Manage the display of AODocs documents

To configure the display of the different sections on a document, select “Document Classes” (1) and click on the document class you want to configure. Then, open the “Document view configuration” tab (2).

Note: The settings available on this tab are only working on the configurable editor, the document editor by default. The settings are not applied on the legacy editor.

Accessing the “Document view configuration” tab

The first parameter is the orientation of the the document page (3).

Selecting the orientation of the AODocs documents

The documents can have one of the two following displays:

Portrait: the width of the document is set to 850 pixels maximum.

Displaying an AODocs document as a portrait

Landscape: the width of of document is adapted to the browser page.

Displaying an AODocs document as a landscape

An AODocs document has several sections to display the document information.

By default, the order of the section is:

  • Info: displays the library and the class of the document, who created it and when, who did the last update and when.
  • Workflow: shows the current workflow state.
  • Properties: presents the properties defined on the document.
  • Attachments: lists the attachments of the document.
  • Relations: lists the related documents of the current document
  • Description: displays the description

The second option of the tab “Document view configuration” allows you to select which sections you want to display and in which order (4).

Configuring the order of the sections

On the left-hand side (5), you find the sections not displayed on your documents. On the right-hand side (6), you define the sections to display. The order of the section is defined from the top to the bottom.

To manage sections, use arrows (7) to move a section from left to right to add it and from right to left to remove it. Drag & drop is also possible from one side to the other.

Selecting the sections to display

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