How to Open PTX


A file encoded in the PTX file format contains information called a "transcript." This particular type of electronic transcript file is created using a program called RealLegal E-Transcript and is commonly used in legal settings like courtrooms. If you have a file saved in the PTX file format, the only way you can open it and view its contents is if you have a RealLegal E-Transcript program installed on your computer.

  • Click "Start."

  • Click "All Programs."

  • Click the "RealLegal" folder.

  • Click on the icon for your RealLegal E-Transcript program to open it. RealLegal E-Transcript programs that can open PTX files include Viewer, Manager, Signatures and Reporter Edition.

  • Click "File" and then on "Open" to select your PTX file from your computer and open it in your RealLegal E-Transcript computer program.

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