Now you can view up to three Lexis Answers™ Cards from your Lexis Answers results screen, e.g., up to three definitions or three cases that explain the elements of or burden of proof for your issue. In addition, Lexis Advance® integration with Lexis® for Microsoft® Office now includes the Illinois style manual. Increase your efficiency and effectiveness with these enhanced features.
The Lexis Answers feature: Now one question can return three Lexis Answers Cards
Now you can view up to three Lexis Answers Cards from your Lexis Answers results screen, e.g., up to three definitions or three cases that explain the elements of or burden of proof for your issue.
Here’s how it works. Just enter your natural-language question, e.g., what are the elements of abuse of process? The Lexis Answers results include a Lexis Answers Card at the top of the screen. If there are additional Lexis Answers Cards to view, a Next link displays in the upper-right corner of the first results card. Use the link to move among the available results cards. Learn more about the Lexis Answers feature.
Lexis for Microsoft Office now supports the Illinois style manual
If your Lexis for Microsoft Office subscription includes Document Tools, the Illinois state style manual is now available in your citation format options. When you select the Set Cite Format button, you can choose the Illinois style manual.
Of course, you still have access to other formatting styles, including The Bluebook®, California, Florida, New York and Texas. If you use Lexis for Microsoft Office Document Tools via software, download the newest version with access to the Illinois state style manual.
Find out moreSee more details on the latest Lexis Advance release.
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