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July 26, 2012

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These are some intelligently put levels of document assembly described in this blog. A program based out of the highest level of document assembly is what's best for any firm. But at the same time, I have been using web-based document assembly apps and blown by the workflows of the available tools. Among those, I have found GroupDocs Assembly (http://groupdocs.com/apps/assembly) to be quite intuitive and handy for users. This kind of document automation saves time and effort while being cost-effective at the same time.

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The kind of document assembly that I think is best is a hybrid between the "third level" and the "highest level." The user would enter data into the database like in the third level, but the resulting document doesn't just merge information, but also is logic-based, inserts blocks of text, inserts different-sized tables, adjusts text grammatically automatically (including grammatical changes to the dynamic blocks of text), etc.

I think the interview format described in the highest level of this article, while more user friendly, is less efficient for data entry and therefore less preferable to simply entering data into a database.

Imagine if 100 versions of the same document had to be created, but each had completely different information. Requiring the user to undergo 100 different interviews is not as efficient as entering all the data into the database and just generating the documents based on the data in the database.

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