You can set redaction properties, such as the appearance and the author, and so forth. Only before you apply the redaction can you set the properties.
Right-click the marked area and choose Properties…and the Redaction Properties dialog box pops up. The redaction properties have Appearance tab, General tab and Review History tab.
There are two additional settings one very tab:
- Locked–When selected, prevents any further changes to any redaction properties.
- Set Current Properties as Default–sets the current properties as default.
Redacted Area Fill Color – select a fill color for the boxes that will replace the redacted items.
Use Overlay Text – check this item if you need to display some text or code on the redacted area. You can set the font, font size, font color and text alignment.
Custom Text – check this option and input the text you want to display in the redacted area.
Redaction Code–check this option to select code entries from corresponding code sets.
Add Selected Entry – After selecting a code entry, click this option to add the code entry to the box next to the Redaction Code option. When you select a code entry that has been added to the box, the option changes to Remove Selected Entry to allow you to remove the added code entry from the box.(Tip: You can also add/remove code entries by selecting or unselecting items from the context menu of the marked area.) The names of the code entries you added will appear in the marked area when you put your cursor on the area.
Edit Codes– click it if you need to add, rename, remove, or import/export redaction codes and code sets.
You can change the author and subject of the redaction.
Review History tab:
You can see the history of changes which have been made to the status of a redaction before applying the redaction.
You can also right-click on a redaction and apply redaction codes at the bottom of the context menu: