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How To Create A Template

This is a short guide on how to begin creating templates with XpressDox. Before you begin, you should watch the short tutorial videos. The first step is to add fillpoints (questions) to your document which will ask for input when the template is run. Begin with a fairly simple Word document—for example a short agreement […]

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Using verbose Choose commands

Radio buttons and check boxes provide a way of enabling users to make quick choices. The results of these can be either sort, terse text values or can indeed be whole paragraphs.

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The ChooseUsingCheckBox command

ChooseUsingCheckbox. The interview will represent this command as a Checkbox. The values of the data element thus chosen will be ‘true’ or an empty string. For example: <<ChooseUsingCheckbox(PersonIsMale)>> <<When(PersonIsMale = “true”,he,she)>> The command is quite customizable, so another variation could be: <<ChooseUsingCheckBox(Sex,M,F,F)>> <<When(Sex = “M”,he,she)>> In this case the second ‘F’ indicates that the initial […]

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Handling gender

Suppose you have a document which you want to personalise as far as pronouns are concerned. In other words, instead of having “he/she” in many places, you want to have only “he” or “she” depending on the sex of the party concerned. Check how this is done using the ChooseUsingCheckbox command.

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