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Civility in critiquing the ideas of others is no vice. Rudeness in defending your own ideas is no virtue.

Tue 11 Jun 2013, 11:59 AM
The videos will show the Midas Rich Text LSX used to export either a single document or a collection based on formula, view or category, along with an exported view of the collection. Export formats will include HTML, CSV, MHTML, EPUB, EML and more, all including rich text as well as other data.. I wanted to explain in advance that I am not either for or against taking data out of Notes permanently, but I am in favor of high fidelity exports regardless of whether you want a snapshot for a client, a data set result for a salesperson, an archive for discovery or an export for the purposes of taking the data elsewhere. That is our business.

The Offer
I will highlight a number of ways to take data out of Notes, most either requiring or enhanced by Midas V5. For those of you who have bothered to read this far, I also want to extend an offer to you. Those with valid, up-to-date licenses for Midas V4 (either in their first year of free maintenance/upgrades or paid-up on renewals) on the day Midas V5 is released will get both their free upgrade to Midas V5 and the extended Midas Exports license. Those who buy Midas V5 afterwards will have to decide whether they need the Midas Exports license. Without that, there is a limit on how many documents can be bundled in a collection for export to EPUB/MHTML/HTML. So, when you watch the videos, decide whether you want to buy or renew before the offer expires the day V5 is released.

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