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After recently using EVE, you may be thinking there's no way you can make the most of Adobe's digital content management solution. Well, congratulations for trying out the freebie, because it's quite amazing. On further inspection of this program's options, it has no shortage of features, many of which are advanced, particularly in an enterprise environment. As stated before, there are 6 core functions that make up the entire function of EVE. Those functions are Classification, Project Folders, Module/Tools, Archiving, Synchronization, and Security. All 6 will be explained. The Classification Function The first thing you will notice when viewing the Classification function is the large data pane that slides out when a folder is selected. This pane, or data pane, is an object that can have multiple data groups. The data groups can be divided into section groups and item groups. Within each section is a list of the articles that belong to that section. Once this pane is moved to the right of the screen, the items in that section can be listed in a graph view or alphabetically. The Project Folder Function The project folder function is the main function of EVE. All your collected files and digital assets are contained in this module. However, the folders are easily divided into whatever section you desire. From the main screen, you can navigate to any section folder and see its contents in a list view. Once you click the name of a section, the selected folder will then show up in an expanded view of all its contained items. Drag and drop on the folders and items and it will be automatically moved to the target section folder on the fly. The Module/Tools Function The Tools part of the program includes three modules (views). The 3D viewing, article viewing, and file and folder searching modules make up the Tools function of the software. It is very easy to configure how the views are displayed, as there is a tab in each, as well as a fast arrow that pulls up the module's settings. All modules also have a built-in search feature. By searching for items, the software will begin listing relevant items and folders. The three modules that make up the Tools function all have their own settings, so there is very little conflict among them. The Archiving Function The archiving function of the software allows you to create workflow actions that will list your digital files on a CD or DVD. This module is very easy to use and the easy exporting of data makes it a good candidate for a5204a7ec7

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