FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions about our Online Appraisal Software

Does The Loupe run on Windows 7 and 8?
Yes, The Loupe is a web-based platform.

What are the minimum hardware requirements for The Loupe?
The Loupe is a web-based platform. Any PC that can access the internet can run our online appraisal software.

Can I insert pictures into The Loupe?
Yes, you can insert up to six photos per item on your online appraisals.

Can I change the font?
You can change the font size, but not the type.

Can I import my logo?
Yes, the best file format for your logo would be a jpeg. Your imported logo will populate on each page of the document.

Can I plot in The Loupe?
Yes. Our appraisal management software has a plotting program with unique features that allow you to correct a plot, even after you have completed an appraisal.

What types of appraisals can I use The Loupe for?
You can use our online appraisal software for estate, insurance, dissolution, and liquidation. Our system also appraises all types of jewelry, including watches and pearls. Our interface allows you to choose what you are evaluating and provides easy to follow templates.

Can I use a colored gemstone grading system with The Loupe?
The Loupe has preset color grading terms. You can also add your own from whichever system you are using.

Can I use PDF software with The Loupe?
The Loupe allows all online appraisals to be created in PDF format.

Is The Loupe only available by subscription?
No, our appraisal management software is also available for full purchase.

How do I know that the information inputted is secure?
You and your clients both have password protected access to the software. The Loupe is safeguarded by DigiCert SSL socket to prevent unauthorized access to your information.

Will I lose my appraisals if my computer crashes?
The Loupe is a web-based program, so your information will be safe and secure on our server. We back up our server every hour, so you will always have access to your most up to date files.