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Published on Nov 15, 2011
In this training webinar we will discuss the different types of scripts that can be used in Reform Designer's Script Editor. The scripts are entered into the script editor and only applies to the form that you are working with in the Reform Designer. There are three different types of scripts you can use with the Reform Script Editor:
1). Page Process Scripts - Used to modify any form object and is ran once for each page in the data system.
2). Device Scripts - Used to deliver a PDF or TIF image to a selected destination and is only ran once for each print job.
3). Standalone Scripts - Is ran as an application or service.
These scripts are very easy to use and requires little to no training. This training webinar will go through many examples of these scripts and how to apply them to a form.
FabSoft's Reform streamlines business workflow by automating document management and distribution. Reform can capture documents from any host system, a user printing, or from a Ricoh MFP equipped with Modular Object Scanning Technology (MOST). Reform automatically routes them to printers, fax, e-mail and archive systems. Forms can also be printed with TagDoc for control over incoming/outgoing paperwork, or routed to Document Authority Control (DAC) for document approval processes.