Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript

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  • Last update: 5 years ago
  • Version: 1.0.2
  • Size: 1.8 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Thomson Reuters
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Portable E-Transcript is a professional grade application available for your iPad® or iPhone®.You can review and annotate E-Transcripts anytime, anywhere – all you need is an iPad or iPhone to begin using your E-Transcript electronic witness testimony transcripts on the go.

Portable E-Transcript features:
• Works on your iPad and iPhone
• Word Index helps you search and find terms within your E-Transcript
• Receive E-Transcript format (PTX) via email, Dropbox, and iTunes®
• Ability to add electronic highlighting and notes
• Email a transcript with highlighting and notes from iPad or iPhone
• Update the transcript in the desktop version of Westlaw Case Notebook to include the highlighting and notes added in the app"


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    Abertijybyt
    iTunes
    This deposition transcript app works well for me. You have to send the transcripts to the app (I did this by opening them from my email) but they loaded up just fine. The app works with .ptx format, which is proprietary to Westlaw. You can review and annotate the depositions inside the app. It's nice to be able to carry all of my transcripts from one case, and all the basic features seem to work. I think the app could have more functionality, and I hope it improves in the future. For example: - I would like to be able to search across more than one deposition (often necessary when you can't remember which witness testified X) - I can't seem to sort my depositions by case. There is only one list and ALL depositions go there, sorted by date. - You can't erase the sample deposition the app comes with. Mildly annoying. - You can't edit the deposition metadata information. So if the court reporter types the name, date, or volume number incorrectly in the metadata, then you're stuck with it. So this is a good app, but it could be a great app with some more work. I look forward to it.

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