Formatting functions can be applied to any data element name where the value of the data element is to be included in the resulting text, that is when the data element name would otherwise exist in a Merge Field all on its own, or inside a
The Document Save Folder will be the default folder to which documents produced by running a template will be saved. When a template has been run, the user will be asked to provide a name for the document via a Save File dialog, and at that stage will be able to change the place where the document is saved.
Conditional processing is one of the most powerful features of XpressDox Docussembly™. In particular, this applies to removing empty lines from a merged document. One application of this is removing address lines which contain empty data.
XpressDox has been designed to fill marked-up templates in two general situations: The first is when data is captured and stored as part of an application; and, the second is to assist users who use the system within Microsoft® Office Word to produce standard documents.
Enterprises lose credibility and brand awareness when published documentation is out of date or inconsistent. XpressDox Docussembly™ document assembly makes it possible to ensure consistent use of branded documents throughout the enterprise.
In XpressDox Docussembly™ document assembly software any number of Helper Folders can be configured. A typical example of a folder for which this type of shortcut is defined would be one in which letterheads or other standard templates like fax headers, etc. are kept. In this way these standard templates can be kept separately to the templates that use them.