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Viewing Native/Original Files- Mac OS X

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How to view native files for Mac OS X- Browser Google Chrome

1.  Check for software updates and make sure you have the latest version for your Mac (Mac OS X version 10.7.2).
This will avoid problems when opening files within your web browser. We also discuss this topic on Support for Mac OS X page.

Please note that most of Apple plugins and features (e.g. Java Script and inline PDF viewer) are not fully compatible with Google Chrome, therefore, we recommend that you install a second Browser version on your Mac OS X (e.g. Firefox and Safari)

How To Preview Native Documents In Google Chrome Without Leaving Your Browser
 
If you want to preview a document there is a extension on the Mac that allows for the inline viewing of native files in Google Chrome.
1-To view it:
>Type about:plugins in website address box and select ‘chrome://plugins’
>You should see a disabled plugin called 'Chrome PDF Viewer;'.



2- In case you don’t see this plugin and need to install it, please follow the following steps:

>Open Google Chrome and type on the web address bar: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/pdf%20preview?hl=en-US 
>In the results for ‘PDF Preview’ under the 'Docs PDF/PowerPoint Viewer' (by Google) click on 'ADD TO CHROME'
>Install the extension.
3- Close Chrome web-store window and login to your
Lexbe eDiscovery Platform account, open the ‘Browse’ page to view all document within the current case and select any native file document to be opened in a new tab (e.g. .doc/.xls/.ppt document)
4-The native document will automatically open itself in native view using ‘Preview plugin’ from the Google Chrome browser.
Here is an example of a PowerPoint document:


If you want to learn how to view original files -Mac OS X in other browsers, please open this link.