When you first open SpecLink-E, only a few commands are available (active) under the File menu and Ribbon. These tend to be system-wide commands that can only be used when you do not have a project open, so when you open a project, these commands become inactive.
SLE allows you to apply header/footer information as well as custom templates to an individual section that is active in the document window. Just create and apply a specific header/footer (use the “Section #” option in the header/footer dialog); and in the Document Templates, Use For Section drop-down, choose a template from the list.
In word processing sections, you have to make sure each document uses correct page and header/footer settings. In SLE, because settings apply to the entire project, global decisions such as page format, headers and footers, and units of measure only need to be made once–and all sections will use the settings you made.
There are over 32 Requirements Reports you can print in SLE. You add your user paragraphs to these reports by tagging them in the R column. You can also generate reports for tags you create! Click User Tags (Global Data Definitions group, Data tab), then tag paragraphs with this tag in the U column. The print User Defined Tag Reports … Read More