I have been using some precidents (templates) in a .doc format.
They remind me of my youth, where I dabbled in some QBASIC stuff (very minor word games mostly). What I mean by this is, the precident will be say a paragraph of text, then in blue writing with italics it shows some options that seemingly you can choose.
without notice, the Court made a temporary protection order against [5=Respondent’s full name], the respondent on [6=date of order], which order is now final [7=in whole
OR in part] [8=with modifications OR without modification].# ...
Then later in the text, if the respondent's full name is needed again, it is still used as the number 5 (instead of counting up like it seems the rest of the new fields do) leads me to believe there should be some sort of option in Word or otherwise where I can enter this information once in the text and have them all changed?
I have come across word doc's that ask you questions and fill out the form automatically (like that basic Qbasic stuff....) is that what I could get going?
Cheers for your help guys