Display additional spelling
alternatives for the unrecognized
A deeper search takes longer but
produces better possible replacements.
If the button is unavailable, HotDocs is
searching at the deepest level.
Change your spell checking options,
such as which words the spelling
checker looks at and how it
determines whether a word is a
Click Options. (You can also change
your options at the HotDocs Options
dialog box. See Change Your Spell
Working with Assembled Text Documents
Preview the Assembled Text Document
After assembling a text document, you can print the document, send it as an e-mail
attachment, or save it as a word processor file. However, once you perform any of these
actions, the document is no longer associated with HotDocs. That means any changes
you make to the text of the document will not be updated in the answer file or template.
Because of this, it is helpful to preview the assembled document in the assembly window
and make sure the information in the document is accurate before you perform any of the
While the information in the Document Preview tab is shown accurately, the
document may not be formatted correctly, particularly in WordPerfect documents.
To view the actual formatting, send the document to the word processor. (See
Send the Assembled Text Document to the Word Processor.)
Some template providers may not allow you to edit answers or text at the
Document Preview tab. If not, these commands will be disabled.
To preview an assembled text document
1. At the HotDocs library window, select a template and begin the assembly. (See
Assemble a Text or Form Document.)
2. After providing the required answers, click the Document Preview tab. The
assembly window changes to show a preview of the document. By default,
answers that have not been entered are marked with asterisks (for example,
***Employee Name***). You can choose a different unanswered format, however.
See Format Unanswered Variables in a Document for details.
3. (Word users) Optionally, to edit an answer or document text, click the
Fields button, then double-click on an answer field or section of editable text. (See
Edit Answers at the Document Preview Tab and Edit Document Text at the
Document Preview Tab for details.)