Export to MS Word and save to the document list file
Export to MS Word. You can export the entire list of documents received as a result of search or its selected fragment to a text editor document MS Word. To do this, use the button of the icon menu or the command Export to Word of the main menu. As a result of this operation, the program will open the MS Word document and put the selected fragment there.
If you already have an open MS Word document in the session, the system prompts you to select: write the selected text to an already opened document or create a new MS Word document (Figure 6.47).
Fig. 6.47. The Export to Word dialog box
Save to file. The software shell allows you to create files and save texts or fragments of document texts, as well as lists of documents.
To create a file, use the Save As ... command in the File section of the main menu. In the window that appears (Figure 6.48), you need to specify the path for saving the file, specify its name and type. The system allows you to save selected documents in the formats rtf and txt .
Fig. 6.48. View window Save as
If you plan to work with files in the text editor Word, you need to select the file type - *. rtf . After that, use the Save button. With the created file in the future, you can work as a regular text editor file.
In the Save as window, the user can also specify what information should be saved in the file: only the name of the documents or also the document texts, the publication source, notes to the document. To save this additional information, you need to enable the Selected fields mode in the bottom of the Save as window and note what should be saved in the file.
Print a list of documents. Print settings
To print the list of documents, you need to set the print settings, select the printer and set the page layout. To do this, use the Print command of the main menu or the button on the toolbar.
To specify print font options, you can use the Settings command from the Tools menu and then select the Font to print tab.
Documents on the control
In the ATP ConsultantPlus there is an opportunity to put the document on control. When this function is selected, the program automatically checks the documents placed on the control at the login to the system and informs the user about it when changes occur.
If the document is put under control, the system will report changes in it if the following events occur:
• This document will no longer be valid;
• this document will take effect (if a document with a status of "Do not come into force" was placed on the control);
• a document introducing changes to this document was entered in the information bank;
• a new edition of this document was introduced in the information bank;
• a new version of this document has been introduced into the information bank, with changes not yet in force;
• The previously created version of this document with changes that did not take effect became operational.
You can put in control documents from the sections "Legislation", "Bills", "Healthcare legal acts" and Technical norms & quot ;.
You can put the document in control, either in the list of documents or in the text of the document. To do this, click the button on the toolbar or click on the context menu and select the Set to Control (F3) command (Figure 6.49).
All documents submitted for review are automatically placed on the Documents for Control tab in the Favorites window.
Fig. 6.49. Setting a document for control
Checking documents on the control is done by the system automatically after each replenishment of the information array. If you make changes to the document on the control button on the Favorites button, a red lightning image will appear .
When you enter the text of each document in which the changes occurred, an information window appears with a description of the nature of the event that occurred (figure 6.50).
Fig. 6. 50. Reporting changes to the document on the control