From this interface we can manage via a web interface all the details regarding the web form that will be finally associated with our original Word template. Whenever we enter the edit page for the first edition we should already find a distribution of fields and options that have been handled automatically by the docusuit_ parser.
We then may:
docusuit_ uses a very convenient drag and drop interface to interchange the order of the different fields of the web form or to include those fields in different groups (logical or for display).
In order to do that we have at our disposal two different interfaces:
The simple view includes the possibility of resizing the field lists so it may be simpler to have an even more clear view in case of really complex web forms.Metadata
This includes all the associated data to obtain a really usable web form that can be displayed in our production website. The options include:
Although this long list may seem a little intimidating at first sight we will see in the following videos that the handling of a standard legal document through docusuit_ is extremely simple:Inserting or deleting fields and groups
Although a correctly tagged Word template will naturally generated a web form with the desired structure it may well happen that because different reasons one may need to introduce new groups of fields or individual fields.
This may be easily done through the docusuit_ web interface in two different manners:
By clicking on the floating web menu on the right of the interface or in the “Ins” button located in the toolbar associated with every web form field one should get the following dialog box:
Here the options are self-explanatory:
This option within the edit page is only targeted to advanced users that may want to include: