Generating Reports

Digital evidence can be easily altered, which is why tracking how a file is handled is exceptionally important. CaseGuard logs all work performed on your files automatically.

In CaseGuard, you can generate printable reports that document key information, such as:

  • All file names
  • Tasks performed
  • Logs showing when and how files were modified
  • Metadata

CaseGuard print report

Tools Overview

The View & Print Reports popup has multiple tools you can use to configure your reports.

History
  • Click () to navigate back in history
  • Click () to navigate forward in history
Refresh Tools
  • Click  to stop from refreshing
  • Click to refresh the report so you can see the most up-to-date changes
Pagination
  • Click to navigate to the first page
  • Click  to navigate to the previous page
  • Click the text field to manually enter what page you want to navigate to
  • Click to navigate to the next page
  • Click to navigate to the last page
Printing and viewing Tools
  • Click () to pull up the page setup popup. This will allow you to configure the print settings, such as page orientation, size, and margin settings for your report.
  • Click  to switch between interactive view and print preview.
  • Click to print your report.
  • Adjust the slider to zoom in and out of your document.
  • Use the dropdown to select preset zoom amounts.
Reports

Select between three report settings. Each report can be tweaked using the four formatting tools:

  1. Click File Log to include file logs for your file within your report.
  2. Click  Metadata to to include information about your files’ metadata in the report.
  3. Click to show or hide line numbers in your report, including transcriptions.
  4. Click to show or hide data and time data in your report.
Standard Report:

The standard report automatically generates a report that tracks:

  • All file names
  • Tasks performed
  • Logs showing when and how files were modified
  • Metadata

Using the four formatting tools, you can adjust what data your report includes.

Exemption log

The exemption log generates a report that explains why redactions occurred. This is an ideal report for anyone who has to maintain a chain of custody or who is logging redaction reasons as they work. The report shows:

  • Redaction numbers
  • The type of redaction you made
  • Material withheld
  • Brief explanations for why something was redacted
  • Legal/statutory basis
Transcription

The transcription report will show information about your transcription, including speaker information, line numbers, and file information.

Using the four formatting tools, you can adjust what data your report includes.

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