Apply an Exhibit Label

You can apply an exhibit label to documents using any of the following methods:

  • The Document Annotations Panel

  • The Document Explorer right-click context menu

Document Annotations Panel

To apply an exhibit label to documents from the Document Annotations Panel:

  1. In the Documents Explorer, open the document.

    The Document Work Area displays.

  2. In the Document Work Area Ribbon Bar, at the top of the window, click the Annotations button, under the Auxiliary section.
  3. The Document Annotations panel displays.

  4. In the Document Annotations panel, select the exhibit label you want to apply to the exhibit and click the Apply button.

    In the Document Work Area, the exhibit label is applied to the document.

    Note: To learn more about working with annotations, including editing annotations in a document, see Apply Annotations to a Document.

  5. Click the Save button to save your changes.

Document Explorer Right-Click Context Menu

To apply an exhibit label to documents from the Document Explorer right-click context menu:

  1. In the Documents Explorer, right-click on the document ID for a document.

    The Document Explorer right-click context menu displays.

  2. Click the Batch Exhibit Label Applicator button.

    The Batch Exhibit Label Applicator dialog displays.

  3. Select an exhibit label from the Label drop down.

  4. If you only want an exhibit label to appear on the first page of a multi-page document, click the Apply Exhibit labels to page 1 only check box.
  5. Click the Run button.
  6. The exhibit label is applied to the document.

Note: You can select multiple documents and then right-click and select Batch Exhibit Label Applicator. When the exhibit label is applied, it is applied to all of the selected documents. You can also remove exhibit labels from documents by selecting the Remove Labels radio button in the Batch Exhibit Label Applicator dialog box.

 

Related Topics

Overview: Documents

Use Document Explorer Right-Click Context Menu