A YesLaw PDF is a portable digital format that supports a hyperlinked word index, hyperlinked exhibits, annotations, as well as your other PDF tools. Using Acrobat, you can search across transcripts and exhibit files with a single search and mark-up/annotate the documents to collaborate with others. A YesLaw PDF transcript can be indexed and searched by e-discovery applications without additional conversion. You can copy and paste while retaining the transcript page and line formatting integrity.
The PDF format is an open standard with free viewing/printing software available, and most likely preloaded, on all Windows operating systems, Mac OSX, and mobile devices–Blackberries, iPhones, iPads, Droids, etc. Even with full bookmarks and a hyperlinked word index, a YesLaw PDF remains rather small and is about the size of a court reporter’s ascii file.
E-Transcript files ensure page and line integrity and offer the security of a tamperproof, electronic signature. E-Transcript files are compatible with Westlaw Case Notebook and other popular litigation software. If you do not have litigation software, you can download the free E-Transcript Viewer.
E-Transcript Bundle Viewer is another free viewing tool that is used for opening ptx files that are created by CompuScripts’ E-Transcript Manager. Many law firms have their email filters set to block E-Transcripts with an exe file extension. When you order an E-Transcript, CompuScripts’ default protocol is to send you an E-Transcript with the ptx extension.
West Publisher Files
CompuScripts offers Publisher files in an E-Transcript Bundle with a ptz extension. This format will import directly into your LiveNote or Case Notebook software to be viewed and annotated. This bundle delivers to the litigator connected deposition files: the transcript, linked exhibits, and video.
This free E-Transcript Bundle Viewer will display the transcripts, exhibits, links, and video. Everything in the bundle can be viewed and saved.
Summation Briefcase Formatted Files
This bundled deliverable contains the final transcript, linked exhibits, and video, if any. Its extension is sbf.