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Sum – XpressDox

Add up repeating numbers using the Sum() function   To simply add up all the numbers inside a ForEach, you can use the Sum() function as demonstrated below: «ForEach(Invoice_item)» «position()». «Desc»: «FormatNumber(Amount)» «End()» TOTAL: «FormatNumber(sum(Invoice_item/Amount))»

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ToSentence – XpressDox

Convert text into Sentence case   Regardless of the case of the value entered the interview or imported from a database, that value can be converted into sentence case.     Command structure: «ToSentence(Description)» If

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ToTitle – XpressDox

Convert text to Title Case   Regardless of the case of the value entered the interview or imported from a database, that value can be converted into title case.   Command structure: «ToTitle(Title)» “application for

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TrimEnd – XpressDox

Trim characters from the end of a string in your XpressDox template   Command structure: «TrimEnd(Address,’,;’)» The above example will remove a comma or a semi-colon from the end of the value of Address.  

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TrimStart – XpressDox

Trim characters from the start of a string in your XpressDox template   Command structure: «TrimStart(Address,’,;’)» The above example will remove a comma or a semi-colon from the start of the value of Address.  

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UseScript – XpressDox

Use the Script feature in XpressDox to create re-usable pieces of text. Or parameterize scripts in order to create your own functions. First create your script with the «Script» command, and then call that script

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ValidateBeforeShare – XpressDox

When sharing an interview (Document Services) it might be necessary for the sender to input certain fields before sending the interview to the recipient. This is when the ValidateBeforeShare command is important. Command structure: «ValidateBeforeShare(FirstName,LastName)»

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With – XpressDox

This article follows on from the Set command article. The With command allows you to add a condition block around one or more Set commands, and apply the same conditions to those Set commands. Conditions in

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