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Xerox Elixir AppBuilder for VIPP Software User Guide PDF

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JDTs work with a data file to produce a document on any PostScript device (printer, viewer or FAX) that has Xeroxs VIPP software installed... The data stream can contain callouts to PostScript printer resources (forms, fonts, logos) and to Xerox resources (JDTs), or the resources can be embedded in the data stream... A VIPP interpreter processes the data stream to produce a document...

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This guide is intended for users familiar with Microsoft Windows, Elixir Desktop and Elixir Forms Editor; and Xerox printing resources... Users should have access to Xeroxs Xerox Generic Format Reference Manual... See the on-line documenta- tion for more detailed information on the procedures described in this document...

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Your software comes with an ElixiKey, a parallel port key connector... This is a hardware enabler which you connect to the LPT1 parallel port of your PC... It does not affect the performance of any devices connected to your PC*... Your supplied ElixiKey must be connected to enable installation and to save files...

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AppBuilder for VIPP follows Microsoft Windows conventions for using menus, menu commands, dialog boxes, command buttons, icons and a mouse... See your Windows manual for more information...

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Chapter 1, "Introduction," provides an introduction to Elixirs AppBuilder for VIPP, describes the contents of this user guide and explains the installation process, as well as how to start and exit AppBuilder for VIPP...

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Chapter 6, "AppBuilder for VIPP menu bar", provides information on AppBuilder for VIPP's main menus and sub-menus, and the options they contain... The Data File and ElixirViewer windows and their features are also documented...

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You can verify that AppBuilder is installed by clicking on the [Start] button in the Taskbar, selecting [Programs] and then [Elixir Applications] (or other name if you changed the default)... An Elixir AppBuilder for VIPP shortcut should display in this folder...

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In any operating system, from the Elixir Desktop (if installed), double-click on the Elixir AppBuilder for VIPP icon, or double-click on an Elixir PageDef or FormDef resource file in the Jobs folder, Elixir Data Jobs or Elixir Document Jobs folders...

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This chapter walks you through the steps required to create a single VIPP Job Descriptor Ticket (JDT) file using Elixirs AppBuilder for VIPP... Using an Elixir-sup- plied form, you will learn to:

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The Document and Media windows display at the bottom of the Work area...

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You can add multiple Pages to a single AppBuilder for VIPP Document... When JDT conversion occurs, each Page becomes a separate JDT file...

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Note: If ATM fonts are not installed on your machine, the Face Name field is empty... In this case, close the Select ATM Font dialog box and perform steps 8- 9 by selecting [True Type]...

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2... Drag the Field to the upper left corner of the Form (approximate coordi- nates are X=750, Y=280), center it in the empty box, and release the mouse button...

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Manual positioning - entering X and Y coordinates 1... Select the second added Record and right-click...

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Displacement/Horizontal - 318 - setting a horizontal displacement value offsets each successive Record by the amount specified in the previous Record...

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16... Drag the Field to the Form and drop it into the upper left corner of the large solid box under the R2/Field1 column heading (approximate coordi- nates are X=150, Y=630)...

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Short name - CND1 - this is the Record Criteria Definition identifier that will be placed in the SETRCD and FROMLINE statements in the JDT file...

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13... Map each Field to the Work area, with one Field per column, starting in the column under R3-8/Field4...

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See your Xerox Generic Format Reference Manual for more information on steps 4-6...

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To view the AppBuilder for VIPP main screen, start the program as described in the Introduction chapter or double-click on the Elixir AppBuilder for VIPP icon on the Elixir Desktop (if installed)...

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A form created with AppBuilder for VIPP is the static (or boiler plate) component of a print job and contains elements such as lines, boxes, text, and images... App- Builder for VIPP allows you to see each static form element as you add or revise the element...

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If you are using forms that were created in a version of ElixirForm prior to version 3... 00, you can select to maintain the original boxed text formatting or use the new Windows method of box text formatting... You can also select to maintain the origi- nal color mode or select a new color mode...

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Object Filters Select an option to display its associated object in the template, or deselect the option to hide the associated object...

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Forms are created using lines, paths, boxes, circles, text and images - collectively called form elements... You can easily apply different attributes and properties to any element by selecting Toolbox options... Elements can be placed anywhere on the form, creating a unique form to fit your needs...

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To shift form elements, hold down the <Ctrl> key and use the arrow keys to shift the elements up, down, left, or right... You can also use the direction keys (without the <Ctrl> key) on the numeric keypad if <Num Lock> is engaged...

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You can load a form into the Work area without replacing the contents of the Work area... This allows you to save portions of a form, such as standard form headers and footers, and use these form pieces as part of a new form... See the "Saving form groups section in this chapter for information about saving a form group...

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If you plan to convert your form to other formats you should save the form with a maximum six-letter file name... Longer file names are truncated upon conver- sion and could result in overwriting existing files...

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3... Enter a new directory to move the file or enter a new file name to rename the file, then click on [OK]...

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User defined shading patterns Select [No] to use standard shading patterns, or [Selected] to enable the [Shading] button and select a pattern file from the Select Shading Table dialog box... The shading table name displays in the [Selected Table] option...

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Create as Macro/Macro ID number Select, then enter a value in [Macro ID number] to store your form on the printer for future use...

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This chapter provides a detailed description of the Toolbar and its options... The Toolbar displays across the top of the Work area and contains the following options:

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Ruler measure Select the unit of measure for display: [Inches], [CM], [MM], [Dots], or [Points]... Your selection sets the global measurement units used for both form and Document (JDT) design...

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For example, if [Grid units] is set to 8... 00 per 1 inch for the horizontal set- ting and 6... 00 per 1 inch for the vertical setting, the horizontal graphic ruler displays 8 divisions (grid units) per inch and the vertical graphic ruler dis- plays 6 divisions (grid units) per inch...

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To zoom out on (reduce the magnification of) the Work area, click on the [-] button on the left side of the Zoom icon in the Toolbar... The lowest reduction is [-8x]...

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Select this option to check the spelling in the active form... Data elements are not spell checked... See the "Text operations" chapter for more information on spell checking...

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Select this option a second time or immediately select Edit>Undo to exclude the Document layer from editing... This locks the data in position and allows you to modify form elements without disturbing the data...

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Select a tool to display the options for that tool in the Toolbox... A short description of the tool displays in the Message panel, and the Preview panel displays your option selections...

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Select one or more options to exclude the corresponding element from group options such as moving or deleting... Select the option(s) a second time to turn the filter off... See the "AppBuilder For VIPP basics" chapter for information on group- ing elements...

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(Highlight color) Select a box border color from the palette in the Color dialog box that displays and click on the [Close] button... The selected color displays in the bottom half of the icon...

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When you click in the Work area to add a path, you are in Draw mode... When you complete a path, select this option, double-click in the Work area or right-click in the Work area to toggle to Done mode... You can then draw another path or switch to another drawing tool...

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(Black-and-white, Highlight color, Full color) Select a shade pattern from the Pat- tern dialog box that displays... This pattern applies each time you draw a new closed path, until you change it using the same procedure... Select the Hollow pat- tern for no shading...

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Specify a value (in dots) by clicking on the up or down arrows or click in the numeric display box and enter a value (maximum 99 dots)... Specify [0] to apply an invisible border to a shaded box... Unshaded boxes must have a border width of [1] or higher...

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(Black-and-white, Highlight color, Full color) Select a shade pattern from the Pat- tern dialog box that displays... All boxes you draw contain this shading until you change it, using the same procedure... Select the Hollow pattern for no shading...

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Specify a value (in dots) by clicking on the up or down arrows or click in the numeric display box and enter a value (maximum 99 dots)... Specify [0] to apply an invisible border to a shaded circle... Unshaded circles must have a border width of [1] or higher...

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Wraps text between the boundaries set in the {Column Width] option... You can also select the [Box Text] option to draw a visual box on your form to contain the text... Select this option when text is justified...

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Specify a vertical lines per inch (LPI) value by clicking on the up or down arrows or click in the numeric display box and enter a number... <Ctrl>-click to increase/ decrease the value by 1... 0... This value affects the current block of text and any subsequent blocks of text entered using the same font...

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Select this option after selecting the [Box Text] option to define column boundaries for text by drawing a visual box in the Work area... Place the cursor in the Work area and press and hold down the mouse button... Drag the box that displays and release the mouse button at the bottom right of the box... This box does not print...

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[-] - displays the Replace font, Select True Type fonts, or Select ATM fonts dia- log box... Select a font(s) to remove it from the current Font List, then click on the [DEL] button... If the font is in use on the form, you are prompted to select a replacement font from the Replace Font dialog box...

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The Image toolbox allows you to add Elixir-format images (... LP3, ... LW8) or bitmaps (... BMP) to a form... The screen version of an image has a ... LW8 extension, while the printer version of an image has an ... LP3 extension... See the "Images" chapter for more information on the options described below...

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Enter the number of times to repeat the current Record (and its Fields) in the associated Page... Specify a value by clicking on the up or down arrows or click in the numeric display box and enter a number... The VIPP processor reads succes- sive data Records (up to the number specified) and applies the same formatting to each one when Repeat is specified...

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Specify the number of bytes to process, beginning with the Field's starting byte, by clicking on the up or down arrows or click in the numeric display box and enter a value...

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The AppBuilder for VIPP menu bar contains the File, System, Window, and Help menus... Select a menu or sub-menu to display its options, then select an option from the pull-down menu...

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Set the date when the current Document changes to PRODUCTION status in the Release Document dialog box that displays... Once the date is set, the Document is saved to the database and that version of the Document cannot be edited...

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This options in this sub-menu allow you to import or export a Document and/or Media as a backup or archived copy... Exporting creates a new set of database files under the selected subdirectory... Multiple Documents and Media can be exported to the backup/archived database...

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Font Mapping File Enter the path for the font mapping table used for JDT conversion or select one from the Font Mapping File dialog box that displays from the [Select] button... The default table is \ELIXIR\PSSTASH\VIPFONT... MAP...

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For example, if there are four Pages in the Document tree and ELIXIR is entered as the output file name for the first Page, it is renamed ELIXIR01... The next three Pages are then name ELIXIR02, ELIXIR03, and ELIXIR04 respectively...

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Select a form template to load onto the current form in the Load Form Template dialog box that display... The template is only a visual guide for designing new form elements around... It does not become part of the form when the form is saved...

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AppBuilder for VIPP also supports Adobe's PDFWriter printer driver... If you have Adobe's PDFWriter printer driver installed on your PC, you can convert your form to PDF format by selecting [PDF ON FILE:] from this window... When you select this option, you are prompted for the directory and file name...

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Autogen Output Name Displays when [Print to File] is selected... Outputs the print (... PRN) and font (... FON) files into the drive:\ELIXIR\PRINTS\ subdirectory with the same stem name as the Elixir file (... ELX)...

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Autosave Enter a time interval from 1 to 9 minutes in the Save interval field to auto- matically save your currently active form... The back-up form is saved as AUTOBACK... ELX in the default forms directory...

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Tags Directory Enter the directory for tag files (... TAG)... Tag files are used with DocuTag when external tag files are called within a form... The default is drive:\ELIXIR... See your Elixir DocuTag for AFP manual for more informa- tion...

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Displays the Document window... Select this option a second time to hide the Doc- ument window...

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All of the objects associated with the selected Page (Records, Fields) are added to the active Document definition... Adding a Page from the library causes a unique copy of the Page definition to be created within the existing Document definition...

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All of the objects associated with the selected Records (Fields, conditions) are added to the active Document definition... Adding a Record from the library causes a unique copy of the Record definition to be created within the existing Document definition...

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All of the objects associated with the selected Paper (Sheets, forms) are added to the active Media definition... Adding a Paper from the library causes a unique copy of the Paper definition to be created within the existing Media definition...

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All of the objects associated with the selected Sheet (forms) are added to the active Media definition... Adding a Sheet from the library causes a unique copy of the Sheet definition to be created within the existing Media definition...

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The options in this menu provide an alternate way to activate the Toolbox for the tool selected: Select, Line, Path, Box, Circle, Text, Image, Frame, Record, and Field...

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The options in this menu provide an alternate way to activate the Toolbar options: [Graphic Ruler], [Grid Display], and [Long Crosshair]...

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Status Info Begin Date Displays the production starting date set in the Release Document dialog box... If the Documents status is set to [Test], the last-saved date displays...

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Select GEM form display defaults in the GEM Forms Load Defaults dialog box that displays... Options in this dialog box may or may not display, depending on the Color Mode selected...

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Form size Select the size and the orientation of the form... The width and length of the form display in the unit of measurement specified in the Units of Measure field...

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If you change the size of an existing form, some form elements may extend beyond the form boundary... If this happens, the Objects Off Page dialog box displays when you click on [OK]...

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Long Page Comments Enter comments for the form (maximum four lines with 60 characters per line)... Use the mouse to move to another line or any place within the com- ments box... Comments are saved with each form until they are changed or deleted...

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Text Tab Length Enter the text tab length... Tab length is based on the width of the space character in the active font... The default setting is 5... The tab length setting applies to all tabs on the current form (including those previously

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[Separate paragraphs] - Places imported text blocks at different loca- tions on the form... Paragraphs separated by two carriage returns cre- ate separate blocks that you can place separately if the [Lock position] option is not selected...

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Text File Select a text file from the drop-down list that displays... Most users should select [T100ANSI]... If you are using an Eastern European ver- sion of Windows, you should select [T10EEURO]...

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Windows Select the setting from the drop-down list that displays... Most users should select [T100ANSI]... If you are using an Eastern European ver- sion of Windows, you should select [T10EEURO]...

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[Edit] - edits entries in the selected dictionary... Select [Add], [Delete], or [Replace] to perform the appropriate action for the word displayed in the Edit word field in the Edit Personal Dictionary dialog box that dis- plays...

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After a screen refresh, lines and boxes that overlap may not display or print in the "front to back" order in which they were drawn... For example, a shaded box drawn on top of an existing line may display with the line on top of the box after a screen refresh... This is due to the method of resorting a page (from top left to bottom right) that is required by certain printers...

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If you want the line to snap to grid mid-points as well as to grid points, select [Half Grid] in the Grid Snap to field of the Grid Setting dialog box...

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The screen pointer changes to a hand... If it does not, the line may be too small... If this happens, press and hold the <Ctrl> key as you move the cursor over the line...

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To change the attributes of multiple lines, <Shift>-click on each line or use the group feature described in the "AppBuilder basics" chapter...

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2... Click in the [Current Object Start Coordinates] area of the Toolbar...

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When you select the [Sticky Lines] option in the Select/Edit toolbox, lines that touch remained attached to one another when either line is moved... Lines attached to box sides also remain connected when you resize the box... When the [Sticky Lines] option is not active, moving a line or resizing a box may separate it from a previously connected line...

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If you want a box or path to snap to grid mid-points as well as to grid points, select [Half Grid] in the Grid Snap to field of the Grid Setting dialog box...

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The screen pointer changes to a hand... If it does not, the shape may be too small... If this happens, press and hold the <Ctrl> key as you move the cursor over the shape...

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To change the attributes of multiple shapes (of the same type), <Shift>-click on each shape or use the group feature described in the "AppBuilder basics" chapter...

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4... Select the number of copies (between 1 and 99) by clicking on the up or down arrows, or click in the numeric display box and enter a number...

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3... Backspace over the current values or press the <Del> key to delete the whole number...

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You can create text using either Elixir-generic or screen fonts, TrueType fonts, or ATM fonts... You can insert text either by entering text directly from the keyboard or by importing text from an ASCII file...

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AppBuilder For VIPP allows you to import ASCII text, one block at a time, from the directory specified in the Filing Options dialog box... The default directory is drive:\ELIXIR\TEXTS...

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When you import an ASCII file, the complete file attaches to the cursor for posi- tioning unless you select the [Lock position] option in the Text and Font Options dialog box... When text is locked, the text file attaches to the previous cursor posi- tion in the Work area...

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This box is not the same as a box you draw using the Box tool... It is used only as a visual aid for defining the column width and height for a text block...

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When the [Box Text] option is deselected, you can enter free text... Free text is bound by the width and height of the form or by the width and height specified in the [Column Width] and [Column Height] options... If you use the [Column Width] and [Column Height] options, make sure you select [Wrap Text]... When entering free text, press <Enter> to move to a new line...

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3... Select the font you want to add, (and font characteristics, if applicable) then click on [OK]... To multi-select fonts, <Ctrl>-click on subsequent fonts...

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2... Enter a new file name to save a custom Font List with a unique name, or enter an existing file name to overwrite the existing Font List...

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To change the properties of a text block, you must first select it... When editing text, the name of the font used to create the text is highlighted in the Font List window...

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When changing the font in this manner, AppBuilder adds a hidden control charac- ter just before the changed text... The character contains font information, and you can delete it by placing the cursor at the beginning of the changed text and press- ing <Del>... Deleting the control character changes the text back to its original font...

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You cannot replace a font with a font that is already in use on the form... If the replacement font is not currently in use on the form, all occurrences of the font are replaced by the replacement font...

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If you cannot click on the current object coordinates, make sure the text block is selected, then right-click...

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<Ctrl>-click on the up or down arrows to increase or decrease the value by 10... You can also backspace over the value and enter a new value from the key- board...

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2... In the Find Text field, enter the characters decimal value (from the Win- dows character mapping table), then click on the [Find] button...

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Once you start a Find session, you can press <Ctrl> + <F3> to find the next occurrence of the target text; and <Ctrl> + <Shift> + <F3> to find the previous occurrence of the target text...

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AppBuilder For VIPP allows you to add data tags for use with DocuTag or Data- Merge, if installed... See your DocuTag User Guide or DataMerge User Guide for more information...

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[Provide Alterns... From Personal Dictionary] - provides alternative words from active personal dictionaries after alternatives from the active data- base are retrieved

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If Spell Checker does not recognize a word, the Spell Check dialog box dis- plays... The unrecognized word displays in the Edit field, and if applicable, an alternate word displays in the Guess field...

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<Ctrl> + <Home> - cursor moves to start of text block

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<Ctrl>+<Shift>+<F3> - Find Selected (reverse)

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Screen versions of images are stored in the drive:\ELIXIR\PICS\SCREEN direc- tory with ... LW8 extensions, and printer versions of images are stored in the drive:\ELIXIR\PICS\PRINTER directory with ... LP3 extensions... You can only edit images using ElixiGraphics software... See the ElixiGraphics User Guide for more information...

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The screen pointer changes to a hand... If it does not, the image may be too small... If this happens, press and hold the <Ctrl> key as you move the cursor over the image...

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Specifying a fixed distance between multiple copies To specify a fixed horizontal and/or vertical distance between multiple element copies:

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If you cannot click on the current object coordinates, select the image again, then right-click...

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When only a Document is loaded (the Media window is closed), Pages display with the 0,0 origin in the top left corner of the Work area... To set physical sheet dimensions, select Options>Proofing Properties... The Document window displays below the Work area and displays the Document tree... See the "Adding objects to the Document tree" section for more information...

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The Document tree displays below the Document Toolbar and provides a hierar- chical breakdown of the elements in the current Document... See the "Adding objects to the Document tree" section for more information...

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Adds a Page to the Document tree... Each Page defined in an AppBuilder docu- ment corresponds to a single Job Descriptor Ticket (JDT) definition... Multiple Page descriptions can be defined in a single Document... Each Page becomes a single JDT file when converted to JDT format...

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Adds a condition entry to the currently selected Field in the Document tree... Each condition is written as a Record Criteria Definition statement in the JDT...

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Short Name Enter a name for the Page (maximum 8 characters) or use the system- supplied name that displays... Select the Use Page Name field in the Export VIPP dialog box at conversion time to use this name for the JDT file name...

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Connected Paper Use Paper Dimension Automatically posts the physical sheet dimensions from the [Connected Paper - Name] option into the [Logical Page Dimension] option entry boxes...

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Edit RGB Displays the Color RGB Editor dialog box... Move the slider next to the RGB values or click in the numeric display boxes and enter a value between 0 and 255 to alter the color... Click on [OK] once the desired color displays in the [Result] area... (for future implementation)

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[Prefixed] - data Record contains a unique identifying key; enter a character value (maximum 10 characters) for the key in the [Prefix] option that displays; creates an VIPP RPEKEY statement when the document is converted to a JDT

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Alignment Align Select a Field alignment position from the drop-down list that displays: [Left], [Right], [Center], [Justify], [Left/Strip], [Right/Strip], [String], or [Show On]...

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Edit RGB Displays the Color RGB Editor dialog box... Move the slider next to the RGB values or click in the numeric display boxes and enter a value between 0 and 255 to alter the color... Click on [OK] once the desired color displays in the [Result] area... (for future implementation)

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Conditional logic is available only at the Field level... A condition must be added for each unique test performed on a Field... AppBuilder conditions correspond to VIPP Record Criteria Definition statements...

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Start Enter the position (in the data Record) of the starting character of the Field being tested... This value usually is the same as the offset value used in the Field that the Condition applies to...

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THEN Color Edit RGB Displays the Color RGB Editor dialog box... Move the slider next to the RGB values or click in the numeric display boxes and enter a value between 0 and 255 to alter the color... Click on [OK] once the desired color displays in the [Result] area... (for future implementation)

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selecting the appropriate option in the Document Toolbar; for example, select- ing [+P] adds a Page to the Document that contains the currently selected object

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- If the selected object is of the same type or lower in hierarchy than the new object, the new object is added after the selected object...

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To view the properties of an element in the Document tree, select the item you want and right-click or select [i] from the Document Toolbar... Elements available for viewing include Documents, Pages, Records, and Fields...

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AppBuilder for VIPP allows you to visually locate a Document tree object in the main Work area...

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When a Media is loaded, Media formatting applies to the Work area and displays the exact physical sheet layout... The Media window displays below the Work area and displays the Media tree... See the "Adding objects to the Media tree" section for more information...

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The Media tree displays below the Media Toolbar and provides a hierarchical breakdown of the elements in the current Media... See the "Adding objects to the Media tree" section for more information...

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Adds a Paper to the Media tree... All of the formatting parameters specified in the Paper are applied to the Work area... Whenever you add a Paper, a Sheet is auto- matically placed below it...

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Offset values specified in the Sheet Properties dialog box only affect the form display... Offset values for the actual form must be applied when the you convert forms from Elixir format (... ELX) to VIPP format... See your Elixir Forms Editor Desktop User Guide for more information on convert- ing forms...

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Presentation Inverse Prints pages in inverse portrait or inverse landscape mode, depending on the orientation selected in the [Presentation] option...

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Page Shift Front/Back Enter the horizontal and vertical (positive or negative) offsets for the front and back sides of the physical sheet of Paper... Set units of measurement in the Form Properties dialog box...

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To view the properties of an element in the Media window, select the item you want and right-click or select [i] from the Media Toolbar... Elements available for viewing include Media, Papers, Sheets, and forms...

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Options in this dialog box may or may not display, depending on the font selected in the List of used Fonts field...

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Edit RGB Displays the Color RGB Editor dialog box... Move the slider next to the RGB values or click in the numeric display boxes and enter a value between 0 and 255 to alter the color... Click on [OK] once the desired color displays in the [Result] area...

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AppBuilder for VIPP stores font callouts internally as six-character names with unique two-character prefixes... Each font callout must have a unique prefix...

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AppBuilder for VIPP stores font callouts internally as six-character names with unique two-character refixes... Each font callout must have a unique prefix...

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Apply Applies the name entered in the Tray Name field to the tray selected in the List of Tray names field...

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AppBuilder for VIPP uses any combination of ATM, TrueType, and Elixir-generic fonts... When you convert a design to a JDT, you can map fonts to a specific VIPP encoding name... When using Elixir fonts, you should add them to the VIP- FONT... MAP or user-defined mapping table... A modifiable font table is provided in drive:\ELIXIR\PSSTASH\VIPFONT... MAP...

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If a font in the AppBuilder font list has special attributes set (BOLD or ITALIC) and no specific font name exists for it, you can set up the mapping table to recognize the attributes and map them to the correct VIPP key name...

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[Position and Dimension-Horizontal/Absolute]: enter the Fields hori- zontal offset

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