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Getting the Number of Pages in a Search


Michael Hadder

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Have you ever needed to know how many pages are in a subset of documents and didn't want to add them all up one at a time? Well there is a feature in Eclipse SE Desktop that can do this for you! If you run a search on the documents you are looking for and go to print one of it's images, you can select to calculate the page count from all documents by selecting the All Documents radio button and clicking on the Calculate Page Count button!

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Have you ever needed to know how many pages are in a subset of documents and didn't want to add them all up one at a time? Well there is a feature in Eclipse SE Desktop that can do this for you! If you run a search on the documents you are looking for and go to print one of it's images, you can select to calculate the page count from all documents by selecting the All Documents radio button and clicking on the Calculate Page Count button!

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Have you ever needed to know how many pages are in a subset of documents and didn't want to add them all up one at a time? Well there is a feature in Eclipse SE Desktop that can do this for you! If you run a search on the documents you are looking for and go to print one of it's images, you can select to calculate the page count from all documents by selecting the All Documents radio button and clicking on the Calculate Page Count button!

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Alternatively, there is a report in the Admin module that can do this as well. Go to Reports > Case Data Summary, and select your case. Select the option for 'Image File Size.' Set the radio button to Advanced Search, click the build search button, and run your search for that subset of documents. Once you've done all of this, click the Start button on the bottom right corner. This will show you your total pages, and the image size as well.

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Alternatively, there is a report in the Admin module that can do this as well. Go to Reports > Case Data Summary, and select your case. Select the option for 'Image File Size.' Set the radio button to Advanced Search, click the build search button, and run your search for that subset of documents. Once you've done all of this, click the Start button on the bottom right corner. This will show you your total pages, and the image size as well.

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Alternatively, there is a report in the Admin module that can do this as well. Go to Reports > Case Data Summary, and select your case. Select the option for 'Image File Size.' Set the radio button to Advanced Search, click the build search button, and run your search for that subset of documents. Once you've done all of this, click the Start button on the bottom right corner. This will show you your total pages, and the image size as well.

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