We are about ready to roll out new versions of TheFormTool PRO (v2.7) and Doxserá (v2.1) that include a half-dozen powerful new functions for users with sophisticated needs. The central focus of both updates features enhancements to Derived Answers that allow form authors to perform math, including Count, FirstDate, LastDate, Max, Min, Multiply, and Sum calculations on answers that the form has previously computed and stored, such as might be required when needing to sum sublists separately from their parent list. An example is the equity capitalization and ownership tables required in a SEC S-1, where categories of owners or classes of shares need to be accounted for separately. Other examples include lists of real estate that need to be treated differently by jurisdiction, apartment units in different buildings within an apartment complex or portfolio, and catalogs of items segregated by manufacturer or pricing structure.
Category: GeneralBy The Team at TheFormTool