A binder is a bundle of documents that follow the same styling, terminology, etc. It is used to create, for example, an agreement with its annexes.
ClauseBase enables you to customise how clauses and documents in subdocuments of a binder should be referred to.
In a binder, you can choose to add a definition list with all terms used in the entire binder (a global list) or a separate definition list for a specific subdocument (a local list).
Documents or subdocuments can have certain properties, e.g. they can be subject to a condition, they can implement a certain concept etc.
When editing a binder, a "binder" pane will be available in the operations toolbar, enabling you to add or remove subdocuments, edit binder properties,...
Describes how the styling settings are applied to a Binder and its subdocuments.
When working in a binder, you may notice that some (or all) of the documents making up the binder contain a lock symbol. In this example, the document "share transfer agreement" is locked. Locked documents The lock symbol means the document is currently locked, i.e. that its structure...