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What is the preferred format for enumerating claims? Article rated 3.1/5.0
Please see the following article for additional information on this topic. Keywords: claim numbering, claim numbers, claims, format
Forcing ClaimMaster to parse a particular claim region Article rated 3.1/5.0
You can force ClaimMaster to parse only the selected claim region by selecting/highlighting the region in Word and then pressing "Parse Claims in Selected Text" button. This method of parsing also allows you to selectively parse only the chosen claims without going through the entire docu...
How do I train ClaimMaster to recognize claims in my documents? Article rated 3.1/5.0
You can fine-tune ClaimMaster to your internal document structure by having it parse only the text region which contains claims. This will drastically cut down on the number of parsing errors and also improve the parsing speed. In order to adjust ClaimMaster to your document, you need to specif...
Forcing ClaimMaster to check reference numbers in a text region Article rated 3.0/5.0
When using the "View/Check Reference Numbers" feature, you can force ClaimMaster to detect reference numbers only the selected text region by selecting/highlighting the region in Word and then pressing "Reload Parts from Word" button. This allows you to selectively check referen...
ClaimMaster does not detect claims or reference numbers Article rated 2.7/5.0
Occasionally, ClaimMaster will not recognize claims or reference numbers in a document with complex formatting, such as auto-paragraph numbers, fields, formulas, etc. One way to resolve this problem is to have ClaimMaster create a formatting-free document for you, as explained in this article. ...
Claim parsing in foreign versions of Windows Article rated 3.1/5.0
There have been occasional reports of ClaimMaster not operating properly in fully-localized Windows when English is not the primary editing language (e.g., Japanese/Korean/Chinese). Therefore, if you are using a localized version of Windows (e.g., Japanese) and the software does not appear to pr...