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Getting to Know Your Native Files


Michael Farris
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Native files require and run third party program in the background for you to view them in TrialDirector. Fully supported files load under the Image tab in the item viewer and Native files load under the Native Tab. It's important to note that you can only view these files on the Presentation Screen, not annotate them. See Supported File Formats in the Help menu for a list of Native file types.

 

Tip: Convert Native files to a fully supported file format (i.e. PDF, TIF, JPG) before adding them to your case.

 

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Native files require and run third party program in the background for you to view them in TrialDirector. Fully supported files load under the Image tab in the item viewer and Native files load under the Native Tab. It's important to note that you can only view these files on the Presentation Screen, not annotate them. See Supported File Formats in the Help menu for a list of Native file types.

 

Tip: Convert Native files to a fully supported file format (i.e. PDF, TIF, JPG) before adding them to your case.

 

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