The ribbon With the launch of XpressDox low code, or version 14, a Manage Interview button has been introduced to simplify the process of sequencing fields on your interview. The sequence of fields on the interview: By default, the interview is constructed in the sequence in which data
This is a consolidated list of all the commands regarding the Interview, along with a short description of each. Click on the command name for a link to a more detailed article. Interview capture: Button Place a button on the interview and set some custom behavior using the OnExitSet
With the advent of The OnExitSet and OnEnterSet Commands, it became possible to have the captions (or footing text or heading text) of a data element in the interview change in response to the user entering data. Getting the features around this to work was not all that easy for
The style (i.e. bold, italic and/or underline) and color of a Caption or Heading can be set to enhance the usability of the XpressDox data capture interview.
XpressDox will create a data capture interview automatically, using the data elements defined on the template. The sequence in which the data elements appear on the interview can be controlled with the CaptureDataElement command, and the Heading and Tab commands can assist with further layout.
You may not want to have to define 3 or 4 or some maximum number of address line data elements, and have the user capture them one at a time, and still provide conditional formatting logic to suppress any empty data elements. XpressDox document assembly supports this by the concept of long text fields.
Often the name of a data element is descriptive enough to for a user to know what to enter when capturing data. But sometimes more help is needed. XpressDox has a number of mechanisms available for the template author to provide the user with help in capturing data, in particular using the Help command.