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.