Example Templates

Items in an array can be displayed as a comma separated string in a sentence. The examples below describe methods used to cater for the different possibilities of one,…
It’s possible to modify the “looping” features in Docmosis so that the data can be looped through in small groups or steps. The stepping feature can be used with…
Docmosis can help prepare a document for signing using signature services such as Adobe Sign. This example demonstrates how to add a signature field into a template. Using Adobe…
Docmosis can add hyperlinks and mailto links to documents, where the URL can be static or dynamic. With a static hyperlink the URL is known in advance. For a…
See how to combine different page sizes and orientations in a template. These can also be custom page sizes, used for mailing labels, tickets, packaging details, and so on. Docmosis…
The Stepping - Data example showed how data could be arranged into steps or groups of size “N” through the “:stepN” and “:stepNdown” directives – the “N” referring to…
Conditional Sections covered how to add or remove content from the final document. When a conditional section returns false and content is removed, there is sometimes a blank line…
There may be times when you want to include or exclude columns in a table depending on the supplied data. Docmosis allows tables to have conditional columns through the…
The Conditional Columns article covered how to include or exclude columns in a table using Boolean fields and expressions. However, sometimes a column may need to be excluded from…
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