Persistent Highlighting

Work with Persistent Highlighting

Your administrator may configure “persistent highlighting” to emphasize specific document content. Persistently highlighted key words can help you find required information quickly. This highlighting display in the Text and Web Viewer tabs.

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For example the previous figure shows three persistent highlighted group terms. For each group term, the administrator added related key words. For example, related key words for financial may include: returns, deficits, profits, losses, and so on. If any of these key words display in the document, they will be highlighted with the same background color and text color as shown in the menu. The number in the parenthesis next to the group term indicates the number of times any of the key words associated with that group term display in the document. To view the related key words in the form of a tool tip, use the mouse pointer to hover over the desired persistent highlighted group term. By default, all persistent highlighting group terms are selected in the menu.

 

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Locate Key Words in the Document

  1. Click the Web Viewer tab or Text tab in the Review pane.

  2. Click to display the persistent highlighted groups menu.

  3. Click the arrows < > surrounding the Highlights menu to move backwards or forwards to locate each highlighted key word in the document. See Persistent Highlighting for additional information.

    Note: The item [Search Terms] (n) displays only in the highlighted group list if an Advanced Search or a Visual Search was conducted and contained a Text search. The entire search phrase is highlighted and considered one search hit.

Clear Key Words in the Document

  1. Click the Web Viewer tab or Text tab in the Review pane.

  2. Click to display the persistent highlighted groups menu.

  3. Clear the check box for one or more persistent highlighted groups. The related key words in the document are no longer highlighted.

 

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