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 […]
XpressDox Help Center
Use Google To Find Help Fast, e.g. xpressdox choosefromlist
Press Getting Started in the XpressDox toolbar for basic template development
Watch the tutorial videos
View command help from list of commands
Press F1 for help on a command in the Command Editor
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance
Category: Getting Started
You only have one day left to take advantage of the XpressDox special offer: Introduce a friend to XpressDox, and if he or she downloads a trial version before the end of March 2010, we'll give you a full commercial licence worth $149, as our special gift to you.
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If the friend you introduce downloads XpressDox document automation software before March 31, 2010 you will receive a full commercial licence as a gift from us.
If you’re new to XpressDox Docussembly™, or to document assembly software, you may benefit from looking through this quick start guide. In it we briefly describe what is document assembly, how to create and run a sample template, the Template Author’s Toolkit, and more.
With XpressDox Docussembly™ document assembly software you need only 4 steps to produce a complete document. Why don’t you give it a try? If you don’t have XpressDox Docussembly™ yet, get your FREE! trial today.
If ever you get stuck in XpressDox Docussembly™ document assembly software and don’t know what to do, please remember that help is always close at hand. Here are 6 ways you can get help when you’re using XpressDox Docussembly™: