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Latest Version of Thomson Reuters ProViewTM eReader Platform Launches Globally


March 7, 2012 -

Improved performance and history navigation; now available for Web browsers as well as iPadÒ App.

NEW YORK, March 7, 2012 - Thomson Reuters today announced the global launch of the latest version of Thomson Reuters ProView, the leading professional eReader platform. Currently available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, and soon to launch in other regions as well, the new version of Thomson Reuters ProView adds power and functionality to the first eReader platform specifically built from the ground up for professionals, allowing users to interact with eBooks in entirely new ways.
Thomson Reuters ProView is a first-of-its-kind, professional-grade platform for the delivery and use anywhere, anytime of specialized Thomson Reuters content and productivity tools, including popular legal reference books from Thomson Reuters Westlaw, Sweet & Maxwell, Carswell, and Thomson Reuters Legal, Tax & Accounting ANZ. Its advanced features, such as full-text search, secured notes and annotations, and content updating, are unique in the marketplace. Information on ProView and its numerous legal reference and professional development titles can be found at http://thomsonreuters.com/proview.
In addition to the ProView iPad app, which is downloadable from the AppleÒ App Storesm, Thomson Reuters ProView is now accessible, in certain countries, through Internet browsers, such as Internet ExplorerÒ, FirefoxÒ and SafariÒ. Now those users can have the full ProView experience wherever they are working with their laptop, desktop or iPad.
The latest version of Thomson Reuters ProView includes these features and more:
  • Improved performance
    More effective managing of libraries with large numbers of titles
  • Search term snippets
    Shows search hits in context
  • ""Scrub"" bar navigation
    Move rapidly to different parts of an eBook
  • Links to WestlawNext
    Live links allow U.S. users to view citations through their WestlawNext accounts
  • New sorting options
    Sort according to the most recently read titles in your library
  • Merged view of titles
    View all titles across a user's multiple accounts
  • Copy notes feature
    Copy notes and annotations to another title
  • Spanish and Portuguese term stemming
    Allows search of books in those languages
""We're very pleased with the reception that Thomson Reuters ProView has received in the market since we began its global rollout just four months ago,"" said Bob Schukai, global head, Mobile Technology, Thomson Reuters. ""Our customers tell us they enjoy the mobility and efficiency gains of being able to access key reference materials anywhere, anytime. Customer feedback has been important to our ongoing efforts to improve the platform, and many of their suggestions have been incorporated into this latest version. We look forward to continuing to improve ProView and expand its reach with the addition of new titles, new geographies and ProView content from more Thomson Reuters businesses in the coming months.""
Thomson Reuters ProView is currently available with leading legal reference and professional development titles, including Rules of Court for select states from Thomson Reuters Westlaw in the U.S.; Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice 2012 from Sweet & Maxwell in the U.K.; Practitioner's Income Tax Act 2011 from Carswell in Canada; and 2012 Tax and Law Annuals from Thomson Reuters Legal, Tax & Accounting ANZ in Australia.
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