Many organizations are required to include pages of legal text and regulation notices as part of a set of documents they share with their customers. The content of these pages may be created outside the organization that is creating the messaging. The “home-created” documents include welcome packets, shipping documents, or loyalty cards. Attached documents created outside the organization include privacy notices, terms and conditions, and product safety warnings. Often, companies must recreate these documents exactly as the originals. This is known as a “light table match.” Instead of adding these pages into document templates, it is more efficient and safer to call them in at production time from the official source, a process called document “stitching.” Experts regard stitching as a best practice for producing external boilerplate documents.