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Word macros is a commonly employed technology to automate the production of repetitive documents, a practice commonly referred to by a variety of names, including document assembly, document...

Given the relative flexibility of the major BPM suites and HotDocs (the most powerful and flexible of the document generation RAD platforms), an almost infinite number of use cases could emerge....

A common definition for Intelligent Document refers specifically to document assembly templates, such as are commonly built in document assembly (document automation) platforms.

VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) is a powerful scripting language that can build serious functionality into MS Word Macros. Why then is VBA and Macros a poor choice for automating document...

In the mid 1970s, when a group at the Brigham Young University Law School set out to create a software application that would automate the production of rule-based legal documentation, the group...

Word Macros, which can be divided into two groups—simple keystroke macros and conditional macros, or Visual Basic for Applications—are powerful extensions to MS Word; however, Word Macros are...

MS Word Macros is a method by which you can automate a word-processing task that you have to perform repeatedly. MS Word allows for two types of macros, depending on the complexity of the task: (1...

Seth Rowland of Basha Systems has been building document workflow automation solutions since 1996. In a recent issue of “Big Law” by TechnoLawyer*, Rowland proclaims himself to be a “bounty hunter...

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