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Wed 19 Jun 2013, 03:37 PM
This is the first in my new series, Out Of Notes, which shows how the Midas Rich Text LSX can be used to take data out of complex, structured Notes documents and use it elsewhere. Whether a company needs to send small snapshots of documents usable outside of a Notes environment, or needs to export all of its data to an external system such as Sharepoint, they need the data in some different format. Midas allows high fidelity, flexible exports in a variety of formats. The one shown here is the Microsoft Web Archive format (*.mht), which is only visible in Internet Explorer, but which is a very handy single file format containing images, formatting and data together. Future videos in the series will show exports to structured columnar formats such as .csv, ePublishing formats such as EPUB, word processing formats such as MS Word and display formats such as HTML. In addition, the ability to create collections based on selection, view or formula and tied together with exported views will also be shown.
Note: Accurate closed captions have been provided, and if English is not your first language, you might want to turn on the auto-translate.

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