Folio Bound VIEWS
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What is Folio Bound VIEWS?
Folio Bound Views is another name for the Folio Views software, which was previously distributed by Folio and is now under the distribution of Rocket. The program is meant for finding information offline: it has quick-indexing and search abilities that allow it to process large volumes of text and data (even several GBs worth of it) for efficient data retrieval.
The program is also equipped with user tools for making comments, adding notes to text margins, highlighting sections of data, and other annotation utilities. Annotations such as comments are searchable in themselves, and users can further refine their markup of text by adding bookmarks and even tagging sections.
The program can also save data from the Web: it compresses large amounts of online content and then renders it searchable through the Folio Views data retrieval and annotation functions. The program’s search function is fast enough to deliver results in real time, so users will see all the possible results for what they are typing even as they type it. Searching is also carried out in non-syntax language and can be customized to target a specific area of the information base.
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File types supported by Folio Bound VIEWS
About file types supported by Folio Bound VIEWS
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Last updated: : July 8, 2014