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Search term highlighting

There are two ways to highlight terms within DISCO: Search Hits or Term Highlighting. To administer both, navigate to the menu Manage > Term Highlights.

From here, you may administer both items. First, when a search hit (e.g. a term within your search matches within a document) occurs, you may choose the default highlight color as yellow, green, blue, red or orange.

Second, you may create global term highlights that will automatically highlight a term when in the document viewer, regardless if the term was a search hit or not. You also have the option for what highlight color the term will be. To add a new term, click the blue text “add another”. To have multiple terms highlighted with the same color, enter the terms to be highlighted, each separated by semicolons.

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Best Practices

Within DISCO you may add up to 5 different colors highlights. We recommend that if you'd like more than one term to be highlighted for each color, separate the terms by a semi-colon. For example, if I wanted the following terms to be highlighted red, I would add the words with a semi-colon between each word, e.g. "Enron; Viper; Contract".

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