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There are five products on the market that law firms use to receive a transcript with linked exhibits. Those products are listed below. A linked transcript with exhibits is simply a file that contains hyperlinks to the scanned exhibits. In a linked transcript, if an exhibit is referred to – for instance, Exhibit 1 – every time Exhibit 1 is referenced in a transcript, the end-user can click on the word “Exhibit 1” and it will open up the exhibit.

Adobe Portfolio – We can create a portfolio for you that contains your exhibits, transcripts, e-transcripts, master index, and ASCII files all in one Adobe .pdf file. You just need to have the free Adobe Acrobat viewer installed. You will be able to read your transcript and when you are ready to view the corresponding exhibit just click on it from the table of contents.

Bundles – RealLegal’s product for receiving the linked exhibits and transcripts is a Bundle. Just like the e-transcript file, there is no special software required.

.lef File – LiveNote’s product for receiving the linked exhibits and transcripts is a .lef file, which stands for LiveNote Evidence Format. In order to use this product, you must have LiveNote software installed.

.sbf File – Summation’s product for receiving the linked exhibits and transcripts is a .sbf file, which stands for Summation Briefcase Format. In order to use this product, you must have Summation software installed.

.pdf File - Adobe Acrobat allows our office to hyperlink either a full-size transcript or a condensed transcript with the exhibits. Much like a link on the internet, when you open your PDF file you can go to the index of the transcript, click the exhibit, and it will open for your reference.

 


 


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