Announcing DataPrompter® 2016:
Fastest, Easiest Document Automation Ever,
Plus Flexible, Fully Automatic Data Formatting

Now the world’s fastest and easiest document automation solution imports data from Excel and Access up to 100 times faster and adds automatic data formatting for unprecedented power and flexibility.

DataPrompter 2016 is compatible with Word 2007 through Word 2016, including 32-bit and 64-Bit versions. It is compatible with 32-Bit and 64-Bit versions of Windows through Windows 10.

DataPrompter 2016 lets you enter dates, times, numeric values, and text values in any valid format for those data types, then automatically displays the entries in the format you specify, regardless of how they were entered. For example, you can enter "Jul 14 2000" or "7-14-2000" or "14-7-2000", and DataPrompter will display the value as "Friday, 14 July 2000" or any other valid date format you specify. Or you can enter "1231.33", and DataPrompter will display the value as "$1,231.33" or any other valid number format you specify. Or you can enter "bill coan" or "BILL COAN" or "bILL cOAN", and DataPrompter will display the value as "Bill Coan" or any other letter case format you specify.

DataField Formatting is completely flexible. You can display the date as "July 14, 2000" in one location within your document and display it as "07/14/2000" in a different location, or you can display it in the same format in all locations. If you're updating two or more documents with the same data, the documents can all display the data in the same format, or each document can display the data in a format (or in multiple formats) most suitable to that document's purpose.

Best of all, to format a DataField you simply click it or right-click it and choose DataPrompter>>Format DataField. Or click it and press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+F.

When creating new DataFields or importing existing DataFields from another document, you can specify the default behavior of DataField Names, to save you from having to manually specify the behavior of each individual name. (But you can still manually specify the behavior in specific cases where you don't want to accept the default.) For more information, click the Help button in the Advanced Options dialog, or click the Help button in the Select Fields to Import dialog.

DataPrompter 2016 is fully backward compatible with earlier versions of DataPrompter, so documents created with earlier versions of DataPrompter continue to work as always. Document Assembly has been streamlined to deliver faster results with fewer mouse clicks. Data imports now occur up to 100 times faster than previously. Despite the increases in speed and power, the program retains the overall look and feel and ease-of-use responsible for its popularity in the first place.

For more information about DataPrompter 2016, click here. To download DataPrompter 2016, click here.

 

Announcing DataPrompter® 2013:
Fastest, Easiest Document Automation Ever,
plus Click-Once Data Integration

The world’s fastest and easiest document automation solution for Microsoft Word is now faster and easier than ever … and dramatically more powerful, too.

Now you can create new documents and update existing documents by clicking through a streamlined wizard-style dialog box. With a single-click of your mouse you can customize a document with data from a database or a spreadsheet (or even from an XML data file, if using an XML-enabled version of Microsoft Word).

Thanks to a faster, friendlier user interface and code optimized for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Word and Windows, now you can update new and existing documents faster than ever. And never has such power been so easy to learn and use, thanks to a new context-sensitive help system and built-in tutorial.

The program’s default configuration incorporates input from a user base that includes more than 19,000 users in 25 countries. Even so, a score of options allows you to reconfigure every aspect of program operation, including the quantity and location of data imported from a database, the ability to update multiple documents with the same data, and the ability to scroll a document while getting prompted for data. Even the width of the DataPrompter dialog box itself can be adjusted if desired.

DataPrompter 2013 is compatible with documents in .doc and .docx format and with all versions of Word from Word 2007 through Word 2015, both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It is compatible with all versions of Windows from Windows 2000 through Windows 7, both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

DataPrompter 2013 is fully backward compatible with earlier versions of DataPrompter, so documents created with earlier versions of DataPrompter continue to work as always. Best of all, despite the vast increases in speed and power, the program retains the overall look and feel and ease-of-use responsible for its popularity in the first place.

 

Office of the President licenses DataPrompter

The United States Government, Office of Administration, Executive Office of the President, has licensed DataPrompter for use with routine documents where format and content are standardized but changes are needed on a daily basis. The DataPrompter software automatically prompts users to enter needed data, then inserts the data into the documents where needed. Later, if the data needs to be changed, the DataPrompter software updates the data accurately and consistently throughout each document or family of documents.

 

DataPrompter 2007 Raises the Bar on Productivity

One of the oldest and most popular add-ins ever created for Microsoft Word has been upgraded for 2007 with a number of new productivity features designed to speed your work and improve the quality of your documents.

DataPrompter 2007 is compatible with Word 2000, Word 2002, and Word 2003, but when used with Word 2007, DataPrompter 2007 fully supports Word's new ribbon interface. (Click the ribbon to see it at full size.)

DataPrompter 2007 now includes an integrated spell check function. Simply fill in the datafields and then choose Spelling.... and let DataPrompter do the rest.

If you've ever wanted to keep a record of all the DataFields in a given document (or the current values of those DataFields), simply open any document or template that contains one or more DataFields, then choose DataPrompter Options and click List DataFields.

Assembling boilerplate items into a new document is as easy as ever, but now you can edit your assembly lists faster than ever, with fewer clicks than before. Also, now you can set the Copies count for a given boilerplate item to zero. Later, if you change your mind, simply reassemble the document and increment the Copies count to one or as many copies as desired.

If you've already set up some DataFields in a document, you can import into a new document as many or as few of them as desired. Simply choose Create/Modify DataField and then choose Import... and select the document that you want to import from. Import a single DataField, all of the DataFields, or as many DataFields as needed.

IMPORTANT! DataPrompter 2007 contains special code to protect your DataPrompter documents against the data-loss bug in Word 2007. (This bug cannot safely be ignored, since it causes Word 2007 to discard characters of data from internal storage locations within your documents.)

DataPrompter 2007 offers full compatibility with Office 2007's new file formats as well as with older Word formats going back to Word 2000. For more information, click here.

 

State of Arizona Attorney General licenses DataPrompter

The State of Arizona Attorney General's Office has licensed DataPrompter for use by more than 900 users. The software will be used for a variety of standardized legal documents to enable users to quickly change variable data throughout each document.

 

Announcing DataPrompter 2003!

Wordsite released DataPrompter 2003 and identified several new features that extend the power of the program while preserving its popular reputation for ease-of-use and a near-zero learning curve.

DataPrompter 2003 now displays a list of all the items included in a document and lets you add or delete items and change the order of items as needed.

As always, DataPrompter 2003 prompts you to update any data that might have changed since the document or template was last used. And now DataPrompter can assemble or reassemble each document as many times as desired, in as many ways as desired, all at the click of a button.

DataFields can now be inserted into a document using a find-text-and-replace-it-with-a-DataField command. This allows existing documents to be converted to DataPrompter-enabled documents with just a few clicks of a mouse. For example, an existing client letter can be converted instantly to a DataPrompter-enabled letter by searching the letter for all instances of the client's name and replacing each instance with a [Client Name] DataField.

The DataPrompter dialog now allows users to import data from an existing document into a new document, so data never has to be rekeyed into a new document. This feature allows as many documents as needed to receive data from a single datasource document. For example, a will, a trust document, and a codicil could all import the client's name and other information from a single Client Data document.

DataPrompter can now run a macro every time the user shows the DataPrompter dialog box. This allows authors to extend the capability of the DataPrompter program. For example, a macro could spellcheck the document every time the user shows the DataPrompter dialog box. This capability requires that the author have minimal familiarity with macros. Users can benefit from the macro without any specialized expertise.