Configuring auto-complete text settings 

ClaimMaster also allows you to store  auto-complete entries as part of the boilerplate paragraphs.  When using auto-complete, ClaimMaster will provide you with  "as-you-type" suggestions for the commonly used terms in your documents. Suggestions will appear after four characters are typed into the document.  You can then press "Enter" to bring up a menu that lets you select from a list of suggestions for auto-completing your term name when you type.  In addition, ClaimMaster can complete acronym definitions using the same approach.

You can import terms and acronym definitions into your auto-complete text list from claims and specification, or specify it manually, either in the tool or directly in the ClaimMaster Boilerplate docx file (under "Auto-complete") section.

Configuring Auto-Complete Options

The following options allow you to specify auto-complete preferences in the Settings window:

    1. Press this button to enable/disable auto-completion of defined acronyms and terms in your documents
    2. Press this button to import terms from the current document.  
    3. As part of the import, you can specify whether to import terms from claims, specification, acronym definitions.  Here you can also specify whether to import only multi-word terms to cut down on the overall number of suggestions.
    4. The list of terms appears here.  You can edit//add/remove terms from this list directly in this text window.
    5. Acronyms are defined using [ACRONYM]::[ACRONYM DEFINITION] syntax.  For example, FED::Field Emission Display (FED).  When you want to auto-complete acronyms, preface them with $ symbol, such as $FED or $TCP and ClaimMaster will show auto-completion suggestions for you.
    6. Click this button to save your auto-complete terms.