Managing Pages in Feith

Updated Nov 23, 2019

Feith is designed to be usable and useful. Learn how to remove and rotate pages, as well as how to index documents and search for them later.


Removing Pages

1. From the Feith home page, double-click the batch, bin, or file cabinet that you would like to view.

2. Select Show All.

3. Right-click on the document you would like to delete.

4. From the menu that appears, select Delete Page.


Rotating a page

1. Double-click on the batch, bin, or file cabinet that you would like to view, then select Show All.

To change your view option, select a different view option from the main menu bar.

2. Right-click on the document and a drop-down menu will appear. Scroll down the menu and select the degree you wish to rotate the document by. 

Turn on Quick Rotate mode if you have a lot of documents to rotate.


Indexing documents

You can index documents by sorting through them manually, in batches, and by I-Number.

1. From the Feith home page, select Index! from the main menu bar at the top of the screen.

2. From the window that appears, fill in the File Cabinets - All bar with the file cabinet you wish to place the indexed files into.

3. Fill in the Bins - All with the bin that contains the documents you wish to index.

Choosing Auto Select is the fastest option for Indexing - as soon as you index one document, it will automatically go to the next batch. This is the most common selection. If you only want to index specific documents, select Manual Select - after each document is indexed, it will ask you to select which document you would like to index next.

4. In the window that appears, type in the I-Number of the student pertaining to the document. After typing in the I-Number, right-click on the Name? bar and it will automatically populate with the students name attached to the I-Number.

Any header that has a ? after it is linked to the students record information, and after entering the I-Number, you can right-click on it and it will fill in the information automatically.

5. Right-click on the doc-type? bar and select what type of document you are indexing.

6. After filling in all the requested information, select Index.


Searching indexed documents

Master navigating your indexed documents in Feith by learning how to search for indexed documents.

1. From the Feith home page, select Index! from the main menu bar at the top of the screen.

2. From the window that appears, fill in the File Cabinets - All bar with the file cabinet you wish to place the indexed files into.

3. Fill in the Bins - All with the bin that contains the documents you wish to index.

Choosing Auto Select is the fastest option for indexing  as soon as you index one document, it will automatically go to the next batch. This is the most common selection. If you only want to index specific documents, select Manual Select after each document is indexed, it will ask you to select which document you would like to index next.

4. In the window that appears, type in the I-Number of the student pertaining to the document. After typing in the I-Number, right-click on the Name? bar and it will automatically populate with the students name attached to the I-Number.

5. Right-click on the doc-type? bar and select what type of document you are indexing.

6. After filling in all the requested information, select Index.


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