My two images are the front and back of each other. How do I index this? I don't know how to combine them to the same entry.
Please share your batch copying and pasting the batch link or batch code. When your batch is open, click Help, in the upper left just above the toolbar. On the drop-down menu, click Share Batch. You'll see those 2 options.
I had the same problem with this batch.
In this case follow the instructions in the General Indexing Guidelines at the bottom of the Project Instructions for when a document covers two images. Index all the information from both images onto one entry then mark the second entry as No, No Extractable Data.
Just to summarize what the instructions say:
In the little toolbar at the left of the image window are 4 icons. The bottom one looks like a book and says "Reference Images" when you put your mouse over the icon. Click on that and it will bring up a new image window to the right. Initially, it will show the image just after the one you're looking at. That will probably be the "second" one you're referring to and which will have the rest of the data you need for indexing. You enter the data in the data window for the first image but you may need to use information from the second image to finish that data.
Don't go to the next image and enter data into the data pane for that one (unless . . . ). If there is no other data to be indexed from that second image, you will mark it as NED. If there are new records that start on that image, you put those in the second data pane.
See the screenshot below for an illustration of @annewandering 's and @Jerry Hill 's points. This batch has three images instead of the two yours has, but the situation is the same - ignore that third image in each case. Also, please ignore the contents of the first two images and pretend they are your Images #1 and #2. The Reference Images are on the right, and as here, the system should show your batch images, with the second image (backside of the form in your case) pre-selected. So, the front and back of the card or form are visible at the same time. So, you can use the Entry form for image #1 and conveniently gather information from the front and back of the form. And then mark image #2 NED (in Step 1: Images) to complete the process if you haven't done so already.