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Assembling data into a document from one or more documents is interactively accomplished, without explicitly referencing the data, by using a layered windowing scheme.
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Implementing Document Assembly Via Layered Windowing
Assembling data into a document from one or more documents is
interactively accomplished, without explicitly referencing the data, by using a
layered windowing scheme.
In existing editing systems, assembling data into a document from one or
more documents is implemented by the user explicitly referencing the data in the
external document. The reference can be either static or live and can be resolved
either in interactive or batch mode. This method is adequate as long as the user
knows ahead of time the exact data to be assembled and has followed the
necessary system requirements to indicate a unique tag for the data. In some
cases, the user may not know that he needs to assemble data from a second
document until he has started editing the first document.
The solution to this problem is to let the user interactively assemble the data
from one document into ano without an explicit reference to the data. While
editing one document, the user can open a window in that document and bring in
a second document that contains the data to be assembled. Once the second
document is in the window, the user can scroll the data within the window until he
locates the data that he wants assembled into the first document. After the data
has been scrolled into view, the user can adjust the size of the window so that
the assembled data fits exactly within the window boundaries.
The advantage of this solution is that the user can m...