You can redact text from a transcript without affecting the page numbering. When text is redacted, labels are assigned in place of the redacted text (for example, Highly Confidential or Confidential Attorney's Eyes Only). Other options include:
The capability to add new redaction labels.
The capability to delete redaction labels.
The capability to change the look of the brackets surrounding redacted text.
Use the following procedure to redact text from a transcript:
Click the transcript you want to edit.
Click the Edit E-Transcript button (). The E-Transcript Editor opens.
Verify that the Redaction toolbar is displayed; if it is not, display it; click the View menu, click Toolbars, and, if it is not checked, click Redaction. The Redaction toolbar appears.
Click the Redaction Cursor button (). The Redaction Labels drop-down list becomes active.
You have the following options:
Click the Redaction Labels drop-down list to select an appropriate label, for example, Confidential.
To add a new label, highlight the displayed text and type new text.
To delete an existing label, click the drop-down list to select a label, click the right button on your mouse, and then click Delete.
Locate the text you want to redact and then press the left mouse button while dragging the cursor over the text.
Release the left mouse button. The text is replaced with the redaction label.
Note: If you are simply testing how this works, press Ctrl+Z to undo the redaction.