Easy Mark Index is a collection of utilities that allow a user to prepare images for use in Litigation Document Management Programs. Its features include: Indexing Bubble Sheets, Bates Stamping, Single or Multipage OCR text output and Manual Indexing
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Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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• Stamp images (Bates Stamp) with a prefix and the file name (less extension) without ever obstructing any part of the image.
• Quickly view images and change index information before the creation of output.
• Create an easy to understand table of file and index information that can be modified in a spreadsheet program before the import table is created.
• It creates an import table as a csv file that contains the location of the image, the starting document file name, the ending document file name (all single page tiff files), either a range of single page text files that match the document, or a multi-page text file
• The program can also import multi-page Tiff files and process them into single page files with matching OCR text.
Tiff Numbering 1.0 Tiff Numbering is a program that is designed to stamp Tiff images with a number (commonly referred to as a "Bates Stamp") in a manner where it does not obstruct any portion of the
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