Today you can sort, navigate and deliver your Lexis Advance® research results more easily to meet your specific needs.
Want your results sorted a specific way?
Perhaps you want to sort by relevance for cases, by date for news or by jurisdiction for secondary materials—every time. Now you can choose sort criteria for each content type. Choose once and that sort order stays, search to search and session to session.
Go to the Sort by: pull-down menu next to your results and select Edit Default Order. (Or start at the More pull-down menu on the black experience bar, select Settings and go to Default “Sort by” Settings.) Either way, it’s one and done. Select the pull-down menu for any available content type and save your changes.
Setting default sort choices from the results list:
Navigate search terms seamlessly from one document to the next.
Select a search term or phrase from the Navigate all terms box at the top of your full-text document. Then use the Previous or Next arrow next to the box to navigate. When you reach the last occurrence of a term in your full-text document, click the Next arrow and move to the first occurrence in the succeeding document. (Click the Previous arrow and move from the first occurrence in a document to the last occurrence in the preceding document.)
Click the Next arrow at the last term hit and move to the first term hit in the next document:
More navigation and delivery enhancements
Go back to the place in the results where you left off. Click Results list as you view a full-text document and return to your last position in the results list: top, middle or bottom.
Select or clear documents for delivery en masse and speed up your delivery. Click All to deliver all documents in the delivery tray or None to clear delivery choices.
One click selects all or clears all:
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