Blackout supports the ability to create and run Blackout jobs against Native Excel files in your workspace. Creating automated native excel markup jobs is quick and easy and this guide will help you get started right away.
Creating an Inverse Blackout Native Excel Job
Creating an Inverse Blackout Native Excel job in Relativity is very similar to creating a standard Redaction or Highlight Blackout job.
To get started, navigate to the Blackout tab in your workspace and click the New Native Blackout Job button.
To designate that you would like to run an Inverse job - click the Inverse selection on the rule group and enter in the terms that you would like to perform the Inverse redaction on.
Inverse Native Excel jobs only support one rule group per job. However, you are able to enter in more than one rule in the group to run against.
Running an Inverse Blackout Native Excel Job
A Blackout Native Excel Job is run just as an image based job would run. After creating the initial job you can kick off the process by clicking the Run button at the top of the page. The Inverse Job will follow the same process as a standard Native Excel Job. Find out more about running a Blackout Native Excel Job.
Note: At this time, only one inverse redaction can be applied on a document, subsequent
|Multiple inverse jobs on the same document||
Only the most recent inverse job will apply to that document
|Highlight or redact first, then inverse||The inverse job will overwrite the highlight or redaction|
|Inverse redaction first, then highlight or redact||Both the inverse redaction and the highlights or redaction will be applied.|
Check out these articles to create and run a Blackout Native Excel automated job.