LexisNexis Releases New Version of Total Search

Jul 19, 2005

LexisNexis, a provider of legal, news and business information has announced the release of LexisNexis Total Search v. 3.1, a search tool for the legal industry and practitioners of law. This latest version of LexisNexis Total Search includes improvements in ease-of-deployment and maintenance for the administrator, including: advanced and automated document filtering which is designed to allow administrators to set up filters based on document metadata; ability to schedule multiple start/stop times for each document source; ability to choose which metadata fields appear as categories in a search drilldown; improved product installation. LexisNexis Total Search v. 3.1 is designed to enable users to: cross-reference non-case law, non-law review/journal citations, including statute citations and covering patents, constitutions, and other citation types; highlight and jump from search term to search term appearing in the search result set; view abbreviated versions of large documents with links to the full documents.

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