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Batch Printing Natives


Suzanne Barbetta

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unfortunately, batch printing natives is not an option in most litigation software products. This is due to the fact that there is no way to control page sizing and orientation (landscaping vs portrait) during a batch print operation not to mention the possibility of image cutoff for documents, like excel files which could be several football fields wide.

Also, there is no ability to perform redactions, annotations and bates stamping on natives.

you have to image the natives in order to perform batch printing as well as create redactions, annotations and bates stamping.

If you have placeholders for these natives, the best option is to delete these placeholder images in Admin from a saved search and then perform batch tiff processing using the saved search. The other option is to send the natives to a service provider to batch tiff and qc. They will provide you with the images and a lfp load file to import into SE. You'll still need to delete the placeholder images in this scenario unless you give them the exact image key numbering of the placeholders (eg. Abc123.0001). If you do, you can perform an overlay import choosing the option to delete existing images.

you can then batch print the resulting images for these natives.

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unfortunately, batch printing natives is not an option in most litigation software products. This is due to the fact that there is no way to control page sizing and orientation (landscaping vs portrait) during a batch print operation not to mention the possibility of image cutoff for documents, like excel files which could be several football fields wide.

Also, there is no ability to perform redactions, annotations and bates stamping on natives.

you have to image the natives in order to perform batch printing as well as create redactions, annotations and bates stamping.

If you have placeholders for these natives, the best option is to delete these placeholder images in Admin from a saved search and then perform batch tiff processing using the saved search. The other option is to send the natives to a service provider to batch tiff and qc. They will provide you with the images and a lfp load file to import into SE. You'll still need to delete the placeholder images in this scenario unless you give them the exact image key numbering of the placeholders (eg. Abc123.0001). If you do, you can perform an overlay import choosing the option to delete existing images.

you can then batch print the resulting images for these natives.

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