You can export documents to a MS Word DOCX file for sharing, printing or conversion to PDF. To export a DOCX file click File, mouseover Export and click DOCX File...
Then choose the layout and style of the exported documents:
Example Output of the Book Layout:
By default, only the current ReqView document is exported into a DOCX file using the predefined title page, table of content, headers, footers and paragraph styles.
You can select one or more additional export options:
After confirmation of the Export DOCX Options dialog, select an output folder storing the exported DOCX file.
Note: In the WebApp, the exported DOCX file is saved in the browser download folder.
You can create a MS Word DOCX or DOTX template defining your custom title page, document order, header and footer, table of contents, history of changes or paragraph styles.
For example, download the default DOCX template used by the application:
The DOCX/DOTX template must contain one or more ReqView content controls, which are MS Word plain text content controls with a special text, which are replaced by exported project data.
You can insert a ReqView content control as follows:
Show the Developer tab, see how.
Enable Design Mode on the Developer Tab.
Move cursor to the place in the document where you want to insert the content control.
Click on Plain Text Content Control on the Developer tab and type in a content control text:
ReqView.id— export the project identifier
ReqView.user.name— export the name of the current ReqView user
ReqView.user.email— export the email of the current ReqView user
ReqView.user.company— export the company of the current ReqView user
ReqView.date— export the current date, e.g. "2020-02-19"
ReqView.dateTime— export the current date, e.g. "2020-02-19 16:00"
ReqView.document— export data from the current document
ReqView.document.id— export the current document identifier
ReqView.document.name— export the name of the current document
ReqView.document[ID]— export data from the document with the given identifier, for instance
ReqView.document[ID].name— export the name of the document with the given identifier
Optionally, set the content control title to "ReqView" by clicking on Properties on the Developer Tab.
All ReqView documents that you refer to by
ReqView.document[ID] will be exported using the selected Book, Table or Custom layout.
You can insert a ReqView content control into a page header or footer. For instance, output the name of the exported ReqView document on page headers by opening the DOCX template, double clicking on the page header and insert
ReqView.document.name content control as described in the previous section.
You can insert a ReqView content control in Word document properties. For instance, set the current user company name in Company property by opening the DOCX template, clicking File, clicking Info, clicking Properties, choosing Advanced Properties and inserting
ReqView.user.company text in the Company text field.
You can customize the standard paragraph styles for section headings
Heading 2, ...,
For example, enable automatic numbering of section headings, adjust spaces before section headings, and insert a page break before each Heading 1 paragraph.
You can customize the following application specific paragraph styles:
rv-attachment— attachment including images (paragraph)
rv-attribute— custom attribute name (paragraph)
rv-attribute-value— custom attribute value (paragraph)
rv-column— template column name (paragraph)
rv-column-value— template column value (paragraph)
rv-comment— comment text (paragraph)
rv-id— object identifier (character)
rv-label— custom attribute or template column label (character)
rv-link— traceability link (character)
rv-link-group— group of traceability links (paragraph)
rv-text— text description of a document object (paragraph)
rv-text-deleted— text description of a deleted document object (paragraph)
For example, set the font of document object identifiers using
rv-id character style to bold and set the font of custom attribute labels using
rv-label character style to italic.