The Condition field functionality property allows you to define dynamic content
that is either displayed or removed from the final document based on a certain condition.
This webinar also covers this topic in detail.
A condition block is represented by a placeholder in the template and is also called content control (1).
The following step by step description will show you how to insert a condition field
with the DocumentsCorePack Client in your template.
The example below shows a template that contains two conditions fields (if else)
and the result with the one remaining field.
If you are not sure how to get to the insert fields option, please take a look at this article first.
Use the Condition field option
Figure 2: Insert Condition field
Give your condition a descriptive name.
A descriptive name makes it easy to re-use existing conditions in a template.
Configure the setup of your condition fields
Enable or disable the automatic creation of an else block (1).
If an else block is created you can define the layout of the
inserted condition fields (2)(3).
Figure 4: Condition field layout options
Below you can see an example of the two formatting options when using an else block.
The else block is inserted next to each other (1) and below each other (2).
PLEASE NOTE: A else block is always the negated version of your real condition.
You always can identify such an element by the prefix “<!>” before the actual name.
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