“GenDoc” caters for legal firms where the partners use a printed form to hand-write entries into a table using short phrases to define the document to be produced, and what changes are to appear in the text.
You run an establishment that needs to generate volumes of essentially standard documents with customized contents, such as legal proposals.
You would like your lawyers and your transcriptionists to work at full capacity at each end of the cycle.
Authors can work away from the computer
Consistent appearance of all generated documents, better understanding.
Archived history of original data and subsequent changes.
Effortless re-creation of the draft document from the embedded and adjusted source.
Typists work with a 1-page screen rather than wading through a dozen pages of text.
Ability to file a summary record of the document without embellishing phrases.
Flexibility to adapt any source to any document.
Hand-written data as source
Stable form as source document
Original document stored within the document file (but not visible in the document text)
Endless re-generation of a full document from the stored data
Correct only the source data, not the generated document.
Stored data can be printed out
Find-and-replace text substitution for any text string nominated by the operator.
Below is a simple table which loads a boiler-plate document, identifies four different header/footer texts, and makes three text substitutions.
Runs on WindowsXP/Word 2000 or later systems
We provide free assistance with installation and implementation.
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