Category : Business Examples
An Employment Agreement contract with numbered clauses that can be included or removed based on the data.
Includes page numbers, total pages and an address footer on every page.
This example explained
1) Numbering of the Clauses adjusts automatically
The clauses have been created using a Numbered List.
Some of the clauses are surrounded by Conditional Sections: <<cs_ and <<es_.
For example: 3) Internal Reporting is preceded by <<cs_includeReportingPerson>>.
The data contains: "includeReportingPerson":"false" (JSON example).
In the final document item 3 does not appear. The numbering of the remaining items in the list adjusts automatically.
TRY: changing "includeReportingPerson" to "true".
2) Page Numbering and Footers
The template uses the footer feature of: Microsoft Word or OpenOffice.
In the footer: "Page [Number] of [TotalPages]" has been added using the built-in page numbering features of the template editors.
There is no need to write any code or provide any data to use this feature.
The footer also contains placeholders like: <<branchAddr1>>, which will appear on every page in the final document.
3) Page Breaks
Page 1 finishes with a [Page Break] after item 4.
Item 5 "Salary and Benefits" will always starts on the top of page two.
Using [Page Breaks], instead of inserting multiple [Carriage Returns] to layout a template, results in a document that flows and adjusts logically.