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    Conditions 102, a/an and Periods

    Here are two simple Conditions that you’ll use almost every day. Professionalize your documents and save time by automating two decisions: when to use “a” or “an,” and preventing double periods at the end of a sentence. 

    Runtime (HD): 1:47 Posted 10/31/2012
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    Conditions 201, Nested Conditions

    One automated decision is easy, two are interesting, three reflects serious thinking. In just three minutes, this video will teach how to create “smart” documents that complete themselves by thinking the way you do.

    Runtime (HD): 3:13 Posted 10/31/2012

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    Conditions 202, Sections

    Seamlessly include or exclude entire sections, chapters or exhibits from documents based on a single answer or the conclusion of a complete train of logic.

    Runtime (HD): 6:29 Posted 10/31/2012
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    Conditions 203, Rows

    When you’ve created a table, perhaps a statement or bill, or a column of figures within a document, and you want a row to “disappear” when its empty and unneeded, this is how to make that happen.

    Runtime (HD): 4:47 Posted 10/31/2012
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    Conditions 301, Complex Conditions & Smart Answers

    This is the “meat and potatoes” of conditional logic, a survey of TheFormTool’s tools you can use to create elegant and truly intelligent forms. This is the video to watch if your goal is to have the smartest documents in the city, so smart that others will think it’s magic.

    Runtime (HD): 20:40 Posted 10/31/2012
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    Conditions 302, Compound Conditions

    Here’s the Boolean Boogie, the ability to construct logic paths that would turn a Vulcan green with envy. Kids in philosophy classes across the country will be bootlegging papers created with TheFormTool to prove their professors’ pet  theorems. More prosaic users will settle for including or excluding text based on multiple layers of conditions controlled by Compound Conditions using AND/OR/XOR and parenthesis and using Compound Conditions to create Sublists.

    Spock would be proud!

    Runtime (HD): 14:12 Posted 7.15.2013
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