Review and proof the differences

  • Click on the difference in the Difference List.
    It will be highlighted in the Inspection View and outlined in red in the Overview panel. A checkmark gets added in the Difference List to indicate that it has been reviewed.


Assign a level to a difference

There are three ways to assign a level to a difference:

1. Select the difference in the Difference List. Click in the Level column beside the difference in the same panel and select the level.
The color-coded level displays to the right of the difference.

2. Select the difference in the Difference List.
Click the Level drop-down list in the Difference Details panel and select the level. The color-coded level displays to the right of the difference in the Difference List.

NOTE: Hot keys (F1 – F5) may be applied to assign levels. Select the difference and click the appropriate “F” key (see below):

  1. Key: F1, Function: Reporting level - Critical 
  2. Key: F2, Function: Reporting level - Major
  3. Key: F3, Function: Reporting level - Minor 
  4. Key: F4, Function: Reporting level - Ignore 
  5. Key: F5, Function: Reporting level - Non

3. Alternatively, double-click the difference in the Inspection View.
The Difference window displays. Click the Level drop-down list in the Difference window and select the level. Click X to close the Difference window. The color-coded level displays to the right of the difference in the Difference List


To assign a level to multiple differences:

  • Hold down the CTRL key while selecting the differences.
  • Click the Level column in the Difference List or the Level drop-down list in the Difference Details panel, and select the level.NOTE: On a Mac operating system, to assign a level to multiple differences, hold down the COMMAND and SHIFT keys while selecting the differences.


To remove a level assignment: 

  • Select None as the difference’s level. The level no longer displays in the Difference List.


There are two ways to assign a pre-defined comment to a difference:

1. Select the difference in the Difference List. Click the Comments drop-list in the Difference Details panel and select the comment. The comment displays in the Comments text box. A sticky-note icon displays in the Difference List to the right of the difference. 

2. Alternatively, double-click the difference in the Inspection View. The Difference window displays. Click the Comments drop-down list in the Difference window and select the comment. Click X to close the window. The comment displays in the Comments text box. A sticky-note icon displays in the Difference List to the right of the difference.



To assign a comment to multiple differences:

  • Hold down the CTRL key while selecting the differences, click the Comments drop-down list, and select the comment.

NOTE: On a Mac operating system, to assign a comment to multiple differences, hold down the COMMAND and SHIFT keys while selecting the differences, click the Comments drop-down box, and select the comment.

There are two ways to assign a customized comment to a difference:

1. Select the difference in the Difference List, click the Comments drop-down list in the Difference Details panel, and type in the comment. A sticky-note icon displays in the Difference List to the right of the difference. 

2. Alternatively, double-click the difference in the Inspection View. The Difference window displays. Click in the Comments text box in the Difference window and type in the comment. Click X to close the Difference window. The comment displays in the Comments text box. A sticky-note icon displays in the Difference List to the right of the difference.


To delete a comment from a difference: 

  • Click in the Comments drop-down box in the Difference Details panel and select the blank entry. 

To include the selected difference in the report: 

  • Press F11- Or click Include in the Difference Details panel
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