Discusses the styling philosophy of ClauseBase.
It is not encouraged to force bold, italic or underline formatting, because this hampers reusability. But when necessary, you can include special codes in ClauseBase that achieve just that.
How to insert custom-styling for tables
Documents, binders and clauses can have custom styling, i.e. styling deviating from the default styling settings.
A document can have custom styling that deviates from the default styling settings, which is configured in the styling pane.
Overview of the base settings — alignment, spacing, font, borders, background ... — of each paragraph in the document.
Discusses the general structure of a clause in ClauseBase, and compares it to how you draft clauses in Microsoft Word.
Discusses the styling options that apply to defined terms, definitions and definition lists.
Overview of the styling for item lists ("enumerations"), either when those items are on separate lines, or when they are stacked together in a single paragraph.
An overview of the different type of locale style settings.
Wording for cross-references word to use for a 'clause' — Allows you to choose which word ClauseBase uses to refer to other clauses in cross-references.referring to another document in a binder — Allows you to configure how ClauseBase refers to another subdocument in a binder. print clause t...
Overview of the layout-settings relating to a page: page size, orientation, title font and paragraph settings, headers & footers, and PDF files to merge with.
Describes how the styling settings are applied to a Binder and its subdocuments.
Custom styling: where to implement? When drafting a clause, one of the main points of attention is making sure a clause can be re-used in different contexts. Styling is an important part of this. Your colleagues may not want a certain paragraph to show in italics or it may not be suitable in cer...