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A Note on Formatting

This guide uses different text formatting to highlight different key terms and Process Director objects.

This guide uses different text formatting to highlight different key terms and Process Director objects. The following formatting conventions will be used.

  • Control Label: This format will identify the text labels that refer to controls in Process Director. Example: The Name text box.
  • UI Element: This format will identify user interface elements such as buttons or tabs that perform interface operations. Example: the Submit button.
  • Formal Control Name: This format will identify named Process Director controls, usually in the context of an eForm template. Example: A Section End control.
  • Process Director Object: This format will identify named instances of Process Director eForms, Process Timelines, Knowledge Views, etc. Example: The Travel Expense Approval Process Timeline.
  • Key Terms: This format will identify key terms and concepts introduced into the text of the document, and which are important to learn. Example: A Process Timeline activity may have a dependency on other activities.
  • Code: This format will identify formulas or other user-entered programmatic inputs. Example: Type the following formula: AirFare + Lodging.

Hopefully, the use of these formatting conventions will make it easier for you, the reader, to determine what types of objects the text refers to.

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