Modul "Inline files"
An inline file is a document inserted directly into the SMASHDOCs, thus can be downloaded to the user's computer at any time.
A user is able to create, edit and delete as many inline files in the text section as he wants.
To create a new inline file, a user writes text in a text section and then selects “Insert inline file” from the formatting bar or simply inserts an inline file in an empty section.
There the user can define the file by
1. Uploading a new file:
dragging and dropping an file or
selecting an file from his computer
The original file name of each object should be provided. Otherwise, the file upload will not be allowed. Optionally, the user can add a prefix (name of the file type e.g. Annex, File, Attachment etc.) and the description.
2 Selecting an existing file - selecting a file from the inline files that were previously uploaded in the document a user is currently working on.
In the "Select file" window a user can download, edit or delete a file. The file will be downloaded directly to the computer`s "Downloads" folder.
Inline files are shown in the order they were added. But in case a user moves the text section that includes an inline file to another position e.g. above the other text section that itself includes inline files, the numbering of all inline files will be adjusted.
The respective icon depending on the file format e.g. pdf, docx etc is shown in the "Select file" window Image 3 and in the list of inline files to each text section Image 4. In the document itself, inline files with different formats have the same icon.
All inline files inserted in the document can be found under the tab "Table of contents".
Let`s take a look on how this works in practice, respectively in legal industry:
I will have a lien on all of your documents, property, or money in my possession for the payment of all sums due me from you under the terms of this agreement. In addition, I am entitled to a charging lien ensuring that, if I elect, payment to me will come from any money you receive as part of the settlement of the issues in your case. More to this see in .
If the user deletes the inline file from the text directly, only the link to it or all the links, if relevant, will be deleted.
To delete the file itself from the document, a user has to do it from the "Select existing file" window see Image 3.