Document Tab

Location:  The second tab located near the upper right of the Document Viewer. 

General

To access the Document Viewer, click any link to a document in the Lexbe eDiscovery Platform (LEP) from the Search, Browse or Facts & Issues pagesUnder the Doc tab, four sections are displayed: Document, Split Doc/Remove Pages, Redaction, and Annotation. 

Document

Description: Users can enter a 
short description or comment about the document.
Folder: Click on the hyperlink to change folder assignment.



Split Document/Remove Pages options

The PDF splitting function enables users to split a PDF document resulting in one or more new PDF documents made up of only the PDF pages that were extracted from the original PDF. The original document is not affected. 
The user that sets up the split instructions and the user that performs the splitting can be separate users. The Remove Pages function enables users to remove specific pages from a PDF document. A new PDF is created and the original PDF is not affected.  


To set up a document split, expand the Split Doc/Remove Pages section and input the document breaks; i.e. 1-3, 4-7, etc. in the Instructions box.  Click Add Task and wait for the highlighted confirmation message, Added Split Task.  Click Save and close the Doc Viewer.  


To execute splits, go to Management->Split PDFs from the main menu.  See PDF Split/Remove for more information. 

Translation

LEP allows users to upload documents that have been translated outside of LEP. Select Upload Manual Translation to upload a PDF version of the translated document. This document will show up on the Translated tab and also be part of the search index. For bulk language detection and auto translation using LEP, contact Lexbe Sales. See Translation for more information.

Redaction

This option allows users to create a redacted version of natives files or any PDFs without affecting or deleting the original (it will create a new redacted file).  See Redaction for more information.





Annotation

The normalized PDF cab be annotated or highlighted. The result will be shown on the Document Viewer Annotation tab. This feature allows users to either annotate or highlight documents directly or manually upload documents previously annotated in another program (such as Adobe Acrobat).  See Annotation for more information.


Display

The Translation, Redaction, and Annotation features of the Doc Tab will be displayed in the Document Viewer as individual tabs, maintaining clean copies of the document under the PDF, Page, and Original tabs.



Document Viewer Troubleshooting