You can easily see what a template or draft will look like as a finished contract by switching from Full-text editing to Preview mode. This feature is especially useful if the look of your contract is especially important or if you simply would like to know what the contract will look like for the recipients before sending it.
How to enter a preview mode?
When working in a template or a draft, you can switch to preview mode at the top of your document by clicking on the Preview label with a small eye icon next to it. Being in this mode allows you to see what the finished contract will look like.
Note: You cannot edit your draft/template while being in preview mode. To continue editing, you have to click on Create label with a small pencil icon next to it.
Or simply change the toggle of the Full-text editing for your document from off to on.
What can I do in preview mode?
In preview mode, you can see what the Party's details and Signature fields will look like for the recipients when the contract is sent.
In addition, you can test the Editable fields you have added to the body text of your document. You can see how the fields will look like after their default values are updated as required. If the fields must be filled in by the recipients, you can share the draft with them first.
Note: In order to make any changes to the editable fields in your contract, remember to turn the Full-text editing toggle on.
By switching between Create and Preview modes of your drafts, you will be able to test all attributes of Contractbook editor and build a complete idea about the final design of your contract when landing for signatures. If you need more inspiration about constructing a good contract, click here for our tips.
We hope you now feel ready to create your next contract. You are always welcome to reach out to us in our Support chat if you need any help or additional information.
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