Some corrupt documents can contain corrupt images. The most
common type of corruption is the truncation of the image data.
However most of the time it is better to use the image data that
exists rather than throw an error.
If the AutoFix property is set, then when the image is
decompressed it will be checked. If it is found that the data has
been truncated then extra blank data will be added onto the
Typically such an image will appear containing black content at
the bottom. Depending on the amount of truncation in the original
data there will be varying amounts of blank space.