Advanced Dynamic Invoice
Audience: Technical Users
Advanced Dynamic Invoice will take a deeper look into how a dynamic form is structured. Topics covered will include:
- First page defined with a large static header and Remit To tear-off footer
- Overflow page with a smaller static header
- Dynamic column headers, item details, expanded details, optional ad, continued, totals, final
- Calculations for running totals
Anatomy of a Form: Static vs Dynamic, Part I
This video discusses the difference between a static form vs. a dynamic form. It reviews the same form and data using different approaches to the design. In addition, it demonstrates the advantages of a dynamic form, such as allowing variable content and design within a detail section.
Anatomy of a Form: Static vs Dynamic, Part II
This video takes an in-depth look at the Anatomy of a DocOrigin Design document reviewing the core objects that make up a form. Learn which objects are required for a static form vs. a dynamic form. In addition, all options for each core object are covered such as “When do you want the Mandatory option On?” and “When do you want the Allow Split option On?”
Anatomy of a Form: Static vs Dynamic, Part III
In this video, we review the PDFs covered in Part I of this series within the DocOrigin Design Tool. We look at the different data handling for details within a static vs. dynamic form. We will cover a work-arounds for handling a detail comment within a Detail line in a static form as well as how it is handled in a dynamic form.
Anatomy of a Form: Advanced Pane Options, Part IV
In this video, we focus on the Pane options “Layout in multiple columns” and “Allow Break Before and After.”