Export to MS Word, saving to the file and printing the text...

Export to MS Word, saving to a file and printing the document text

Export to MS Word. You can export the whole text of a document or its selected fragment to a text editor document MS Word. To do this, use the toolbar button or the command Copy to Word of the Edit menu item. 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.

Save to file. To save the document text to a file, use the Save As ... command in the File menu. In the window that appears, you need to specify the path to save the file, specify its name and type (rtf or txt). After that, click the Save button.

Print. should set the print settings, select the printer and set the page layout for printing a list of documents. To do this, use the command Print from File system menu or by pressing toolbar.

Print settings jobs are done in the same way as the print settings for the document list.

Links between documents

Modern legislation is a complex system of normative acts, imbued with a huge number of links between documents. Therefore, for a competent, comprehensive solution of a specific legal problem, it is often necessary to analyze a number of documents related to it. In the ConsultantPlus There is a flexible and convenient analytical tool that allows you to carefully study the links of each specific document with other documents of the information array.

Almost in the text of any document in the information array, other documents are mentioned. These obvious links are represented in the form of direct links, which are designed as hypertext links. To jump to the text of any document from the list data, double-click the left mouse button on the name. Return to the list of correspondents or respondents of the original document by clicking, for example, the key Esc or the icon menu.

In addition to the obvious links of the document, there are hidden links. For example, judicial decisions, comments on legislation, consultations of specialists on the application of a specific rule of law. This information will help to comprehensively and in detail consider various solutions to a particular problem. To define hidden links, it is necessary to view the entire information array and select all documents in the texts of which this document or its specific fragment is mentioned (article). To do this manually is difficult, therefore in the system "Consultant Plus" provides a convenient tool for presenting hidden links - back links.

In Fig. 6.59 presents the types of direct and backward references of the document.

Classification of direct and backward references of the document in the

Fig. 6.59. Classification of direct and backward references of the document in the system "ConsultantPlus"

If the document is associated with other documents, then you can see all its links through the link tree, which is called from the text of the document when the icon menu button is pressed .

It should be noted that the link tree can be constructed both for the whole document, and for its fragment, which should be previously highlighted. In this case, when the button is pressed, a menu will appear, in which either Links of the selected section, or Links of the entire document.

The Document Links window (Figure 6.60) consists of two parts. In the left part is a tree of links, where it is represented

Document Link View Window

Fig. 6.60. View of the Document Links window

classification for direct and backward links with a transcript of the legal relationship. For each type of relationship, a list of sections and banks of the information array is presented and the total number of documents in a particular bank that correspond to this type of communication is indicated. The right part displays the list of documents selected in the left bank window.

In addition to the universal way of viewing the links of the analyzed document or its fragment in the form of a link tree, there are other possibilities to get acquainted with the links of the document being viewed.

So the most important links of the document are reflected in the notes in the text of the document.

Information about additional links to the article or its fragment can be obtained with the help of icons located on the fields of the document (Figure 6.61). The bright icon in the right pane allows you to get a list of additional links to the whole document, the bright icon to the left of the title of the article - additional links to the entire article, and a pale - to the paragraph in the margin of which it is set.

Information messages about links located in the text of the document

Fig. 6.61. Information messages about links located in the text of the document

Example 6.20. Construct a tree of links to Art. 139 Official and Commercial Secret Of the US Civil Code.

To do this, you need to do the following:

1. In the Quick Access Toolbar, select the Codecs section.

2. Find the US Civil Code (part one) and enter the text.

3. Go to the Table of Contents tab.

4. By clicking the Find icon, enter the search term 139 & quot ;. Go to the text of art. 139 "Service and commercial secret."

5. Mark the title of the article and click the icon menu button . Select Links of the selected section. The tree-link window for art. 139 of the US Civil Code.

Working with document editors

With every change that is made to the text of the document, its version is created in the system. If you want, by studying the editorial staff, the user can trace the retrospective of the changes in legislation on a certain issue.

You can find and analyze the text of a particular edition using the button in the text in the document. Clicking this button, you can get a list of all created edits of this document (Figure 6.62).

A window with a list of all the document revisions

Fig. 6.62. A window with a list of all document revisions

There are three types of editions in the system:

1) current version - current for the current date of work with the system;

2) Invalid wording - all revisions, previous active version;

3) with changes that did not take effect, - revisions with changes that have not yet entered into force.

The system provides the ability to compare any two versions of the document. To do this, you should mark two edits and click the button (Figure 6.63).

For a quick transition to a version that operates at a certain point in time, the Quick search for edition by date: .... window is available in the system above the editorial list. You can enter the date using the keyboard, or set it using the built-in calendar by clicking the button.

Document Editing Comparison Window

Fig. 6.63. Document Editing Comparison Window

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