Every once in a while during a demo, I’ll hear from an attorney that he or she wants the ability to export documents, either to work on locally or to use with another application. While we here at Nextpoint enjoy touting the benefits of keeping things on the web, we realize that this desire exists and have structured Nextpoint with this idea in mind.
Currently, Nextpoint features two options for exporting. Most obviously, users may export a single document as a PDF by simply clicking the icon to the right of any document in a search population. This makes it nice if you have a few documents you’d like to print or access on your local drive.
Taking it a step further, users can also bulk export documents for use with other applications. This is done by selecting the documents and exporting either a load list, which will give you only the load file, or zip file, which includes both the load file and the corresponding single page TIF images. Users can select from exporting as OLL, DAT, or XML files, recognized industry formats that can be easily uploaded into other applications such as TrialDirector or Concordance. This capability in Nextpoint allows users to work seamlessly across multiple trial preparation programs.
But wait, there’s more. Coming soon, Nextpoint will offer users the ability to bulk export PDF files. In the next release, users will find a “Files” option under the Export menu in the top of the Documents section. Here, users may opt to export the documents with cover pages detailing each document’s coding that print before each. Users can even choose to export the documents separately by exhibit or as a continuous PDF, which makes large printing jobs easy.
Whether you’re exporting for purposes of printing, local save, or use with another program, Nextpoint has the bases covered.