Discovery Advanced Image Word Options

Imaging Word Advanced Options

Date Field Handling Options

  1. Select a Date field handling option from the drop-down list:

Metadata Summary Options

ClosedMetadata - Frequently Asked Questions

Who creates the metadata? The native program (such as Microsoft Excel or Outlook) creates the metadata and maintains it with the native file (the letter or e-mail).

What does Ipro eCapture do with this data? When a document is processed, the metadata is collected from the document and stored in the database.

How is metadata useful? It gives you valuable information as to “Who knew what, and when.” It can tell you who wrote a document and who edited it last. It also shows you a file’s revision number, the character count, and many other pieces of information about a file.

  1. Select Generate a metadata summary image for each Word document, then select the individual types of metadata to capture under DocumentIn eCapture, refers to an electronic file (letter, spreadsheet, slideshow, etc.) that can be discovered; or discovered and processed. MetadataMetadata describes how and when and by whom a particular set of data was collected, and how the data is formatted. Created by the native program (e.g. Microsoft Word, Outlook) and is maintained with the native file (the letter or e-mail). eCapture uses a component called Oracle® Outside-In Technology (formerly Stellent), which extracts the metadata from the native files during the electronic discovery process. metadata can show the history of a document, where it went, how it was used, what it “did”. It shows how a document was created, the date it was created, modified, and/or transmitted, and the person or persons who handled the document. Summary Options:

    A separate page entitled Document Properties is generated and is placed at the end of each Microsoft Word document. For example, The Document Properties page may contain the following data:

    Title, Author, Company, Attached Template, Page count, Paragraph Count, Line Count, Word Count, Character Count (spaces excluded), and Character Count (spaces included).

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