Video walk-through

Who can run quick downloads to PDF?

Overview of your print options

Where to find previous PDF downloads

How PDF download documents are named


ℹ️ Need to create a production version of this search (e.g., create Bates or other endorsements)? Follow our guide to creating a production here.


Video walk-through

Who can run quick downloads to PDF?

Pro Users and above can quickly and easily download search results to PDF by selecting "Download PDF" from the search menu.

Overview of your print options

  1. Name your download - this is the name it will receive in the Downloads tab and when you send the file to your local machine.

  2. Include Families? You can opt to include family members (attachments, embedded docs) that are not strictly part of your current search results. See "Documents from a previous production" for more details.

  3. Merge into a single PDF. By selecting this box, all documents in the download will be combined into a single PDF, in the order they appear in the search results.

  4. Versions: if you select "original version of documents," you can also opt to include saved redactions. If you select "Documents from a previous production," you can choose the image version from the drop-down menu. If you select documents from a previous production, that imaged version will be downloaded (including document endorsements and redactions).

    ⚠️ Any documents included in this download that were not previously produced, will receive a placeholder document (slip sheet).

Where to find previous PDF downloads

Your saved PDF downloads will be visible from the search page:

...and from the Downloads tab in a folder named "PDF Downloads":


How PDF download documents are named

Downloaded PDFs are named by the native filename with a numeric prefix, starting with zero. (e.g., 000000_filename.doc; 000001_filename.xlsx; etc.)

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