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  1. Hi cgi, the tabs in the Text Search query results only show the results of the search and not necessarily the words that were used in the search. Check out this link (the logic applies to NVivo 12) which explains how text match settings are used in NVivo: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/deep_concepts/understand_text_match_settings.htm NVivo uses the WordNet lexical database for text-related searches. This link contains more information: http://wordnet.princeton.edu/ ^BM
  2. Hi Luc, check if there are resources here that may help: https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/resources/ There are also NVivo certified trainers that you may check with and see if they can help (they may charge for their services): https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/support-services/customer-hub/find-a-certified-trainer ^BM
  3. Hi Heather, It does not seem possible to get a list of rows IDs related to certain codes unless you have specifically coded the Row IDs themselves to those nodes. Kind Regards, Bhupesh
  4. Hi Daniela, Unfortunately, there does not seem to be way to avoid this in NVivo. Kind Regards, Bhupesh
  5. Hi Agnes, You might want to explore using coding stripes or highlighting. You can use these to show how your file has been coded. You can turn on coding stripes and/or highlighting using the detail view toolbar when your file is open. Coding stripes show small colored bars to the right of your document to show which code a portion of text has been coded to, and highlighting will highlight all of the text that has been coded to a specific code or selection of codes. You can also use queries to explore how your document has been coded. In your case, you might want to tr
  6. Hi DenialCM, PDF files can have different encoding which may affect how NVivo is able to read them. You can try encoding the PDF file using other tools, such as the one suggested above, and see if you able to get a PDF file that encodes the form answers as text. Please then try to import the resulting PDF and see if you are able to code the desired section of the file as text. ^BM
  7. Hi Charles, As Canarik has stated, you should be able to give your file to your colleague and NVivo for Windows will handle the conversion process. If you have any trouble with this, please open a support request with us and we will be happy to help. Regards, Heather
  8. Hi Heather, it is not possible to change the analysis type of a column after the dataset has been imported. ^BM
  9. Hi Anna, annotations or comments that are made to a Word document before it is imported to NVivo are not shown in NVivo. You will need to add the Annotations in the NVivo application manually. ^BM
  10. Hi Niya, we might need to investigate this further. Contact us here with your support request: https://support.qsrinternational.com/s/ ^BM
  11. Hi Anna X, you may use cloud storage services to share project files but your team will have to work on standalone copies of the master project. See option 3 in the following link: https://help-nv.qsrinternational.com/20/mac/Content/projects-teamwork/teamwork.htm Be sure to save the project and then close the project before sharing project files. Also note this advise on working with cloud storage services: https://support.qsrinternational.com/s/article/What-do-I-need-to-be-aware-of-when-sharing-or-storing-NVivo-project-files-in-a-cloud-storage-provider-like-Dropbox ^BM
  12. Hi Heather, you can show the coding stripes for the specific node in the dataset and then print the coding stripes for a dataset. However, the output will be in PDF format. There is currently no facility in NVivo that will allow you to export the dataset with an additional column indicating which node the sections of the row are coded. The Export dataset function also does not have the ability to filter what data to export. You may have to manually do this by showing the coding stripes for the dataset for a specific node and then modifying the dataset file outside of NVivo to retain on
  13. Hi Gina, we'll need to investigate this. Please submit a support request here: https://support.qsrinternational.com/s/ ^BM
  14. Hi Lisa2017, at this stage there is no direct way to import a codebook from Excel. You can add this feature suggestion here: https://nvivo.canny.io/ ^BM
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    Hi, try Compact and then import your project to a blank project. Create a copy of your project to the Desktop follow these steps: 1. Start NVivo with the program icon (not project file). 2. Click the File tab, click Compact Project. 3. The Select Project dialog box opens. 4. Locate and select your project from the desktop. 5. Click Compact. Once the compact completes, merge your project into a blank new project. To do this: 1. In NVivo, create a blank new project. (Start NVivo using the icon in the Applications folder and form the File menu click "New
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