Upload Documents to Websites Directly from NetDocuments
IP Court Filing
This is a weird name, but in NetDocuments defense, I don’t know what else to call it. Prior to this, if you wanted to upload documents to a website, like filing documents to a court, you would need to download the document to your desktop, and then upload it to the website. NetDocuments did not have the ability to intercept the upload button, so you could only upload documents on your computer. It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but I got so many complaints about this, that I finally had a 1-hour long session with the NetDocuments Developers about it. Guess what? NetDocuments fixed the issue. Now when you click on upload on a website, ndOffice pops open and you can choose a document from NetDocuments. What’s even more impressive is NetDocuments gives you the option of converting the document to a pdf.
This feature does not install automatically.
Step 1: Restart your computer
Step 2: Go to Control Panel –> Programs and Features
Highlight NetDocuments ndOffice and click Change
Step 3: Click Next
Step 4: Click Change
Step 5: Add the IP Court Filing Feature
Step 6: Close Google (if you have chrome on your pc)
Since NetDocuments is integrating with your web browser, you will need to have it closed. Google chrome tends to run in the background so you will need to close it. Right click on Google Chrome in the system tray and select exit.