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How to save document names separately - advanced settings

The settings of DocumentsCorePack now allows you to configure the "Name" and the "Subject" for the "Document Name" separately. Available vor v5.93 and higher.

Step-by-step description
Write a new, or open a saved document (.docx) with the required content and templates. In this document go to the “”–tab and click on “Insert MailMerge Fields”. The “DocumentsCorePack Task Pane” appears.

To configure the "Name" and the "Subject" for the "Document Name" separately, click on “Advanced Settings …” in the “Template Settings”-tab. See screenshot below, highlighted in yellow/orange:

Figure 1: DCP Task Pane

Following dialog will appear:

Figure 2: Advanced Settings for Document Name

Choose a template for “Name” to define the documents name and a separate “Subject” name for your document. You can add additional information e.g. by typing ‘account number:’+<> the possible result appears as follows:   

account number: 18953

For more information please click here and read our blog article about “Template Settings for DCP (OpenXML)”

Click on [Apply] to continue. Now your Advanced Settings are set.

Figure 3: Advanced Settings 

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To set the relationship to CRM, click to the “” –tab and click “Choose CRM Data”. Following window appears:

Figure 5: MailMerge with Microsoft CRM data

Type in the requested account name and click on “Search” and “Select” an account to continue.
Now your document is CRM-related. To go on, click on the “Create CRM Activity”-button in the “”-tab.

Figure 6:

The following dialog will appear:

Figure 7: WordMailMerge

Now you can see the chosen subject name. In our Case its “account number”. Define the type of your activity and click “OK” to generate your CRM-related activity. If you open CRM and search for the account name chosen before you can see your generated document as a new added activity.

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