This blog article outlines how to create custom translations for DocumentsCorePack ServerBased (DCP SB) dialog. Per default English and the user language is available.
Requriements: DocumentsCorePack ServerBased for MS CRM 2013 (former AutoMerge), basic .xml knowledge and the AutoMergeGlobalButton Solution v2013.42 or higher
Please note: This article applies toDocumentsCorePackServerBased Document Generation & Processingfor MS CRM 2013, 2015 and MS CRM 2015/2016
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This blog article outlines how to use the MS Word Restrict Editing-functionality. It supports restricted editing for the whole document, as well as editing specific paragraphs of the document only. Please note: The functionality works with merged documents as well.
Requirements: DocumentsCorePack for MS CRM
This blog article explains how to configure a printer service for DocumentsCorePack Server Based (DCP SB) Online on www.mscrm-addons.com.
Requirements: DocumentsCorePack Server Based Document Generation (former AutoMerge)
This blog article explains how to build an address block and format it properly with DocumentsCorePack for MS CRM 2013 templates (.docx). With the DocumentsCorePack Field Properties-functionality, users can easily format every address line and define specific line behaviour if the information was not stored in CRM.
Requirements: DocumentsCorePack (DCP) for MS CRM 2013
This article outlines how to add the DocumentsCorePack (DCP) [Create Document]-button for MS CRM 2011 to your form.
Requirements: DocumentsCorePack for MS CRM 2011, Ribbon Workbench for CRM 2011
This blog article explains how to install DocumentsCorePack for MS CRM on a terminal server for CRM Online.
This article outlines how to hide the [Create Document]-button for specific entities.
Requirements: DocumentsCorePack ServerBased (DCP SB)
This article outlines how to prepare DocumentsCorePack (DCP) for MS CRM 4 for an upgrade to CRM 2011 or CRM 2013!
This article outlines where to find the Settingskeys for our products in MS CRM 2013/2015.