Annotating Documents

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Annotating Documents

Concordance Native Viewer provides several markup tools for annotating documents and images during review.  Applying markups includes redacting information and adding notes. You can also apply color markings to highlight or underline text and add a circle or box to emphasize a block or region of key content.  All of these elements can easily be edited, moved, or resized.

There is no limit to the number of markups you can add to a document.  As a best practice, use some restraint and stick to the internal review guidelines for your organization, ensuring all annotation marks are sensibly applied and records are kept clean for other reviewers.

Markup History in the Information Pane display all markups for the current document including the markup type, title, and author.  Markup history is also saved in the .CIB file.


The current state for the markups on a document are stored in an XML formatted (.xrl) file in the same directory as the corresponding media file.  DO NOT edit this file.  Doing so may corrupt all your markups and redactions, as well as, possibly cause Concordance Native Viewer to crash.