How To Compare Companies with Company Dossier

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This function is helpful when you would like to compare up to five companies' assets and liabilities side by side.  
 
This function is helpful when you would like to compare up to five companies' assets and liabilities side by side.  
  
After clicking on the Companies Section:
 
  
# On the Search By Content Type drop-down, Select Company Dossier to navigate to the Company Dossier product. Then, click the Compare Companies tab at the top.
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# On the Search By Content Type drop-down, Select Company Dossier to navigate to the Company Dossier product.  
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# Click the Compare Companies tab at the top.
 
# Type in the names of the companies you would like to compare.  
 
# Type in the names of the companies you would like to compare.  
 
# Click the compare button.  
 
# Click the compare button.  

Latest revision as of 07:50, 12 December 2013


Follow the instructions below to compare companies using Company Dossier in LexisNexis Academic.
Dossier SearchForm1.jpg Dossier Compare.jpg


This function is helpful when you would like to compare up to five companies' assets and liabilities side by side.


  1. On the Search By Content Type drop-down, Select Company Dossier to navigate to the Company Dossier product.
  2. Click the Compare Companies tab at the top.
  3. Type in the names of the companies you would like to compare.
  4. Click the compare button.

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