Working with the text of the document, General view of the window...

Working with the document text

General view of the window with the text of the document

System document Garant is a legally processed text of the source document, provided with exhaustive background information.

In the process of legal processing, the texts of documents are marked in a special way (Figure 7.32):

• documents with a complex internal structure are provided with a table of contents;

• Partition headers are highlighted with a special font;

• A large number of hyperlinks are placed on other documents of the system;

• comments added to facilitate text learning.

Document structure

Fig. 7.32. Document structure

At the bottom of the window with the text of the document are the tabs Text, Help, Abstract, Litigation, Comments.

The Help tab contains information about the entry into force of the document, its status, changes made and the source of its official publication.

The Abstract tab allows you to view the summary of the document.

The Trial practice tab allows you to quickly open a list of court decisions that contain links to the current document.

The Comments tab contains a list of the analysis of the current document.

Bookmarks in the text of the document

When working with the text of a document, you can, as in reading a regular book, set it in the text of the bookmark. Bookmarks allow not only to save the document, but also to memorize the position in the text of the document with accuracy to the paragraph. When you access the bookmark, the system will load the document exactly at the point where the bookmark was installed.

To set a bookmark, you need to move the cursor pointer to the paragraph to which you want to set the bookmark. When you click Set bookmark ... (Figure 7.33), the system displays a folder window and prompts you to enter the name of the bookmark to save (Figure 7.34). If desired, the bookmark can be accompanied with an explanatory comment.

Documents menu section

Fig. 7.33. The Documents menu section

By default, the system will offer a name and a comment that reflect the name of the document and the position on which the bookmark is set.

To set bookmarks, you can also use the appropriate shortcut menu command or the Set bookmark ... button on the toolbar.

View of the bookmark setup window in the document

Fig. 7.34. View of the bookmark setup window in the document

User Comments

For convenience of working with documents, they can be accompanied by own comments in the text. In your own comments, you can include tables, hyperlinks to previously saved lists of documents, and change the font and color of the comment with the goal of one hundred selection.

To create a comment, you must press the Enter button on the commented paragraph or use the Add My Comment command on the shortcut menu that is called by right-clicking on the paragraph that is commented. In the My comment field you should type the text from the keyboard or insert the fragment saved earlier in the clipboard.

Inserting and editing a table, setting hyperlinks, changing the font, and deleting a user's comment is done through the appropriate commands of the context menu (Figure 7.35).

Context menu for working with user comments

Fig. 7.35. Context menu for working with user comments

Documents on the control

In the Garant system automatic tracking of selected documents is provided. After setting the document of interest for control , the system will begin to track changes in the text and status of the action itself.

When certain events occur, the system displays a notification and prompts you to view a list of changed controlled documents.

An arbitrary document of the system "Guarantor" can be placed on the control. regardless of the type of legal information, belonging to the information block or the content of the law in the document.

To place a document for monitoring, use the Set to control command in the context menu, the button on the toolbar or the corresponding command in the main window menu from the Analysis section.

Time Machine

The Time Machine allows you to automatically retrieve the text of the document in the form in which it acted on the given date. This feature is especially important for frequently changing documents presented in several editions.

To enable the Time Machine, you can use the Time Machine command from the Changes in document drop-down list on the toolbar, specifying the desired date in the dialog box (Figure 7.36).

Menu for working with document editors

Fig. 7.36. Menu for working with document editors

When you turn on the time machine, the system will automatically select and load the text of the current document in the correct edition. Other documents opened with links from his text will also open with a given date.

To display information about all edits of the current document, use the Revision List command from the Changes in document drop-down list on the toolbar. The Edits tab appears in the navigation bar. It contains a list of revisions, ordered by the time of the changes. For each edition, the period of its validity is indicated, and its current status (with respect to the date of updating the information bank, which is considered current) is displayed by the icon. By default, the document always opens in the current version.

To load another edition, click the left mouse button on its name. When you download an inactive version of the text, the floating indicator Warning about irrelevant revision. The indicator can be moved arbitrarily within the document window, but it can not be removed from the screen.

If you manually load another version of the document, the system displays a warning and a second red indicator. The red color of the indicator means that the displayed text for one reason or another does not correspond to the date set in the time machine.

When you navigate through links to other documents, Time Machine keeps its action. You can enable the time machine for any documents, including texts with a single revision.

To disable the machine, you can use the Time Machine command from the Changes in document drop-down list on the toolbar, choosing the required system behavior in the dialog box (Figure 7.37).

Dialog box for turning off (changing dates) Time machines

Fig. 7.37. Dialog box for turning off (changing the date) Time Machine

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