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Did you know … with LexisNexis PatentOptimizer® you can automatically generate a claims chart?


Did you know … with LexisNexis PatentOptimizer® you can automatically generate a claims chart?

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From the Check Claims window, click the “Claims Chart” button. This will automatically populate a claims chart in Excel, helping to save you time and effort.  

Did you know … LexisNexis PatentOptimizer® text-to-image searching allows you to conduct part-level searches and view your results as a collection of images?

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  From Analytics, select the Parts button Insert the name of a part for which you would like to search The Get Variants button allows you to automatically search for variants Select any variants you would like to add to your search Click Search Under the Images Tab, you will find the clipped images of […]

Did you know… in LexisNexis® PatentOptimizer™ the thesaurus feature allows you to quickly and easily find synonyms for terms used in patent documents?

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Select the thesaurus button in yourPatentOptimizer ribbon. Enter any term into the term box or any highlighted term in your document will be auto populated. Select where you would like to search for synonyms. Then select search. If you have searched in patent thesaurus you will receive a list of synonyms and a reference to in […]

Did you know … LexisNexis PatentOptimizer® can automatically check and compare the part labeling in your document and figures?

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Select Check Parts from inside the PatentOptimizer ribbon of your Word document. Next, select the Figures Tab. Then, select Open Figures at the bottom of the Check Parts window. A new dialog box will prompt you to select the file containing your figures. PatentOptimizer will read figures in PowerPoint, Word, Visio and OCR PDF. After […]

Did you know … LexisNexis PatentOptimizer® can save you valuable time by automatically populating your IDS forms?

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1. Put your list of prior art references in a Word document, then select Check References in the PatentOptimizer Ribbon. 2. Select all the references you would like populated in your IDS Form. This can include non-patent literature. 3. Then select the IDS button. 4. The new dialog box will walk you through populating your […]