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Redactions within a page range


Michael Atkin

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

 

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

 

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

 

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

 

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

 

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Hi Michael,

With Eclipse SE, there is a function that I believe will do what you are asking for. You would basically draw the redaction on a page. Once drawn, you would right-click on the redaction itself, and go to the Annotation Options section, then select 'Apply to Range'. A new box will pop up with the image keys listed. You can select the beginning image key, and the ending image key to be applied to.

 

 

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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If you are looking to indicate pages in a document that need redactions, this can be done through Eclipse SE utilizing the page tag functionality. Users are then able to search by page tags vs. document level for easy navigation to the pages requiring redactions.

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