Join Michael Lazik of the Appellate Division Technical Services Unit for a discussion of 22 NYCRR Part 1245 Attachment A -- the Formatting Requirements for Documents Electronically Filed. Get practical examples and learn about resources on the web you can use to comply with the rules of the court.
PDF/A is an ISO-standardized version of the Portable Document Format (PDF) specialized for use in the archiving and long-term preservation of electronic documents. PDF/A differs from PDF by prohibiting features unsuitable for long-term archiving, such as font linking (as opposed to font embedding) and encryption.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software works with your scanner to convert printed characters into digital text, allowing you to search for or edit your document in a word processing program. Read on to learn more about how to use OCR and the numerous benefits it has over traditional scanning.
File size is a measure of how much data a computer file contains or, alternately, how much storage it consumes. The rules require file sizes not to exceed 100MB for both NYSCEF and Digital Copies.
The Court makes no specific recommendation regarding what products you should use. The included materials are provided without warranty and are meant to give you a starting point with regards to what is possible and how you might go about doing it.
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|Merge or Organize a Document||YouTube (3:29)||YouTube (3:11)|
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