After you click the “Extract” button, the tool will extract clause numbers, versions, and alt designations. The tool will neither extract nor remember any other information you are pasting with your text.
Note: Our tool is capable of extracting FAR clauses from any editable Word, Excel, or PDF documents. If your contract/RFP is a scanned PDF document, you will need to use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to convert it into an editable file.
If you are unable to extract any clauses, see if pasting your text into Notepad first and then pasting it into the textbox will help.
Remember: You are always in control of what information you are pasting into our site; however, whether you only paste the Section I or paste the entire contract or RFP, our tool will only extract clause numbers, versions, and alts -- all other information will be discarded!
Note 1: If the tool is giving an error message that it cannot find any clauses, make sure that your document actually contains FAR/DFARS/Supplement clauses in their proper format (e.g. 52.2xx-xx or 252.2xx-xxxx).
Note 2: If you tool is giving you any other error message after clicking on the Extract button, it is possible that your document is too large -- try pasting only a section of the document (e.g. Section I).
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