14 is pressed.

  In step S1308, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs file division / storage processing. The file dividing / saving process performed in step S1308 is the same as the process in step S708 of FIG. 7, and thus detailed description thereof is omitted. Step S1308 is an example of an editing unit in the present invention.

  In step S1309, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the instruction received in step S1306 is a page copy and file division instruction. If it is a page copy and file division instruction (YES), the process proceeds to step S1310; otherwise (NO), the process proceeds to step S1313. The instruction to copy the page and divide the file in step S1309 is, for example, that the “copy page and divide file” button in the pop-up 1401 in FIG. 14 is pressed.

  In step S1310, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs page copying, file division, and storage processing. Step S1310 is an example of an editing unit in the present invention.

Here, the page copy, file division, and storage processing performed in step S1310 will be described in detail with reference to the examples of FIGS. As shown in 14-1 of FIG. 14, a pinch-out operation is executed between the 11th and 12th pages, and a “copy page and divide file” button in the pop-up 1401 of 14-2 of FIG. When pressed by the user, the data table 1501 (file X) in FIG. 15 is divided into 1502 (file A) and 1503 (file B) and stored in the tablet terminal 100 or the external memory 211 of the server 102. . Further, when saving, an input of a file name by the user is accepted (not shown).
FIG. 15 is an example of a file data table displayed on the tablet terminal 100 in FIG.

  Note that 1502 (file A) created by division stores pages 12 and after, unlike 11-2 in FIG. 11 of the first embodiment. 1503 (file B) includes the 12th and subsequent pages of file X, and 12 pages are newly set as the first page, and new page numbers are assigned to the subsequent pages.

In step S1311, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 receives from the user a selection of which file to edit among the plurality of files generated in step S1308 or step S1310. For example, in FIG. 15, selection of which file to edit among 1502 (file A) and 1503 (file B) is received from the user. As a method for selecting a file to be edited, a pop-up (not shown) for accepting selection may be displayed on the tablet terminal 100, or both 1502 (file A) and 1503 (file B) are displayed on the tablet terminal 100. The user may make a selection by pressing a “close” button (not shown) of the application.

  In step S1312, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 displays the file selected by the user in step S1311 on the touch panel 213, and ends the process of FIG.

  In step S1313, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the instruction received in step S1306 is a new page insertion instruction. If it is a new page insertion instruction (YES), the process proceeds to step S1314; otherwise (NO), the process of FIG. The new page insertion instruction in step S1313 is, for example, that the “insert new page” button in the pop-up 1401 in FIG. 14 is pressed.

  In step S1314, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs a new page insertion process, and when the process ends, the process of FIG. 13 ends. Step S1314 is an example of an editing unit in the present invention.

  Here, the new page insertion process performed in step S1314 will be described in detail with reference to the examples of FIGS. 14, 16, and 17. FIG.

  FIG. 16 is a diagram showing screen transition in step S1314. In FIG. 16, the file displayed in step S409 of FIG. 4 is displayed.

  Also, 1701 in FIG. 17 is an example of the data table of the file (file X) displayed in 14-1 or 14-2 in FIG. This file has multiple pages. 1702 in FIG. 17 is an example of the data table of the file (file X ′) displayed in FIG.

As shown in 14-1 of FIG. 14, when a pinch out operation is executed between the 11th page and the 12th page, and the “insert new page” button of the pop-up 1401 in FIG. 14 is pressed by the user, As shown in FIG. 16, a new page is added between the 11th and 12th pages, and the 12th page before the “Insert New Page” button is pressed becomes the 13th page. Accordingly, the 12th page of the data table 1701 (file X) in FIG. 17 becomes the 13th page of the data table 1702 (file X ′), and is stored in the tablet device 100 or the external memory 211 of the server 102. . Also, the newly inserted page is saved as the 12th page.
By performing the processing in steps S1313 to S1314, for example, a conventional user can select intuitively without selecting a “insert” from a tab on the document editing application and pressing a “insert blank page” button. It becomes possible to insert a new page by a typical operation.
<Description of FIG. 18>

  FIG. 18 is a diagram illustrating a flow of processing executed by the tablet terminal 100 when it is determined that the pinch-in operation is performed in step S1210 of FIG.

  In step S1801, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 acquires the coordinates (position information) where the pinch-in operation has occurred in step S1210.

  In step S1802, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the coordinates (position information) acquired in step S1801 are on the page. If it is on the page (YES), the process proceeds to step S1803. If not (NO), the process proceeds to step S1804.

  In step S1803, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 changes the display scale of the page for which the operation has been accepted in accordance with the movement of the finger. Step S1803 is an example of the enlargement / reduction display means of the present invention.

  In step S1804, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the coordinates (position information) acquired in step S1801 are between pages (between adjacent page information), as indicated by 19-1 in FIG. To do. If it is between pages (YES), the process proceeds to step S1805; otherwise (NO), the process of FIG. 18 is terminated. In 19-1, a pinch-in instruction by the user is accepted between the 11th and 12th pages.

  FIG. 19 is a diagram showing screen transitions in the processing from step S1804 to S1808. In FIG. 19, the file displayed in step S409 of FIG. 4 is displayed.

  In step S1805, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 displays on the touch panel 213 in FIG. 2b a pop-up (selection screen) for accepting an instruction from the user as to whether or not to hide the header and footer. The pop-up (selection screen) displayed in step S1805 is the pop-up (selection screen) 1901 of 19-2 in FIG. Note that step S1805 is an example of a selection screen display unit in the present invention. By performing the processing in step S1805, the header and footer are hidden if the user accidentally performs a pinch-in operation between pages in an attempt to reduce the page. Can be prevented.

  In step S1806, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 accepts a user operation on the pop-up (selection screen) displayed in step S1805. For example, in 19-2 of FIG. 19, the selection of the user for the 1902 “Yes” button or the 1903 “No” button is accepted.

  In step S1807, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 determines whether the instruction received in step S1806 is an instruction to hide the header and footer. If it is an instruction to hide the header and footer (YES), the process proceeds to step S1808; otherwise (NO), the process of FIG. 18 is terminated. The instruction to hide the header and footer in step S1807 is, for example, that the button 1902 “Yes” is pressed in 19-2 of FIG.

In step S1808, the CPU 201 of the tablet terminal 100 performs a process of hiding the header and footer as shown in FIG. In FIG. 19, the pinch-in operation is performed by the user between the 11th and 12th pages, and the header and footer between the 11th and 12th pages are hidden. The header and footer between (for example, the second page and the third page) may be hidden at the same time, or the header and footer may remain displayed.
By performing the processing in steps S1804 to 1808, the user can perform the non-display processing of the page header and footer by an intuitive operation. Step S1808 is an example of editing means in the present invention.

  In the present invention, the file division condition is between pages (between adjacent page information). However, as another embodiment, the pinch out may extend over two pages. For example, in 9-1 of FIG. 9, the two fingers to be pinched out are separated from each other with one finger on the 11th page and the other finger on the 12th page. As described above, the file may be divided when the pinch out is performed.

  As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide a mechanism for efficiently dividing electronic data by an intuitive operation while reducing complicated operations by a user.

  In addition, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide a mechanism for efficiently inserting a new page into electronic data through an intuitive operation while reducing a complicated operation by a user.

  Further, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide a mechanism for efficiently hiding the header and footer of electronic data through an intuitive operation while reducing complicated operations by the user.

  In the present embodiment, the mechanism for editing a file on the tablet terminal 100 or the PC 101 has been described. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and can be realized by the server 102, for example.

  Another object of the present invention is to supply a storage medium storing software program codes for realizing the functions of the above-described embodiments to a system or apparatus, and the computer (or CPU or MPU) of the system or apparatus stores the storage medium. Needless to say, this can also be achieved by reading and executing the program code stored in.

  In this case, the program code itself read from the storage medium realizes the functions of the above-described embodiments, and the program code itself and the storage medium storing the program code constitute the present invention.

  As a storage medium for supplying the program code, for example, a flexible disk, a hard disk, an optical disk, a magneto-optical disk, a CD-ROM, a CD-R, a magnetic tape, a nonvolatile card, a ROM, or the like can be used.

  Further, by executing the program code read by the computer, not only the functions of the above-described embodiments are realized, but also an OS (basic system or operating system) running on the computer based on the instruction of the program code. Needless to say, a case where the function of the above-described embodiment is realized by performing part or all of the actual processing and the processing is included. An information processing apparatus (computer) that can read and execute the program code realizes the functions of the above-described embodiments.

  Further, after the program code read from the storage medium is written in a memory provided in a function expansion board inserted into the computer or a function expansion unit connected to the computer, the function is determined based on the instruction of the program code. It goes without saying that the CPU or the like provided in the expansion board or function expansion unit performs part or all of the actual processing and the functions of the above-described embodiments are realized by the processing.

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  1. Storage means for storing electronic data page information;
    Display control means for controlling the page information stored in the storage means to be displayed on a display screen having a multi-touch function;
    Receiving means for receiving a pinch-in or pinch-out operation from a user via the display screen on which the page information is displayed by the display control means;
    When the pinch-in or pinch-out operation received by the receiving unit is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, the editing unit edits the page information with the adjacent page information as a boundary. An information processing apparatus comprising:
  2. The information processing apparatus includes:
    When a pinch-in or pinch-out operation received by the receiving means is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, a selection screen for receiving a selection as to whether or not to edit the page information from the user A selection screen display means to be displayed;
    Selection accepting means for accepting selection from the user whether to edit the page information for the selection screen displayed by the selection screen display means;
    Further comprising
    The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the editing unit further edits the page information when the selection receiving unit selects to edit the page information.
  3.   The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the editing unit further divides the electronic data into a plurality of electronic data at a boundary between the adjacent page information.
  4.   The editing means further converts the electronic data into electronic data including all the page information and electronic data including page information between the adjacent page information, with the boundary between the adjacent page information as a boundary. The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the information processing apparatus is divided.
  5.   The editing means further includes, between the adjacent page information, the electronic data, electronic data including page information before the adjacent page information, and the subsequent page information between the adjacent page information. The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the information processing apparatus is divided into electronic data including page information.
  6.   The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the editing unit further adds a new page between the adjacent page information.
  7.   The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the editing unit further hides a header and a footer of the electronic data.
  8.   An enlarged / reduced display means for enlarging and displaying the page information when the pinch-in or pinch-out operation received by the accepting means is performed at a position other than a position including between adjacent page information; The information processing apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising: an information processing apparatus according to claim 1.
  9. A method of controlling an information processing apparatus including a storage unit that stores page information of electronic data,
    A display control step of controlling the display control means of the information processing apparatus to display the page information stored in the storage means on a display screen having a multi-touch function;
    A receiving step for receiving a pinch-in or pinch-out operation from a user via the display screen on which the page information is displayed by the display control step; and an editing unit for the information processing device. When the pinch-in or pinch-out operation received in the receiving step is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, the editing is performed to edit the page information with the adjacent page information as a boundary. A control method comprising the steps of:
  10. A program that can be read and executed by an information processing apparatus including a storage unit that stores page information of electronic data,
    The information processing apparatus;
    Display control means for controlling the page information stored in the storage means to be displayed on a display screen having a multi-touch function;
    Receiving means for receiving a pinch-in or pinch-out operation from a user via the display screen on which the page information is displayed by the display control means;
    When the pinch-in or pinch-out operation received by the receiving unit is performed at a position including between adjacent page information, the editing unit edits the page information with the adjacent page information as a boundary. A program characterized by functioning as
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