Re: conditional text and MS-Word output
* robust conditional text
* ability to ship output files as both PDF and MS-Word
I haven't used it yet, and don't know if it's more complex than you'd need, but SmartDocs is built for conditional text/snippet reuse in word: http://www.thirtysix.net/smartdocs/. (I've been wanting to use it but haven't gotten buy-in from my clients yet.)
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conditional text and MS-Word output: From: Ami WRIGHT
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