Toolbar

The toolbar has a number of tools that you can use to perform different actions on the document you are viewing.

Document Manipulation Tools

The first set of tools allow you to reorient and resize a document

Notes and Highlighting Tool

You can apply notes and highlights to documents you are reviewing. Notes and highlights are also searchable through Everlaw’s query builder. Please see the “Notes and Highlights” article for more details about adding notes or highlights to your documents.

Redaction Tools

There are two ways to redact text in Everlaw: through the redaction highlighter or through the text selection tool. Please see the redaction article for more details.

The Chronology Tool

The Chronology tool allows you to add documents to a chronology in your case. The Chronology is a way for your review team to collaboratively curate the most important documents in the case. Read our Chronology documentation to learn more about how to use the Chronology, and how to add documents to it.

The Document Review History

The document review history allows you to see the complete history of actions taken on the document. For each of the listed action types, you can see who performed the action, and a date and timestamp for when the action was performed:

  • View
  • Rate
  • Binder
  • Code
  • Note
  • Conflict
  • Upload

Downloading the Document

To download the document, click the download icon. If you want to select different file types for download (ex. PDFs, native file), click the caret icon and choose from the drop-down list.

Printing the Document

To print the document to your local printer, click the print icon. If you wish to configure your print settings to include a metadata table, bates stamps and separator pages, or notes and highlights, click the caret icon and open the print settings.

Sharing the Document

To share the document with others on your team, click the share icon. The share menu will appear, allowing you to specify who you want to share the document with, and attach an optional note. Recipients will receive a message in their Everlaw message center with the document attached. By default, they will also receive an email notifying them that they received a message through Everlaw.

 

 

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