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Did you know … LexisNexis® TotalPatent® Work Folders allow you to digitally store your research without downloading?


Did you know … LexisNexis® TotalPatent® Work Folders allow you to digitally store your research without downloading?

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Select the Folder icon from your result list. Choose to file your documents into a new folder or an existing folder. With TotalPatent you receive 100 top-level folders and unlimited subfolders. Each folder can hold up to 20,000 documents, giving you an ample amount of digital storage. Once your documents are in a folder, you […]

Did you know… in LexisNexis® TotalPatent® you can pull up to 20,000 patent documents at one time with Document Retrieval?

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Select the document retrieval tab at the top of your screen Enter publication numbers into the box Or upload a CSV file of up to 20,000 publication numbers Select “Retrieve” With document retrieval, you have the ability to download your documents in several different formats or send them to a Work Folder.

Did you know… In TotalPatent™ you can view your results list and individual documents in the same screen?

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Select the split view layout button on the top of your results list. This view keeps a results list open on the left while you get a full view of your documents on the right. This view helps you quickly and easily sift through your results list and identify relevant documents.   If you have […]

Did you know… TotalPatent™ offers a graphical view of patent family data?

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1. From the document’s family data, select the Main Family. 2. Click on Graphic View to populate the Family Tree. The Family Tree offers a visual way to view family data, making viewing and sharing this data quick and simple.

A Closer Look at Patent PDFs in LexisNexis® TotalPatent®

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These days, most patent researchers expect patent information providers to provide access to PDF patent documents. Doing anything less seems laggardly. For many years now, patent PDFs have been downloadable for free from services like Google Patents and Espacenet. The opening up of Adobe PDF as an ISO standard has also made it easier and cheaper for individuals to create their own searchable, bookmarked PDF documents.

HTTPS For Patent Research Resources: 4 Key Questions To Ask

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In a recent article, we discussed why patent researchers should use HTTPS as much as possible when using the web to do sensitive research.