Main article: Adding/Removing Links
- Linking: To ensure that information is uniform across the Main Terms, Main Body, Vessel Description and Additional Clauses, link specific fields in the Main Terms and Vessel Description to the Main Body and/or Additional Clauses by right clicking and selecting 'Link Field' in the Main Body or Additional Clauses.
Main article: Adding a New Clause
- Adding clauses: If the Charter Party is missing a required clause, new clauses can be added by clicking 'Add New Clause'.
Main article: Saving and Line Search
- Saving: You may choose to either 'save as draft' or 'save and publish'.
- Line Search: Go to a specific line by inputing the line number in the search field which is located at the top right corner of the editor window.
Main article: Clause Library
- Clause Library: You may search the Clause Library for your desired standard clauses and insert them directly into your Charter Party.
- Auto-number clauses: Click 'Auto Number Clauses' to number the clauses from the clause marked to the end of all the additional clauses. The starting number can be customised.
- Split clauses: Ctrl-S, or right click and select 'Split Clause'.
- Striking text: Main Body - Backspace or delete as in MS Word or any other text-based word editor; Additional Clauses - highlight, right click and select 'Strike Text'
- Spellcheck: The spellcheck feature is an easy and convenient way to locate and correct any mistakes. This is linked to the personal dictionary.
- Moving clauses: New clauses will automatically be inserted at the bottom of all the additional clauses. Clauses can be rearranged by pressing, holding and dragging this button:
- Renaming clauses: To rename clauses, replace 'New Clause' with your intended clause name.
- Import Main Body and Riders: Use this to import all information from another fixture, for example, a proforma. You can search for a suitable fixture to import these from among the fixtures available to you. Do exercise caution as this will overwrite everything in the Main Body and Additional Clauses.