How to: create a library clause

There are two ways to create library clauses: Via the Browse Files menuVia the Assemble Document menu  Via the Browse Files menu Go to the Browse Files menu by clickingat the top of your screen. From there, navigate to the correct folder by first choosing the proper library on the...

How to: create an ad-hoc clause

Learn how to create an ad-hoc clause in Assemble Document mode that only applies to a specific document and cannot be reused in other documents.

How to: make a clause repeat

You may want to add a clause that repeats itself, for example for the party descriptions or signature blocks.  Instead of having to add these clauses separately manually, ClauseBase can do this for you by using the "repeat clause" functionality in the advanced tab of the Assemble Document m...

How to: make a paragraph within a clause conditional

When making a paragraph or bullet conditional, always write the number or asterisk that they start off with first, then write the condition.

How to: set clauses as each other’s alternatives

In Assemble Document mode, the alternative symbol shows you which alternatives are available for a given clause. Clicking this symbol gives you a shortlist of available alternatives which you can then insert by simply clicking one. If this symbol is not visible, you must enable it in the docume...

How to: use a shortcut to refer to a concept

Learn how to refer to a concept using a shorter #hashtag.

How to: insert a line break or page break

Line break Line breaks are inserted by using the special code %%. The text after %% will start on a new line. This command will not insert a new paragraph. However, by inserting multiple line breaks a new paragraph can be created. Page break There are two ways you can implement a page bre...

How to: create cross-references

https://vimeo.com/452494104 ClauseBase distinguishes between three different kinds of cross-references: To a clause within the same clause fileTo another clause within the same documentTo a document within the same binder Cross-references within the same clause file 1. Alpha 2. Beta...

How to: add action buttons to clauses

Action buttons are an easy way to allow uses to add pre-selected clauses with one single click. This is particularly useful if you want to allow the user to individually add clauses of a certain category, like in this example. Inserting an Action Button In order to insert an action butto...