FileCabinet CS document types

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Documents are pages or groups of pages that are stored in FileCabinet CS and organized into various folders. Images that are copied in as graphics files or scanned directly into FileCabinet CS are also considered documents.

The folders window contains icons that represent various types of documents. The following documents are available in FileCabinet CS. To view document descriptions, click any of the following icons.


Icon Description
Pages from other applications Pages stored in FileCabinet CS from another CS Professional Suite application such as UltraTax CS or Creative Solutions Accounting, or pages that were re-filed from within FileCabinet CS.
Image within the application

This icon represents an image. An image is a graphics file that was copied or scanned directly into FileCabinet CS.

Note: Graphic file extensions supported in FileCabinet CS include BMP, ICO, JFIF, JPEG, JPG, PBM, PCD, PCX, PGM, PNG, PPM, RAS, TARGA, TGA, TIF, and TIFF.

Image group

A collection of images that were copied or scanned directly into FileCabinet CS.

Note: Multi-page TIF files cannot be added to image groups.

OCR image group pending An image group that contains items that were sent for source-document processing and have not yet been retrieved via CS Connect .
OCR image group retrieved An image group that contains items for which source-document processing has been completed but that have not yet been exported to UltraTax CS.
Embedded document Documents that are embedded into FileCabinet CS. Each icon represents the source application for the file. Icons shown are from a PDF file and a DOC file that was created in Microsoft Word.
Pages printed to the application Pages printed to FileCabinet CS using the FileCabinet CS print driver. When the source application can be determined by FileCabinet CS, the icon will represent the logo of the source application (like the Microsoft Word icon shown).
Embedded documents from Web Client Organizer Embedded HTML documents or file attachments that were retrieved with a Web Client Organizer.
Page with notes

Pages that include page notes.

Note: You cannot add page notes to embedded objects

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