Auto Indexing 2012 - Part 2: Auto Indexing, The Holy Grail
Presenter: Keith Vincent
Recording: Yes, Immediate
The automatic index has always been the Holy Grail of transcript production. Back when CAT software was young, Automatic Indexes were non-existent or very primitive. Not anymore! In Eclipse, you can build an index to suit almost any purpose. It will generate automatically and completely bypass the drudgery of typing it up manually. “Yeah, but I’ve got to figure out how to make all that happen.” We hear those “yeah, but” comments all the time and all we can say is the choice is yours: Learn how to make your own automatic index or be forever doomed to endlessly typing them up manually.
Join Keith for an information-filled webinar. It will start at 830p Eastern Time and last about two hours. You can also watch the recording again later, which is very helpful for this kind of content. Our recordings play in a window with Pause, Rewind and Fast Forward controls so you can move back and forth between Eclipse and the recording as you try out the information presented.
How many times has this happened to you? You breathe a short sigh of relief when you’ve made your last text correction and then realize you have so many things to list that your index will take you at least another hour or two. Or, you’ve just finished typing up that long, ugly index and discover you need to make a few more edits and that will change almost all the page numbers. Aside from being two more good reasons why Tequila shooters were invented, these are proof that you need Automatic Indexing.
When there are lots of witnesses, events and exhibits, no single task takes longer than creating the index. Not if you take advantage of Total Eclipse automatic indexing. In just seconds, Eclipse can scan through your transcript and insert even the most complicated index pages with updated references to page, line, and volume. After you've finished proofreading and making corrections, some page/line numbers may need to change. Again, just press a button and Eclipse can update your index in mere seconds.
Perhaps you're an Eclipse user who's still compiling your index pages the old-fashioned way because you never got around to setting yourself up for automatic indexing. Perhaps you have a very basic automatic indexing setup but you would like to take better advantage of what Eclipse has to offer. Whatever your situation, we hope you'll join Keith Vincent on Tuesday, June 19th, as he offers Eclipse Indexing 101. You'll come away with a better understanding of how to apply Eclipse automatic indexing features to serve your needs. And you’ll probably drink less Tequila.
Because the Eclipse Fill-In-The-Blanks process is generally used to speed up the insertion of exhibit descriptions, we hope you'll have joined us for Michael Starkman's June 13th class, too. Together, .4 continuing education units are available for attendees. Our webinars are $49 each but if you purchase both, you’ll save 10% on the price and you’ll save even more if you apply for CEUs also. You can file one NCRA form for both webinars, which cuts the cost for points in half. For more information on CEUs see our FAQ http://www.eclipsewebinars.com/faqs_detail.php?category=ceus. As always, you can interact with Keith and Michael during the live presentations or you can view the recorded version at a later time that better fits your schedule.
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