What is document indexing & how does it help?
Document indexing is the process of extracting key information in the form of text, from a word document, image, PDF file or scanned document. Document indexing allows users to create an easily accessible repository of information related to their documents, such as title, subject, ID, serial number, amount, date, contact information, document status, etc. Users can also use indexing data to locate their documents much faster, by using the data as search keywords or criterias.
How to view or search indexed text in GLOBODOX?
You can view a document’s indexed text by right clicking on the document & selecting ‘Show extracted text’. To search for indexed text, enter the text in the search bar, make sure the ‘Document text’ option in the search column is checked, and click on ‘Search’. The indexed text will be located and highlighted in the containing document.