The Indexed I/O system also allows output of new images rather than originals. During the process of imaging we can add information such as bates numbers, tags, or any other sort of information you would like included in your document production (for example you could overlay all images with a "Confidential" marking).
The process is almost identical to a NATIVE export, with a view added steps. If you haven't already, review the process to export files natively here:
During the first step, you will instead select Image export.
After following the steps listed in the previous article, you will come to a new window where you can select to export in color or in black and white, whether you want TIFF or PDF images, and choose the information you want to overlay.
In the above example we are adding the text "Add overlaid information here" to the bottom left corner of all images, adding the bates number (chosen in an earlier step) to the bottom right, and marking any items with the listed tag ID as such. So if that tag ID corresponded to a tag called "Attorney's Eye's Only", then all files being exported that were marked with that tag will also receive an endorsement marking them as such. This is a great way to mark different files in the same export with different information.
In the final step, you will choose when to include native file versions. The default is to only include them where the system was unable to process the native file and therefore generated a placeholder for it. You can also choose to always, or never include the native version.
The next option is to select when you want placeholder images generated, and what the placeholder text will be.
When you are finished selecting you options, click start export in the bottom right to begin.