We are blessed with amazing clients that are happy to share the experience of their journey working with us. We have a new Case Studies page on our site which will be regularly updated with stories about our engagements with our clients. Click here to have a read.
The Mosmar developers have been working hard lately to integrate iManage Work10 into DocAssist and it is now available in our latest release. For all our wonderful existing clients, please get in touch for the upgrade files. If you are new to DocAssist and would like more information, we’d love to hear from you. Here […]
We are very proud to be sponsoring ALTACon today. Our very own Chris Painter will be presenting his member story which promises to be very entertaining and have you journeying back to the 80s with him #backtothefuture #martymcfly. Please drop by our booth to say hi to Wendy Dias and Chris and discuss all things […]
It’s nearly that time of year again for the Thomson Reuters Elite VANTAGE conference. Held on 10-11 October in Sydney, MOSMAR are again silver sponsors and promise to captivate you all at our session on MatterSphere workflows. As always, we will provide a sugar hit to keep you awake and enthralled. There is always much to learn […]
A new feature in DocAssist as of build 1094 is “Clippings”. We like to think of clippings as an easier and more versatile version of autotexts or building blocks. As you probably know, autotexts and building blocks can only be saved to templates, there’s not many options for organising them, sharing is a pain, and […]
Have you ever tried to open a .CHM file in Windows, and it shows the index but no content? Not exactly HELPful. It had me stumped when checking out the NetDocuments ndOffice extensibility documentation. Well it turns out to be such a simple fix. Right click on the .CHM file, select Properties, then select Unblock. […]
We get a lot of queries about Office 365, and about whether a law firm can use the online version instead of the local applications. It’s an interesting question, and a very interesting answer.
I’ve been having an extremely strange issue with a custom application. Basically the application is a form that displays to the user so they can select some options relating to how they want to print a document in Word. The form then goes off and does a few things with the printer driver and prints […]
It all became a reality when I right-clicked on my solution to add a new project. I thought I had made a mistake. How couldn’t I add a simple setup project after writing all that code? After a minute or two of intense (!) research, I received my answer: “Visual Studio setup projects (vdproj) will […]
Sometimes you need to add a slight pause in your VBA code to make things work properly. Here’s a few ways to do just that.