How are Turner and Contract Tools similar?
Turner and Contract Tools both include the following features:
How are Turner and Contract Tools different?
Here are some major differences between Turner and Contract Tools:
Do Turner and Contract Tools work with non–English language documents?
Generally no. While some features of Turner and Contract Tools work with documents in any language, Turner and Contract Tools are best suited to documents in English.
Do Turner and Contract Tools send any information over the internet?
Turner and Contract Tools both send information over the internet to validate your license activation and to check for updates. Turner asks whether you want to send diagnostic information over the internet if Turner unexpectedly quits. Turner and Contract Tools never log or share any information about your documents.
Do Turner and Contract Tools work with PDFs?
Turner can import PDFs. Contract Tools works with PDFs that you open in Word, and you can open PDFs in Word 2013 and later.
Do Turner and Contract Tools detect text (using OCR) in PDFs that lack text data?
No, but there are many resources available for detecting text in PDFs. Search the internet for “ocr software” to find many sources of information.
Can I use an activation key to activate Turner or Contract Tools on more than one computer at a time?
No. If you have more than one computer, it’s easy to deactivate Turner and Contract Tools on one computer and reactivate it on another, and you can deactivate and reactivate as often as you’d like. If you forget to deactivate Turner or Contract Tools on one of your computers, you can easily deactivate on computers that you don’t have access to. As an alternative, you can buy a subscription for each of your computers. If there are many people in your organization who want to use Turner or Contract Tools, send an email to email@example.com.
Does Contract Tools work with Word documents that don’t use styles, automatic list numbering, or similar Word features?
Does Contract Tools make any changes to Word documents?
By default, Contract Tools automatically detects the part of your document that you’re most likely to want to analyze, and then saves this information as a hidden bookmark. Also, in Word 2010 and later, Contract Tools saves analysis settings with documents as custom XML data. It’s easy to turn both of these features off.
Do changes that Contract Tools makes to Word documents appear in comparisons (like redlines and blacklines)?
Do changes that I make to Word documents while using Contract Tools appear in comparisons?
Does Contract Tools work with Office 365?
Is Contract Tools compatible with Word for Mac?
No. If you want to use Contract Tools on Mac, consider using VMware Fusion, Parallels, or Boot Camp to install Windows on your Mac, and then using Contract Tools with Word for Windows PCs. Or, consider using Turner.
Is Contract Tools compatible with WordPerfect?
Does Contract Tools work with my document management system and my other Word add-ins?
Probably, but it’s not possible to test Contract Tools with all the document management systems and Word add-ins that are available. The best way to answer this question is to get a free trial. (Litéra LexPro has been reported to cause problems with Contract Tools – here is how to address this.)
Is Contract Tools malware?
No. Contract Tools is not, and does not contain, adware, malware, spyware, or any other junk by any other name. We take our customers’ security very seriously.