The original article regarding inserting documents with variable names was written way back in 2009. Since then, as a result of further maturing of XpressDox, some really useful innovations have been added. In particular, if there are data elements whose values are set very early in the process (in fact before step 1 in The […]
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An entire template file can be inserted into the document using the <<IncludeTemplate>> command. The included template can contain Fillpoint definitions and even issue further IncludeTemplate commands. It is treated thereafter exactly as if the contents of that included template had been typed directly into the including template. Example: The description of the parties is: <<IncludeTemplate(PartyDescription)>> The […]
When including part (or all) of one document into another, which is the basis of the
InsertDocument commands, there is always an issue about what formatting (styles, fonts, etc.) should be applied in the resulting document. XpressDox provides three options for this.