When viewing a document within the Concordance Image Viewer pane, you can select a tool from the Redline Toolbar to markup the document. You can change the appearance, size, and location of redlines after you add them.
We recommend incorporating standards for the review team for your redline markups, such as note size and location. This helps reviewers locate markups quickly at a glance. Even though a note may display small in the Viewer, it can still hold up to the 12 million character paragraph capacity.
Notes added to an image record are not viewable or accessible when the same document is viewed in the Browse view in Concordance. These database files are linked but cannot transfer or share edits.
Redlines applied to a .bmp file using Concordance Image version 5.09 or earlier and viewed in Concordance Image version 5.10 or later or FYI Reviewer version 5.07 or later will not display in the correct location.
1.On the Redline toolbar, click Text tool.
2.Use your mouse to select an area in the document where you want the text box to appear. A Text dialog displays.
3.In the Text dialog, type the text you want to add.
4.You can optionally click the Color button to edit the text color if needed.
5.Click OK. The text redline displays in the Viewer pane.
1.On the Redline toolbar, click the Note tool.
2.Use your mouse to select an area in the document where you want the note to appear. A Note dialog displays.
3.In the Note dialog, type the text you want to appear in the note.
4.Click OK. The note displays in the Viewer pane.
1.On the Markup toolbar, select the line or shape tool corresponding to what you want to add.
2.Use your mouse to draw the line or shape on the document.
3.Right click on the redline in the document and select Change color to change the line or shape color.
1.Use your mouse to select the redline to edit or delete in the document.
2.Choose the menu option you want to either modify the redline properties or delete the redline.