This example will take you through how easy it is to convert a Word document into an XpressDox template (using XpressDox v14). First identify the variable text in the document that will become questions in
Learning XpressDox is a bit like learning a new language. It takes a little practice (and patience) to become fluent. Although there are many commands at your fingertips, this article addresses some of the most common ones. Start here and you will be well on your well to authoring great templates!
Learn how to assign keyboard shortcuts to your most frequently used XpressDox buttons using Microsoft’s customizable Quick Access Toolbar. This Quick Access Toolbar is always visible regardless of which ribbon is currently displayed, making it easier to access your favorite buttons.
You have probably come across the terms “data element”, “fillpoint”, “dataset”. This article aims to address in detail what each of the terms mean, and help you understand how all the elements in the document assembly process fit together.
You have already learnt how to mark up a document to be a template so mostly this article is a refresher. But you might also find some additional useful tips!
If you have come from a HotDocs background you might think that the difference between a data element and a variable is simply semantics. However, there are important differences you need to be aware of.
“If I were going to Limerick, I wouldn’t be starting here”, an Irishman told a tourist. Yet it can be like that with the Microsoft file and folder explorers, which often enough open far away from where you want to be. The XpressDox Explorer solves this problem for you.